929 Court Street

 

Architecture:

    Style:                        Craftsman Style

    Description:              This is a one and a half story wood frame structure, with brick wall on the first story, cement shingle siding on the second story, and a contoured concrete block foundation.  It has a side gabled roof, with almost full length front and rear shed dormers.  The roof on the front extends down over a full width front porch.  The porch has large square tapered wood columns on brick supports, with wooden railing.

 

Significant Period:

    Construction Date:     1920

    Architect/Builder:       Unknown

    Context:                    The water service turn on date for this property was May 1920.  First listed in the 1921 City Directory, George M. McCormick lived there between 1921 and 1938-39.  George was an agent for Warwick, Niles, & McGregor.  In the 1920’s his wife was listed as Cora E.  In the mid 1930’s his wife was listed as Minnie H.  In 1930 Lon and Sallie May lived with the McCormick’s.  Lon was a painter.  George died by the 1940-41 City Directory, when Minnie H McCormick was listed as a widow.