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Built in 1938
2015 South College Ave.

In 1934 a young doctor, Sidney Bradford and his wife, Goldie, traveled to Chicago to visit the World’s Fair that was know as “A Century of Progress”. While there they found the plans for their dream home. The British Colonial home, which featured all the latest technology, was sponsored by Marshall Fields Department Store and was used to showcase their furniture. Upon returning to Tyler, the couple began to construct their home, with the help of local architects, Gregory and Cates. Maurice Shamburger did the original landscape design. Mrs. Bradford, who was an avid gardener, continued to live in the home until shortly before her death in 1999. In 2000, Casey and Kelley Brownlow purchased the home and are diligently working together to improve the property.
Built in 1938
2015 South College Ave.

In 1934 a young doctor, Sidney Bradford and his wife, Goldie, traveled to Chicago to visit the World’s Fair that was know as “A Century of Progress”. While there they found the plans for their dream home. The British Colonial home, which featured all the latest technology, was sponsored by Marshall Fields Department Store and was used to showcase their furniture. Upon returning to Tyler, the couple began to construct their home, with the help of local architects, Gregory and Cates. Maurice Shamburger did the original landscape design. Mrs. Bradford, who was an avid gardener, continued to live in the home until shortly before her death in 1999. In 2000, Casey and Kelley Brownlow purchased the home and are diligently working together to improve the property.
Built in 1938
2015 South College Ave.

In 1934 a young doctor, Sidney Bradford and his wife, Goldie, traveled to Chicago to visit the World’s Fair that was know as “A Century of Progress”. While there they found the plans for their dream home. The British Colonial home, which featured all the latest technology, was sponsored by Marshall Fields Department Store and was used to showcase their furniture. Upon returning to Tyler, the couple began to construct their home, with the help of local architects, Gregory and Cates. Maurice Shamburger did the original landscape design. Mrs. Bradford, who was an avid gardener, continued to live in the home until shortly before her death in 1999. In 2000, Casey and Kelley Brownlow purchased the home and are diligently working together to improve the property.
Built in 1938
2015 South College Ave.

In 1934 a young doctor, Sidney Bradford and his wife, Goldie, traveled to Chicago to visit the World’s Fair that was know as “A Century of Progress”. While there they found the plans for their dream home. The British Colonial home, which featured all the latest technology, was sponsored by Marshall Fields Department Store and was used to showcase their furniture. Upon returning to Tyler, the couple began to construct their home, with the help of local architects, Gregory and Cates. Maurice Shamburger did the original landscape design. Mrs. Bradford, who was an avid gardener, continued to live in the home until shortly before her death in 1999. In 2000, Casey and Kelley Brownlow purchased the home and are diligently working together to improve the property.
 
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