ANN AND ARCHIE OGDEN HOUSE

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ANN AND ARCHIE OGDEN HOUSE

426
,
Durham
NC
Built in
1950
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One-story hip roof Ranch house with German siding below window sills and flush beaded sheathing above. Archie Ogden, a student, was the owner-occupant in 1950.

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426
,
Durham
NC
Built in
1950
Architectural style: 
Construction type: 
National Register: 
Neighborhood: 
Type: 
Use: 

 

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From the National Register nomination form of 2005, completed by M. Ruth Little

One-story hip roof Ranch house with German siding below window sills and flush beaded sheathing above. Paired 2-over-2 horizontal sash windows are set at the corners. Entrance has a brick stoop with metal railing. Interior chimney. At right front is a projecting bedroom wing; at left is a sunroom with original jalousie windows. Archie Ogden, a student, was the owner-occupant in 1950. [1950 CD]

 

Robby Poore, son of Anne and Ray Poore - and grandson of the Van Arsdalls, who lived at 421 Carolina Circle - has posted some fabulous mid-century photos of Carolina Circle, and Durham in general, on his personal Flickr page.  There are several albums (1948194919501950-19541957196719681969, and 1970), many of which contain a multitude of interior and exterior shots of 426 and 421 Carolina Circle.  A few of them include: the front facade, a side exterior, the living room space, the rear alley, and a view front the front door of the now-demolished Apex Street Bridge.  

The following information comes from the City Directories and general web searching:

Year Occupant(s) Occupation(s) Other information
1950 Ann C. Ogden Archie Ogden   student  
1952 Camilla Bittle Claude Bittle   lawyer Claude's office was located at 319 E Chapel Hill St.
1960 Ankie O. Pontious Richard B. Pontious area supervisor   Ankie worked for the Welcome Wagon.
1967 Anne (Van Arsdall) Poore Ray V. Poore   assistant professor Ray worked in the Duke Department of Physics and later at the Los Alamos Scientific Lab.
1971 (unknown)        
1973 Eleanor M. Bradsher   employee   Eleanor worked at the Duke Hotel, presumably the Washington Duke Hotel, which was imploded in 1975.
1976 Carol Hyman Robert E. Hyman, Jr. salesman   Robert worked at Alex Jones Interiors.
1984 Pamela H. Tashjian David N. Tashjian   house staff David worked at Duke University Hospital as a dermatologist.

 

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