Palmer-Finney House

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Palmer-Finney House

3405
,
Durham
NC
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3405 Windsor Way, ca. 1953, Contributing Building

One-and-a-half-story Minimal Traditional with side-gabled roof, aluminum and board-and-batten

siding, 8/8 wood windows, interior brick chimney, and enclosed side porch. The 1954 city directory

lists Imperial Tobacco bookkeeper Winfree Palmer and his wife and Sadie on Windsor Way. In 1955,

the Palmers sold this house to Duke physician William H. Finney and his wife June.

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3405
,
Durham
NC
Cross street: 
National Register: 
Neighborhood: 
Type: 

 

3405 Windsor Way, ca. 1953, Contributing Building

One-and-a-half-story Minimal Traditional with side-gabled roof, aluminum and board-and-batten

siding, 8/8 wood windows, interior brick chimney, and enclosed side porch. The 1954 city directory

lists Imperial Tobacco bookkeeper Winfree Palmer and his wife and Sadie on Windsor Way. In 1955,

the Palmers sold this house to Duke physician William H. Finney and his wife June.

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