2203 Englewood--Holloway-Reed House

2203 Englewood--Holloway-Reed House

2203
,
Durham
NC
Built in
1927
/ Modified in
1950s iron porch columns replaced with wood columns.
Local historic district: 
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2203
,
Durham
NC
Built in
1927
/ Modified in
1950s iron porch columns replaced with wood columns.
Local historic district: 
National Register: 
Neighborhood: 
Type: 
Use: 

 

The home at 2203 Englewood is a period cottage with side gable roof, two front cross gables, interior chimney, 3-over-1 sash window, glazed and paneled door, and vinyl siding. The shed front porch has replacement wrought-iron posts and railings. Shed ca. 1940. Remodeled, front gabled shed with replacement door and vinyl siding.

 

The first occupants of the home were William H. Holloway and his wife Clyde B. Holloway.

Occupation(s): Supt. Durham Public Service Co. Assistant cashier, L. Watts Norton

Dates of Ownership: 1928-1938

Other people who occupied the Holloway House

1938, Frederick J. Reed, instructor, Duke University (m. Grace)

1960, William. P. Yohe, assistant professor, Duke University (m. Virginia W.)

1963, Alton L. DeBruyne, instructor, Durham Industrial Education Center (m. Elizabeth B.)

1982, Agnes W. Stephenson, teacher, Raleigh Public Schools

1989, David K. Booth, clinical research scientist, RTP & Gary L. Ray

 

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