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									NPS Form 10-900-a                                                                                      OMB Approval No. 1024-0018
(8-86)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Continuation Sheet
West Philadelphia Streetcar Suburb Historic District, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Section number Inventory Page 77
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                                                    LOCUST STREET

                                                 4000 block Locust Street

         Street: Asphalt
         Sidewalks: Concrete except for bricks at 4019, 4021
         Curbs: Granite

         4019-4045 Locust St.

         Clarence Clark, developer
         John McCloskey, builder
         c.1873

         Fourteen, three-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne, rowhouses in the AAAABBAAAABBBB pattern.
         Distinguishing features of A)iron fence, front yard, paired porches, flattened gothic arches over window
         and door openings, flattened gothic arch window sash (4031), decorative brick belt courses, corbelled
         brick cornice, paired windows under small front shed roof, slate roof shingles; B)iron fence, front yard,
         paired porches, flattened gothic arch window and door openings, flattened arch window sash (4043),
         decorative brick belt courses, decorative brick cornice, flat roof. 14 Contributing.

         Porch removed: 4025, 4027, 4029, 4031, 4033
         Porch posts, balustrades removed/replaced: 4021, 4035, 4037, 4041, 4045
         Slate shingles replaced: 4033
         Brick sidewalk: 4019, 4021

         4047 Locust St.

         Clarence Clark, developer
         John McCloskey, builder
         c.1873

         Three-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne, rowhouse. Distinguishing features include iron fence, full
         length first floor windows, segmentally arched windows, stone lintels and sills, corbelled brick cornice.
         Front porch. Porch posts and balustrade replaced, flat roof. 1 Contributing.

         4049-4051 Locust St.

         Clarence Clark, developer
         John McCloskey, builder
         c.1873
NPS Form 10-900-a                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 1024-0018
(8-86)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Continuation Sheet
West Philadelphia Streetcar Suburb Historic District, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Section number Inventory Page 78
__________________________________________________________________________________________


         Two, three-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne, rowhouses. Distinguishing features include iron fence,
         front yard, segmentally arched window openings, brick segmentally arched lintels, stone sills, brick wall
         decoration, flat roof, corbelled brick cornice. 2 Contributing.

         Iron fence replaced: 4051

         4053-4059 Locust Street

         See 231 S. 41st Street.

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         4028 Locust St.

         John McGaughan, developer
         c.1867

         Two-story, two-bay, wood clapboard, Italianate, semi-detached house. Distinguishing features include
         iron fence, front yard, classical columned porch with Queen Anne balustrade, pedimented window
         lintels, wooden bracketed cornice. 1 Contributing.

         4030 Locust St.

         John McGaughan, developer
         c.1867

         Two-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne, semi-detached house. Distinguishing features include classical
         columned recessed porch with steel beam supporting upper floor, balustraded railing, stone lintels and
         sills, corbelled brick and pressed metal cornice with finials, 2/2 sash, flat roof. 1 Contributing.

         4032 Locust St.

         John McGaughan, developer
         c.1867

         Two-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne with Colonial Revival renovations (c.1918-27) rowhouse.
         Distinguishing features include stone base, bay window, pressed metal cornice with swag and garland
         applied ornamentation. 1 Contributing.

         4034-4038 Locust St.

         John McGaughan, developer
         Jesse E. Jones, builder
         c.1855
NPS Form 10-900-a                                                                                      OMB Approval No. 1024-0018
(8-86)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Continuation Sheet
West Philadelphia Streetcar Suburb Historic District, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Section number Inventory Page 79
__________________________________________________________________________________________


         Three, three-story, two-bay, brick, Italianate rowhouses. Distinguishing features include transom
         window over door opening, stone lintels and sills, wooden bracketed cornice. 3 Contributing.

         4040-4054 Locust St.

         Frank Matthews, developer
         c.1915/1935

         Single-story, six-bay, brick garage. Distinguishing features include brick pilasters dividing bays, single
         large opening per bay, low-sloped gable roof, pressed metal cornice with finials. 1 Contributing.

         4056-4062 Locust St.

         See 233 S. 41st St.
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                                                 4100 block Locust Street

         4101 Locust St.

         See 216 S. 41st St.

         4103 Locust St.

         Carl A. Brown, developer
         c.1898

         Three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival detached house. Distinguishing features include
         front yard stone fence, stone base with arched opening, paired classical columned porch with
         denticulated cornice, first floor bay window, second floor bay window with swag and garland applied
         ornamentation, brick quoins, bay has denticulated cornice with swag and garland applied ornamentation,
         slate shingles on hipped roof, triple window under dormer with swag and garland applied ornamentation.
          Porch balustrade removed. 1 Contributing.

         4105-4111 Locust St.

         Carl A. Brown, developer
         c. 1898

         Four, three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. See 4103 for
         description. 4 Contributing.

         Porch balustrade removed: 4111
NPS Form 10-900-a                                                                                    OMB Approval No. 1024-0018
(8-86)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Continuation Sheet
West Philadelphia Streetcar Suburb Historic District, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Section number Inventory Page 80
__________________________________________________________________________________________


         Slate shingles replaced (partially): 4109, 4111

         4113-4117 Locust St.

         See 217 S. 42nd St.
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         4100 Locust St.
         (a.k.a. 222-228 S. 41st Street)

         John D. Jones, developer
         c.1865
         Dull and Coates, architects, renovations
         c.1901

         Three-story, two-bay, buff brick, Second Empire (with Colonial Revival renovations), semi-detached
         house. Distinctive features include two-story bay window, stone sills, brick jack arches, pressed metal
         cornice. Original brick fence replaced with new brick fence around front yard c.1975. 1 Contributing.

         4102 Locust St.

         John D. Jones, developer
         c. 1865
         Harris and Richards, alterations
         c. 1916

         Two-and-one-half-story, two-bay, stucco and stone, Second Empire, semi-detached house.
         Distinguishing features include paired square columned porch, paired windows, modillioned cornice,
         paired windows in hipped dormer, slate mansard roof, original brick fence replaced, front yard converted
         to concrete platform. 1 Contributing.

         4104-4106 Locust St.

         George T. Pearson, architect
         c. 1905

         Wilmer Atkinson house. Three-story, three-bay, red brick, Jacobean Revival, detached house.
         Distinguishing features include brick and iron wall with stone balustrade around front yard, two-story
         bay window with stone lintels, sills and surrounds, transom windows, wooden millwork porch with tin
         roof, leaded glass windows, stone quoins, stone strapping work, decorative oval window in gable end,
         side entrance with Flemish gable. Slate roof decorative chimneys. Outstanding example of its style. 1
         Contributing.
NPS Form 10-900-a                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 1024-0018
(8-86)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Continuation Sheet
West Philadelphia Streetcar Suburb Historic District, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Section number Inventory Page 81
__________________________________________________________________________________________


         4110-4114 Locust St.

         See 233 S. 42nd St.
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                                                4200 block Locust Street

         Street: Asphalt
         Sidewalks: Concrete
         Curbs: Granite

         4201-4203 Locust St.

         See 218 S. 42 St.

         4205-4207 Locust St.

         See 225 St. Marks Square.

         4211-4215 Locust St.

         See 224 St. Marks Square.

         4231-4241 Locust St.

         43rd and Locust Street Corporation, developer
         Philip M. Julian, architect
         R.P. Whitley Company, builder
         c.1926

         The Fairfax. Nine-story, multi-bay, C-shaped brick Colonial Revival apartment building. Distinguishing
         features include brick, iron, and stone fence, decorative stone work, triple and paired windows with stone
         lintels and sills, multi-storied bay windows with decorative stone finials. 1 Contributing.

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         4200-4242 Locust St.

         See 4201-4241 Spruce Street.

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                                                4300 block Locust Street
NPS Form 10-900-a                                                                                       OMB Approval No. 1024-0018
(8-86)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Continuation Sheet
West Philadelphia Streetcar Suburb Historic District, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Section number Inventory Page 82
__________________________________________________________________________________________



         Street: Asphalt
         Sidewalks: Concrete
         Curbs: Granite

         4301 Locust St.

         See 224 S. 43rd St.

         4303-4311 Locust St.

         Thomas and Robert Killough, developers
         c.1900

         Five, three-story, two-bay orange brick, Colonial Revival rowhouses with commercial storefronts.
         Distinguishing features include stone lintels and sills, third floor triple windows in pedimented gable,
         slate shingle mansard roof. One of the few late 19th Century commercial developments in the area.
         Altered storefronts. 5 Contributing.

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         4300-4320 (4316) Locust St.

         Acme Supermarkets, developer
         c.1950

         One-story, brick and glass and extended metal panels former supermarket. Currently vacant. 1 Non-
         Contributing.

         4324-4340 Locust St.

         See 239-241 S. 44th Street.
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                                                 4400 block Locust Street

         Street: Asphalt
         Sidewalks: Concrete
         Curbs: Slate and Granite

         4401-03 Locust St.

         See 238 South 44 St.
NPS Form 10-900-a                                                                                  OMB Approval No. 1024-0018
(8-86)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Continuation Sheet
West Philadelphia Streetcar Suburb Historic District, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Section number Inventory Page 83
__________________________________________________________________________________________


         4409-4417 Locust St.

         See 239 Buckingham Place.

         4419-4423 Locust St.

         See 238 Buckingham Place.

         4425-4429 Locust St.

         See 229 S. 45th Street.

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         4400 Locust St.

         See 240 S. 44th Street.

         4402 Locust St.

         Thomas Killough, developer
         c.1897

         Three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian, detached house. Distinguishing features
         include stone fence, front yards, columned porch with denticulated cornice, second floor bay window
         with iron railing, third floor triple arched windows, brick quoins, stone and brick stepped parapet,
         decorative grillwork on basement window opening and over second floor bay. 1 Contributing.

         4404-4410 Locust St.

         Thomas Killough, developer
         c.1897

         Four, three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian, semi-detached houses. See 4402
         Locust St. for description. 4 Contributing.

         Porch balustrade/posts replaced: 4404
         Porch infill: 4408
         Iron balcony railing removed: 4406

         4412-4422 Locust St.

         Margaret Gibson/Horace Drace, developers
         c. 1896
NPS Form 10-900-a                                                                                      OMB Approval No. 1024-0018
(8-86)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Continuation Sheet
West Philadelphia Streetcar Suburb Historic District, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Section number Inventory Page 84
__________________________________________________________________________________________



         Six, three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian rowhouses in AABBAA pattern. All
         have front yards. Distinguishing features of A)columned porch with pediment over paired entrances,
         sidelights and transom flanking entrance door, stone lintels and stone sills, two pedimented gables at roof
         line-third floor, pressed metal work with swag and garland detailing; B)sidelights and transom flanking
         entrance door, stone lintels and stone sills, two broken pedimented gables, pressed metal work with swag
         and garland detailing. 6 Contributing.

         Porch removed: 4416, 4418
         Porch balustrade removed/replaced: 4414, 4422
         Aluminum cladding: 4422

         4424-4430 Locust St.

         See 231 S. 45th St.
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                                                4500 block Locust Street

         Street: Asphalt
         Sidewalks: Concrete
         Curbs: Granite

         4501-4505 Locust

         See 232 S. 45th St.

         4507 Locust St.

         Empty lot.

         4509-4521 Locust St.

         J. Willison Smith, developer
         c.1907

         Seven, three and one half-story, two-bay orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian rowhouses in
         ABBBBAA. All have front yards. Distinguishing features of A)columned porch with modillioned
         cornice, first floor stained glass transom window, second floor bay window with denticulated cornice,
         third floor elliptical arched windows flanked by brick pilasters, brick wall decoration, paired window in
         hipped dormer, hipped roof with Spanish roof tiles; B)columned porch with modillioned cornice, second
         floor bay window with modillioned cornice and pilasters between windows, third floor paired arched
         windows, brick wall decoration, single arched window in projecting gable end, Spanish roof tiles. 7
         Contributing.
NPS Form 10-900-a                                                                                   OMB Approval No. 1024-0018
(8-86)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Continuation Sheet
West Philadelphia Streetcar Suburb Historic District, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Section number Inventory Page 85
__________________________________________________________________________________________


         Porch posts/balustrades replaced: 4509, 4511, 4513, 4515, 4517, 4519, 4521
         Porch cornice covered: 4509, 4521
         Spanish roof tiles replaced: All
         Original leaded glass: 4513, 4517
         Dormer removed: 4509
         Window opening altered: 4509

         4523-4525 Locust St.

         J. Willison Smith, developer
         c.1907

         Two, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. See 4509-21
         (house pattern A) for description. 2 Contributing.

         Spanish roof tiles replaced: Both

         4527-4531 Locust St.

         J. Willison Smith, developer
         c.1908

         Three, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, brick Colonial Revival/Victorian rowhouses in the ABB
         pattern. See 4504-16 for description. 3 Contributing.

         Spanish roof tiles replaced: All

         4533-4537 Locust St.
         (a.k.a. 233 S. 46th Street)

         Developer unknown
         c.1927

         Three-story, tapestry brick, Tudor apartment building. Two bays on 46th street, 7 bays on Locust Street.
          Distinguishing features include three-story bay windows with decorative half-timbering, wooden
         casement windows with transom windows, stone belt course, slate shingles on gable roof, iron balconies,
         and parapeted gable. Some leaded glass windows. Doorway with drip stone molding. 1 Contributing.

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         4504-4524 Locust St.

         J. Willison Smith, developer
         c.1907
NPS Form 10-900-a                                                                                   OMB Approval No. 1024-0018
(8-86)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Continuation Sheet
West Philadelphia Streetcar Suburb Historic District, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Section number Inventory Page 86
__________________________________________________________________________________________


         Seven, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian rowhouses in the
         AABBBAA pattern. See 4509-4521 Locust St. for description. 7 Contributing.

         Porch posts/balustrade removed/replaced: 4504, 4512, 4514, 4516
         Spanish roof tiles replaced: 4504, 4506, 4510, 4512, 4514, 4516
         Basement doorways: 4506, 4512, 4514
         Original leaded glass windows: 4510, 4514, 4516

         4518-4524 Locust St.

         J. Willison Smith, developer
         c.1907

         Four, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian, semi-detached houses. See
         4504-16 Locust St. (House pattern A) for description. Iron fence (4524). 4 Contributing.

         Porch posts/balustrade removed/replaced: 4520, 4522
         Spanish roof tiles replaced: All
         Original leaded glass windows: 4518, 4520, 4524

         4526-4530 Locust St.

         J. Willison Smith, developer
         c.1908

         Three, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, brick Colonial Revival/Victorian rowhouses in the ABB
         pattern. Iron fence (4528). See 4504-16 for description. 3 Contributing.

         Spanish roof tiles replaced: 4526, 4530
         Original leaded glass windows: 4528, 4530
         Balustrade removed: 4530

         Window opening altered: 4526

         4532-36 Locust St.

         See 235 S. 46th St.

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