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    Naylor Collection 1970 57 MAP NUMBER 13 DATE 1887 ORIGINAL OWNER E V Douglas ARCHITECT Theophilus Parsons Chandler CONTRACTOR George Hearst The porch has been removed since John Naylor shot this photograph However 35 Rex Avenue is an almost identical

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    1970 142 MAP NUMBER 14 DATE 1890 ORIGINAL OWNER Dr Radcliff Cheston ARCHITECT Cope Stewardson CONTRACTOR George Roth This stone Queen Anne style dwelling is characteristic of the large comfortable homes constructed in Chestnut Hill and on West Chestnut Hill Avenue in the late 19th century John Naylor took these photographs in different seasons Brockie Hastings architects designed an addition in 1909 The house at 30 West Chestnut Hill Avenue

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    E Chillman ARCHITECT J C Worthington CONTRACTOR Rea Riley The house one of the first on West Chestnut Hill Avenue 121 is located on the left in the photograph MAP NUMBER 15 B DATE 1890 1891 ORIGINAL OWNER A N Elliott ARCHITECT Unknown CONTRACTOR John Hottenstein The house 117 West Chestnut Hill located on right in the photograph was constructed as the stable for 115 West Chestnut Hill Avenue but

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    John Naylor Collection 1970 139 1970 140 MAP NUMBER 16 DATE 1895 ORIGINAL OWNER Edward V Douglas ARCHITECT Mantle Fielding CONTRACTOR William J Gruhler This stone Georgian Revival dwelling is characteristic of many homes that were being constructed in Chestnut Hill late in the 19th century and early in the 20th century The flat deck in the center of the roof topped by a balustrade is a remembrance of the

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    DATE 1891 ORIGINAL OWNER William C Mackie ARCHITECT G W W D Hewitt CONTRACTOR William C Mackie The Hewitt brothers designed extensively in Chestnut Hill for Henry H Houston William Mackie Houston s contractor had this house commissioned for himself It is characteristic of the Philadelphia version of Queen Anne design where the elaborate and fanciful wood ornament is hung on heavy stonewalls The substantial mass and weight of the

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    132 1970 133 click on image to see larger version MAP NUMBER 18 DATE 1902 ORIGINAL OWNER Samuel Goodman Developer ARCHITECT Newman Woodman Harris CONTRACTOR Thomas M Seeds Jr This stucco and timbered Tudor styled dwelling was the home of the photographer John Samuel Naylor and his wife Anna Herbert Albert Naylor It was enlarged in 1904 1917 Brockie Hastings architects and 1925 Arthur H Brockie architect Naylor took many

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    Society John Naylor Collection 1970 34 MAP NUMBER 19 DATE 1877 1878 ORIGINAL OWNER Fredrick A Isphoring ARCHITECT Unknown CONTRACTOR Unknown This dwelling which is now French style began life as a more elaborate Victorian building However alterations in 1901 1905 shown here with its porches still intact and 1912 by Stewardson Page architects in 1921 by Willing Sims architects and 1934 have greatly changed its appearance Note the stone

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    Eyre Jr CONTRACTOR J S Cornell Son This was a very new house when John Naylor captured it on film It was designed later in Wilson Eyre s career when he had changed from a more picturesque approach to the popular Colonial Revival style that had swept the United States However the design still possesses some of the irregular massing that is characteristic of his early work although now in

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