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West Side Inventory

Abram Kronenfeld House Contributing, ca. 1925. One-story hip roof cottage with a shed roof garage added to east sometime before 1954. Small wing to west also added ca. 1950. Shingle siding, front gable porch with square posts, no balustrade. Two-over-two windows, modern door. Set back from street on
Robert B. Meek House House. Contributing, ca. 1920. One and one-half story Shingle Style cottage with a front gable roof and shed roof dormers on the east and west. Shingle siding, eight-over-one and four-vertical-over-one windows. Engaged corner porch with 2x2 balustrade. Interior brick chimney
Henry P. Wilkinson House House. Contributing, ca. 1920. One-story side gable cottage which appears on Sanborn maps by 1922, with some alterations ca. 1940. Shed roof additions to west and rear. Stone veneer walls with beaded mortar joints which were done in the early 1940s. Front gable entry stoop
Odell Brock House House. Contributing, ca. 1920. One-story side gable, L-plan cottage with a metal roof, asbestos shingles, and wood shingles in gable ends. Attached shed roof porch has double posts on stuccoed piers. Central chimney is capped. Two-over-two windows. Low stone retaining wall. Odell
George B. Edwards House Contributing, ca. 1920. Two-story Four Square house with a hip roof and central brick chimney. Original weatherboard siding. One-story wing at rear, and a small addition at northwest corner. Wraparound porch, enclosed on east side, with an addition to the east. Porch details
Charles W. Orton House Contributing, ca. 1920. One-story bungalow with a hip roof and vinyl siding. Attached front porch with replacement posts and balustrade. Small porch at rear, southeast corner, has been enclosed. One-over-one windows; single-light-over-three-panel door. Charles W. Orton, a
Roy Bass House Contributing, ca. 1920. One-story hip roof bungalow which appears to be a reverse floor plan of the Orton House. This house still retains its original form and massing, but has some alterations as compared to the Orton House, including a replacement multi-light window on the
Florence Bussell House Contributing, ca. 1925. One-story bungalow with cross gable roof, exposed rafter ends, and German siding. Wraparound porch with square posts on brick piers, 2x2 balustrade, knee braces. Exterior end chimney; multi-light-over-large pane windows at front, four-vertical-over-one