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The historic district includes the following significant structures:

Armour Boulevard

501 East Armour Boulevard—1912—architect: E.P. Madorie—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival brick and frame house
633 East Armour Boulevard—1903—architect: Shepard & Farrar—2 1/2-story frame and cut stone house
721 East Armour Boulevard—1905—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house

Campbell Street

3510 Campbell Street—1910—2 1/2-story Vernacular house with Craftsman detailing
3514 Campbell Street—1905—2 1/2-story Romanesque Revival house with circular tower with crenelated cornice
3522 Campbell Street—1908—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3524 Campbell Street—1903—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and clapboard house
3530 Campbell Street—2 1/2-story Queen Anne frame house with hexagonal bay
3533 Campbell Street—1909—architect: E.P. Madorie—2 1/2-story frame house with cut stone at the corner
3534 Campbell Street—1901—2 1/2-story Victorian frame and clapboard house with classical details
3535 Campbell Street—1909&mdas;2 1/2-story frame, brick and shingle house with hip roof
3537 Campbell Street—1910—architect: J.C. Wright—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stone and stucco house with large three sided bay on third story
3540 Campbell Street—1911—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival house with decorative wood trim

3601 Campbell Street—1906—2-story modified Colonial Revival frame, brick and shingle house
3604 Campbell Street—1901—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house sheathed in cut stone
3607 Campbell Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and brick house—Building permit July 1, $6,500
3608 Campbell Street—1897—2 1/2-story Queen Anne frame house
3611 Campbell Street—1910—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and clapboard house
3615 Campbell Street—1910—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and clapboard house
3618 Campbell Street—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house with two story temple front entrance
3624 Campbell Street—1904—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and shingle house
3625 Campbell Street—1905—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and clapboard house
3626 Campbell Street—1905—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and clapboard house
3631 Campbell Street—1905—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and clapboard house
3632 Campbell Street—1906—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame, cut stone and clapboard house
3633 Campbell Street—1903—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and clapboard house
3635 Campbell Street—1902—2 1/2-story Greek Revival frame house
3640 Campbell Street—1907—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame, rough cut stone and shingle house with Bernacular influence
3641 Campbell Street—1921—2 1/2-story Greek Revival frame house
3643 Campbell Street—1906—2 1/2-story Greek Revival frame, cut stone and stucco house
3644 Campbell Street—1908—1 1/2-story frame, cut stone and shingle house
3647 Campbell Street—1909—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house with half-timbers
3648 Campbell Street—1910—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and clapboard house
3651 Campbell Street—1909—1909—2 1/2-story modified Bungalow frame and stucco house
3652 Campbell Street—1912—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and clapboard house
3654 Campbell Street—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stone and shingle house
3655 Campbell Street—1909—architect: E.P. Madorie—Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3659 Campbell Street—1911—2 1/2-story modified Bungalow frame, brick and stucco house
3661 Campbell Street—1907—1 1/2-story frame and cut stone house with three dormers in front roof slope and bell cast gable roof
3741 Campbell Street—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and brick house with projecting hip roof
3743 Campbell Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and cut stone house with projecting two-story bay
3800 Campbell Street—1907—architect: Wilder and Wight—2-story Prairie School frame, cut stone and stucco house
3801 Campbell Street—1909—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and stucco house
3805 Campbell Street—1909—2 1/2-story modified Colonial Revival frame, cut stone and stucco house with gambrel roof
3808 Campbell Street—1907—2 1/2-story frame, cut stone and shingle house with gambrel roof
3809 Campbell Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and clapboard house with stucco and half timber gable
3815 Campbell Street—1907—architect; L.V. Middaugh—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house with hip roof
3817 Campbell Street—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and shingle house
3820 Campbell Street—1908—architect: S.R. Frink—2-story modified Gothic Revival frame and brick house
3821 Campbell Street—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house
3825 Campbell Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and cut stone house—Building permit July 1, $4,500
3828 Campbell Street—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house with Palladian window
3829 Campbell Street—1922—architect: Robert E. Penden, Co.—2-story frame and brick duplex with Colonial Revival details
3833 Campbell Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house
3837 Campbell Street—1913—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and stucco house
3840 Campbell Street—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and shingle house
3841 Campbell Street—1908—2 1/2-story frame, cut stone and shingle house
3842 Campbell Street—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stone and shingle house with bell cast gable
3846 Campbell Street—1908—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival cut stone and stucco house with Prairie School styling

Charlotte Street

3516 Charlotte Street—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house with bellcast cast gable roof
3517 Charlotte Street—1911—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival brick and frame house with large projecting front dormer
3523 Charlotte Street—1905—1905—Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3524 Charlotte Street—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and brick house
3529 Charlotte Street—1904—Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3530 Charlotte Street—architect: Shepard, Farrar, and Wiser—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3534 Charlotte Street—1909—frame, stone and stucco house
3535 Charlotte Street—1898—2 1/2-story shingle house
3541 Charlotte Street—1909—architect: Shepard & Farrar—2 1/2-story house with gambrel roof

3600 Charlotte Street—1905—2 1/2-story frame and brick house with classical decorative elements
3601 Charlotte Street—1911—architect: shepard, Farrar & Wiser—Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3608 Charlotte Street—19047mdash;2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house
3612 Charlotte Street—1904—2 1/2-story Vernacular house
3616 Charlotte Street—1905—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house with bell cast gable roof
3617 Charlotte Street—1911—Colonial Revival frame and brick house with large entrance portico
3620 Charlotte Street—1905—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and shingle house
3621 Charlotte Street—1904—Vernacular frame and brick house
3625 Charlotte Street—1904—Vernacular frame, cut stone and stucco house
3626 Charlotte Street—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and shingle house
3628 Charlotte Street—1907—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame, cut stone and shingle house
3630 Charlotte Street—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house
3631 Charlotte Street—1909—architect: F.E. Danielson—Vernacular frame house
3632 Charlotte Street—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house with bell cast gable roof
3633 Charlotte Street—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house with bell cast gable roof
3637 Charlotte Street—1908—architect: C.E. Shepard—2 1/2-story frame house with gambrel roof
3638 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house with bell cast gable roof
3939 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house with bell cast gable roof
3642 Charlotte Street—1908—architect: Edwards & Sunderland—2 1/2-story Vernacular house with Palladian window
3643 Charlotte Street—1910—Vernacular frame house with half-timbers
3646 Charlotte Street—1909—Vernacular frame house with bay window
3647 Charlotte Street—1910—Colonial Revival house wiht stone first story and stucco second story
3651 Charlotte Street—1909—architect: F.H. Michaelis—Colonial Revival
3653 Charlotte Street—1910—2 1/2-story frame and stucco house
3659 Charlotte Street—1907—2 1/2-story frame and stucco house wiht half-timber decoration

3648 Charlotte Street—1911—2 1/2-story Vernacular house with sleeping porch addition on second story
3650 Charlotte Street—1907—2 1/2-story frame and shingle house
3652 Charlotte Street—1908—architect: J.W. McKecknie—2 1/2-story Western Stick house with cut stone first story, shingle second and third and brackets used under projections
3826 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house
3828 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and shingle house with bell cast gable roof and Palladian window
3834 Charlotte Street—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and shingle house
3838 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story modified Prairie School frame and stucco house
3842 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house with bell cast gable roof
3846 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house
3848 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and stucco house
3849 Charlotte Street—1908—2-story Prairie School frame house
3852 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house
3857 Charlotte Street—1908—architect: S.R. Frink—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and shingle house
3860 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stucco and cut stone house—Building permit July 1, $3,500
3862 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and weatherboard house with hip roof
3866 Charlotte Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stucco and cut stone house
3869 Charlotte Street—1908—architect: S.R. Frink—2 1/2-story frame, brick and clapboard house
3870 Charlotte Street—1907—2 1/2-story frame, brick and stucco half-timber house

Cherry Street

3515 Cherry Street—1908—architect: C.E. Closser—2 1/2-story Shirtwaist frame and clapboard house
3516 Cherry Street—1906—2 1/2-story frame Vernacular house
3517 Cheery Street—1909—2 1/2-story frame Vernacular house with rough cut stone first story and shingle second story
3521 Cheery Street—1914—2 1/2-story frame and stucco house
3520 Cherry Street—1910—2 1/2-story frame Vernacular house with decorative shingles
3522 Cherry Street—1921—2-story frame and brick house with Neo-classical detailing
3526 Cheery Street—1916—architect: H.W. Underhill—2-story frame house
3530 Cherry Street—1910—architect: Root & Siemens—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house
3534 Cherry Street—1921—architect: C.M. Jesperson—2-story brick apartments with stone detailing
3538 Cheery Street—1922—architect: C.M. Jersperson—2 1/2-story brick and frame apartments with stucco and half-timber in gable

Gillham Road

3507-13 Gillham Road—1916—3-story brick apartment building with Neo-classical decoration
3512 Gillham Road—1906—2 1/2 story Vernacular brick and stucco house
3521 Gillham Road—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular stone and shingle house

3605 Gillham Road—1888—2 1/2-story frame and brick house

3701 Gillham Road—1907—2 1/2-story brick Colonial Revival house
3719 Gillham Road—1910—architect: S.H. Kurfiss & H.I. Goddard—2 1/2-story stucco house
3733 Gillham Road—1907—architect: S.H. Kurfiss & H.I Goddard—Colonial Revival brick house

3821 Gillham Road—architect: J.C. Braecklein&2 1/2-story brick and frame house

Gleed Terrace

716 Gleed Terrace—1908—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and clapboard house
720 Gleed Terrace—1909—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and cut stone house
810 Gleed Terrace—1922—architect: Clarence E. Shepard—2-story Prairie School frame, cut stone and stucco house
816 Gleed Terrace—1908—2 1/2-story modified Colonial Revival frame and cut stone house

Harrison Boulevard

3504 Harrison Boulevard—1897—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house (demolished)
3505 Harrison Boulevard—1904—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and brick house with Classical details
3506 Harrison Boulevard—1897—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and stucco house with bell cast gable roof
3516 Harrison Boulevard—1904—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house with shingle style gable
3518 Harrison Boulevard—1908—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house with stone quoining
3521 Harrison Boulevard—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and brick house—building permit July 15, $8,000
3522 Harrison Boulevard—1904—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house with half timber detailing
3525 Harrison Boulevard—1908—architect: Shepard & Farrar—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3526 Harrison Boulevard—1910—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame, stone and stucco house
3529 Harrison Boulevard—1909—2 1/2-story frame, cut stone and shingle house with half-timbers
3530 Harrison Boulevard—1911—architect: F.C. Gunn—2 1/2-story frame and cut stone house
3533 Harrison Boulevard—1910—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and stucco house
3537 Harrison Boulevard—1910—architect: J.H. Martling—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and stucco house
3538 Harrison Boulevard—1907—architect: J.W. McKecknie—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3541 Harrison Boulevard—1908—2 1/2-story frame, cut stone and stucco house

3600 Harrison Boulevard
3601 Harrison Boulevard—1915—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and stucco house
3614 Harrison Boulevard—1906—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame, brick and clapboard house
3620 Harrison Boulevard—1907—2 1/2-story modified Classic Revival frame, cut stone and shingle house
3621 Harrison Boulevard—1910—architect: C.B. Sloan—2-story Colonial Revival frame, cut stone and brick house
3624 Harrison Boulevard—1908—2 1/2-story classic Revival frame, brick and clapboard house with temple front
3628 Harrison Boulevard—2 1/2-story frame and stucco house
3629 Harrison Boulevard—1909—architect: Edward Sunderland—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and stucco house
3632 Harrison Boulevard—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stone and shingle house with wooden brackets under eaves
3633 Harrison Boulevard—1909—architect: Smith, Rea & Lovett—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and stucco house with half-timbers
3636 Harrison Boulevard—1908—architect: Charles A. Smith—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house
3939 Harrison Boulevard—1910-11—architect: Keene & Simpson—Prairie School frame, brick and stucco house
3640 Harrison Boulevard—1909—2 1/2-story frame, brick and stucco house with half-timber detailing
3643 Harrison Boulevard—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stone and shingle house
3646 Harrison Boulevard—1908—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and weatherboard house
3647 Harrison Boulevard—1911—architect: V.A. Weaver—2 1/2-story frame, stone and stucco house with Victorian Gothic woodwork
3653 Harrison Boulevard—1905—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame,stone and shingle house
3659 Harrison Boulevard—1912—architect: George Carman—2 1/2-story frame and brick house with decorative wood trim
3665 Harrison Boulevard—1909—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stone and stucco house with half-timbers
3669 Harrison Boulevard—1905—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stucco and shingle house

3707 Harrison Boulevard—1910—architect: Shepard, Farrar & Wiser—2-story Prairie School frame dn rough cut stone house
3711 Harrison Boulevard—1909—architect: C.E. Shepard—2 1/2-story frame, stone and stucco house with half-timbers
3715 Harrison Boulevard—1913—architect: Shepard & Belcher—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and stucco house with some Prairie School influence
3717 Harrison Boulevard—1911—2 1/2-story Georgian Revival frame and cut stone house with 2-story entrance portico
3738 Harrison Boulevard—1905—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house
3740 Harrison Boulevard—1905—2-story frame and brick duplex with Classical detail
3743 Harrison Boulevard—1912—architect: C.B.Sloan—2 1/2-story frame, cut stone and stucco house with wood trim and brackets
3744 Harrison Boulevard—1905—2-story frame and brick duplex with Classical detail

3800 Harrison Boulevard—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stone and clapboard house
3804 Harrison Boulevard—1914—architect: J.M. Cheathan—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and stucco house
3810 Harrison Boulevard—1909—2 1/2-story frame, cut stone and stucco house with half-timbers
3814 Harrison Boulevard—1909—2 1/2-story modified Bungalow frame, cut stone and stucco house
3817 Harrison Boulevard—1909—2 1/2-story Classical Revival frame, cut stone and clapboard house with 2-story entrance portico with Corinthian columns
3820 Harrison Boulevard—1908—architect: E.P. Madorie—2 1/2-story frame, tone and shingle house with eaves brackets
3821 Harrison Boulevard—1907—2 1/2-story frame, rough cut stone and shingle house with craftsman influence
3824 Harrison Boulevard—1907—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame, cut stone and shingle house
3827 Harrison Boulevard—1911—architect: E.P. Madorie—2 1/2-story frame, stone and stucco house with craftsman influence
3828 Harrison Boulevard—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and shingle house with bell cast gable roof
3829 Harrison Boulevard—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stone and shingle house
3831 Harrison Boulevard—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, stone and shingle house
3835 Harrison Boulevard—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular house with craftsman influence
3837 Harrison Boulevard—1908—2 1/2-story frame, stone and shingle house with craftsman influence
3838 Harrison Boulevard—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, clapboard and shingle house with double height front porch and Palladian window
3839 Harrison Boulevard—1909—frame, brick and clapboard house with craftsman influence
3840 Harrison Boulevard—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and shingle house with classical details

Holmes Street

3516 Holmes Street—1904—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house with stone first story and shingle second story
3517 Holmes Street—1908—2 1/2-story frame and cut stone house
3519 Holmes Street—1904—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house
3520 Holmes Street—1906—2 1/2-story stone and wood shingle frame house with twin gambrel roofs
3521 Holmes Street—1906—2 1/2-story frame and brick house with stone detailing and Palladian window
3530 Holmes Street—1906—2 1/2-story frame Vernacular house with 2-story hexagonal tower

3600 Holmes Street—1926—2 1/2-story frame and brick half-timber house
3615 Holmes Street—1897—1 1/2-story frame house with rough cut stone first story and shingle second story
3616 Holmes Street—1912—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3622 Holmes Street—1906—architect: Wilder & Wright—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival brick and frame house
3624 Holmes Street—1909—architect: R. Graves—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame, cut stone and stucco house
3625 Holmes Street—1909—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and stucco house
3627 Holmes Street—19009—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and shingle house
3628 Holmes Street—1906—2 1/2-story modified Colonial Revival frame and stucco house
3630 Holmes Street—1908—architect: C.W. Lovitt—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival brick and frame house—Building permit July 15, $4,300
3634 Holmes Street—1908—Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3635 Holmes Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house; building permit July 15, $4,500
3637 Holmes Street—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house with bell cast gable roof
3641 Holmes Street—1909—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, cut stone and stucco house
3644 Holmes Street—1906—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival brick and frame house with half-timber decoration

3700 Holmes Street—1915—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, brick and stucco house
3701 Holmes Street—1906—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house with bell cast gable roof
3703 Holmes Street—1907—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house with bell cast gable roof
3704 Holmes Street—1909—2 1/2-story frame, brick and stucco house with half-timber detailing
3707 Holmes Street—1909—2 1/2-story frame house with half-timber detailing
3708 Holmes Street—1922—2 1/2-story frame and stucco house
3711 Holmes Street—1908—2 1/2-story frame and stucco house
3712 Holmes Street—1922—2 1/2-story frame and stucco house
3717 Holmes Street—1908—architect: A. Wiser, 1 1/2-story bungalow
3718 Holmes Street—1911—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and stucco house
3720 Holmes Street—1912—2 1/2-story frame and stucco house
3721 Holmes Street—1906—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and shingle house
3724 Holmes Street—1924—2-story frame and shingle house
3727 Holmes Street—1909—architect: Selby H. Kurfiss—2 1/2-story French Norman frame and stucco house with tile roof
3728 Holmes Street—1924—architect: C.M. Jesperson—2 1/2-story Prairie School frame and brick house

3863 Holmes Street—1908—architect: Thomas E. Wight—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and brick house
3867 Holmes Street—1908—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame, cut stone and stucco

Kenwood Avenue

3512 Kenwood Avenue—1906—2 1/2-story Vernacular brick and clapboard house
3519 Kenwood Avenue—1908—2 1/2-story Shirtwaist frame house—Building permit July 1, $4,000
3520 Kenwood Avenue—1911—2 1/2-story frame house with cut stone first story and stucco and half-timber upper stories
3521 Kenwood Avenue—1913—2 1/2-story fame and stucco house
3524 Kenwood Avenue—1903—2 1/2-story frame house
3527 Kenwood Avenue—1908—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame and stone house
3530 Kenwood Avenue—1910—2 1/2-story frame house
3533 Kenwood Avenue—1911—architect: J.E. Biles—2 1/2-story frame house faced with cut stone

Locust Street

3511 Locust Street—1912—architect: J.W. McKecknie—2 1/2-story stone and shingle house with intersecting crossed goveis
3517 Locust Street—1909—architect: R.N. Tibbets—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival brick and frame house
3519 Locust Street—1910—2-story Colonial Revival frame and stucco house
3520 Locust Street—1905—2 1/2-story Vernacular stone and clapboard house
3523-25 Locust Street—1910—2 1/2-story vernacular frame and stucco house
3524 Locust Street—1905—2 1/2-story stone and shingle house
3526 Locust Street—1909—Colonial Revival frame and stucco house
3529 Locust Street—1906—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame, clapboard and brick house
3530 Locust Street—1907—2 1/2-story brick and stucco house
3533 Locust Street—1909—2 1/2-story frame and brick house

3608 Locust Street—1888—2 1/2-story Queen Anne frame house
3609 Locust Street—1913—architect: H.I. Goddard—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house
3621-23 Locust Street—1910—frame and stucco house with gambrel roof
3625 Locust Street—1907—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame house
3627 Locust Street—1907—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame, shingle and brick house
3630 Locust Street—19009—architect: Shepard & Farrar—2 1/2-story Vernacular brick and stucco house with half-timber
3632 Locust Street—1888—2 1/2-story shingle house
3633 Locust Street—1909—2-story frame Garrison Colonial Revival house
3641 Locust Street—1907—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame house

3701 Locust Street—1922—2 1/2-story frame and clapboard house
3706 Locust Street—1920—A.B. Anderson—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival brick and frame house
3716 Locust Street—1923—2 1/2-story frame house
3723-25 Locust Street—1926—2-story frame and stucco duplex with half-timber ornamentation
3729-31 Locust Street—1926—2 1/2-story frame and stucco duplex with decorative half-timber
3735 Locust Street—1926—2 1/2-story frame and stucco duplex
3741 Locust Street—1924—modified Colonial Revival frame and brick duplex
3745 Locust Street—1924—architect: F. R. Stuhl—2-story frame and brick duplex

3800 Locust Street—1918—architect: A.B. Anderson—2 1/2-story brick and frame house
3816 Locust Street—1916—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and stone house
3826 Locust Street—1915—architect: A.B. Anderson—2 1/2-story modified Colonial Revival brick and frame house

Manheim Road

709 Manheim Road—1929—1 1/2-story Tuder frame and cut stone house
711 Manheim Road—1914—architect: Owen & Payson—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house with 2-story columned entrance portico
715 Manheim Road—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and clapboard house
717 Manheim Road&mdsah;1908—architect: E.P. Madorie (remodeled the house in 1921)—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival house
737 Manheim Road—1907—Colonial Revival frame and brick house
743 Manheim Road—1908—Vernacular frame and cut stone house
900 Manheim Road—1909—architect: S.R. Frink—2 1/2-story frame and stucco half-timber house

Thirty-sixth Street

401 East 36th Street—1909—architect: James C. Stewart—2 1/2-story stucco house
412 East 36th Street—1901—2 1/2-story Vernacular stone and shingle house
416 East 36th Street—1901—architect: Root & Siemens—2 1/2-story frame and stone house
419 East 36th Street—1908—architect: Frank E. Trask—2 1/2-story frame and stone house
500 East 36th Street—1909—architect: Louis S. Curtiss—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and brick house
501 East 36th Street—1914—2 1/2-story frame and brick house
600 East 36th Street—1892—2 1/2-story Victorian Romanesque stone and brick house
616 East 36th Street—1892—2 1/2-story frame and shingle house
622 East 36th Street—1899—2 1/2-story frame house with wrap-around porch and Palladian window
628 East 36th Street—1899—2 1/2-story Vernacular frame house
642 East 36th Street—1905—architect: Root & Siemens—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and cut stone house 700 East 36th Street—1921—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival frame and clapboard house
720 East 36th Street—1906—2 1/2-story frame and brick house with Arts & Crafts detail
900 East 36th Street—1908—2 1/2-story modified Colonial Revival frame, cut stone and shingle house

Thirty-seventh Street

417 East 37th Street—1908—architect: Root &Siemens—2 1/2-story Colonial Revival stone house
420 East 37th Street—1910—2 1/2-story stone and stucco house with half-timbers