813 CLEVELAND ST.
References in the 1891 deed of trust between Samuel Linton Leary and Mr. H. J. Webb for the Leary-Colletta House next door indicate that 813 Cleveland Street at that time was owned and occupied by S. T. Holloway, who probably had it built in the 1880s. The two- story, one-room-deep main block of the house with a triple-A roofline is enlarged with a two-story hip-roofed wing across the rear and two one-story gable-roofed rear ells. J. W. Hutchins succeeded Holloway here around the turn of the century. Hutchins was a butcher at the City Market until the late 1910s when he became vice president of City Ice and Coal; he died in the early 1920s.