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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.
Supporting Documentation
 TitleDescription
Oden-Broussard House207-209 Rusk St
Oran and Mayde Lowry House2518 Old Bullard Rd.
Morrell-Pinkerton House415 E. Charnwood St
Moses P. Timms House704 W. Oakwood St.
Pollard House801 Troup Hwy
Ramsour House504 E. Charnwood St
Page-Patterson House210 Mockingbird Ln
Patterson House1311 W Oakwood St
Moore Home409 Sunny Ln
Martin-Edwards Home404 Sunny Ln
Mathis-Albertson House823 S. Palace Ave
Lindsey-Owen House902 S. College Ave
Martha Watson Home422 Sunny Ln
McKinney House1503 S. College Ave
McMurrey-Rogers House310 W. 6th St
McCrod-Blackwell House1320 N. Bois D'Arc Ave
McDonald Home421 Sunny Ln
Walker-Skorkowsky House1619 S. College Ave
White House116 Lindsey Ln
Ulmer House1608 S. Chilton Ave
Virginia and R. K. Bonner House826 Robertson Ave
Witherup House212 W. Dobbs St
Woldert House604 Woldert St
Whitney-Farrell House201 Rusk St
Willett-Bryant House621 S. Fannin Ave
Tunnell-Robinson House206 Mockingbird Ln
Roy G. Robertson Farmhouse204 Lindsey Ln
Saleh-Witt House1208 S. College Ave
Robinson-Perry House1508 S. Wall Ave
Rowland-Swann House141 Rowland PI
Swann-Bass House215 W. 2nd St
Thomas Jefferson Sr. and Annie Mae Givens House2209 Grand Ave
Schoenburn House505 W. 3rd St
Spence House418 W. 8th St
Bradford House2015 S. College Ave
Browning-Garret Home416 Sunny Ln
Boren House806 S. Broadway Ave
Bracken House1404 S. Chilton Ave.
Campbell-Richardson House922 S. College
Charles L. & Nellie Parker House400 E. Charnwood St
Brown-Shaw House223 E. 2nd St
Burke-Heines House1616 S. Chilton Ave
Bonner House625 S. Vine Ave
Azalea Cottage551 Park Heights Cir
Baker Lucas House2217 S. Chilton Ave
Albert and Lillian Brown House209 W. 7th St
Allen-Wiley House1615 S. Chilton Ave
Bergfeld-Cooper House324 W. 3rd St
Birdsong House518 Mockingbird Ln
Barbara Hart Home428 Sunny Ln
Barton-Vanderpool House440 S. Vine Ave
Hillsman-Edson-Wiley House627 S. Fannin Ave
Holt House709 S. Bois D'Arc Ave
Hanson-Cooper House412 E. Charnwood St
Harber-Finlayson-Ashworth House1312 S. Chilton Ave
James House322 W. 5th St
Lindsey House416 E. Charnwood St
Isabelle and Lester Smith House 434 S Chilton Ave
Jack and Margaret Shepard Duplex415 Sunny Ln
Fair House1505 Robertson Ave
Connally-Musselman House700 S. Broadway Ave
Douglas-Holland-Pollard318 S. Fannin Ave
Childers House625 W. Dobbs St
Cochran-Ramey House1816 S. College Ave
Edwards Home405 Sunny Ln
Emma & George S McGhee, Sr. House526 W. Houston St
East Ferguson Historic District423-513 East Ferguson Street
Edelman-Richardson-Carrol House1819 S. Chilton Ave.
 
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