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James R. Smith House, 1401 Euclid Avenue, Saint Louis, St. Louis City County, MO



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B&W Photos

HB719857
View Of East Front

HB719858
View Of North And East Facades

HB719859
View Of North And West Facades

HB719860
View Of Main Entrance And Archway

HB719861
Interior Detail Of Tile In Entrance

HB719862
Interior Detail Of Bedroom Door

HB719863
Interior Detail Of Parquet Floor In Former Living Room


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Location
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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS MO-60-P
Building/structure dates: 1891 initial construction
Significance: The Kingsway Center Area is locally significant for its architectural significance as an important representative illustration of neighborhood development and urban vernacular building traditions in late nineteenth-century St. Louis. The J.R. Smith House is one of the buildings in the area that contributes to a potential historic district. Original Use: single-family residence.

Related Names
Silva, Louis


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW OF EAST FRONT
2. VIEW OF NORTH AND EAST FACADES
3. VIEW OF NORTH AND WEST FACADES
4. VIEW OF MAIN ENTRANCE AND ARCHWAY
5. INTERIOR DETAIL OF TILE IN ENTRANCE
6. INTERIOR DETAIL OF BEDROOM DOOR
7. INTERIOR DETAIL OF PARQUET FLOOR IN FORMER LIVING ROOM


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