2102 Lubbock

This five-bay center hall Folk Victorian cottage with an applied porch was built in about 1891 by William Bohlae, who in city directories is sometimes a shoemaker and sometimes a bartender.  He died in about 1899; his widow, Caroline, continued to live at 2102 Lubbock until her death in 1912.  After that the house had several owners; most of the occupants were renters.  The house was duplexed in about 1927, the other address being 705 Henderson.

Made for appraisal purposes, probably in 1970s.  Courtesy Harris Co. Archives.

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