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    the property This is a sweet rustic lane which in its wildness appears to be far away from the rush of city life with its madding crowd There is a beautiful spring on this property near the lane There are two basins to contain the water and a country path and a miniature waterfall are striking points in the landscape while overhanging trees add beauty to the scene A stream

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    John Story Jenks ARCHITECT Theophilus Parsons Chandler CONTRACTOR Unknown Theophilus P Chandler made alterations in 1903 for Alice P Earl Horace W Seller Jr architect designed an addition for Mrs Earl in 1913 Another house owned by John Story Jenks

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    stone residence built in 1885 by George I Bodine head of banking firm of Bodine Altemus Co is a comfortable home in Chestnut Hill on part of the Hildebrun estate with a grand commanding view of the White Marsh Valley One of several homes in Chestnut Hill that had an open porch on top of a tower so that the owners might take advantage of the views and breezes A

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    DATE 1885 1888 ORIGINAL OWNER J Rodman Paul ARCHITECT Unknown CONTRACTOR Unknown DEMOLISHED 1926 1945 The home of Mr J Rodman Paul stood on the north side of West Sunset Avenue beside the Bodine house demolished see 1970 47 In

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    the late 19th century The two story portico with Chinese fret work railing on left side of the house roof dormers cupola and end porches were adapted from Washington s Virginia home Mt Vernon Edward Hazlehurst architect Brockie Hastings architects and Mantle Fielding architect performed alterations on the house for T H Dixon in 1901 1910 and 1911 respectively In 1922 Carroll S Tyson Jr hired Edmund B Gilchrist architect

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    OWNER Unknown ARCHITECT Unknown CONTRACTOR Unknown Known as The Squirrels this three story stucco dwelling perched on the edge of the Wissahickon gorge has gone through many transformations A succession of alterations in 1894 1897 1900 and 1902 brought it into the form that Naylor captured with his camera by 1910 The Naylor photograph 87 1970 109 shows the same house with an addition to the north A greenhouse was

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    for larger version photograph from Chestnut Hill Historical Society John Naylor Collection 1970 127 MAP NUMBER Not Applicable DATE c 1903 1910 Rittenhouse Square Center City Philadelphia Home Introduction Biography

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    Historical Society John Naylor Collection 1970 38 1970 39 MAP NUMBER 79 DATE Unknown ORIGINAL OWNER Unknown ARCHITECT Unknown CONTRACTOR Unknown DEMOLISHED 1936 This house was on a large estate between Waterman Street Germantown Avenue Crefeld Street and Sunset Avenue

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