This home received a historical plaque from Preservation Durham. The following information comes from the plaque application
1 1/2-story Dutch Colonial style house with 2 interior chimneys, a front shed dormer, German siding, 9-over-1 sash windows, and a glazed and paneled front door. The 1-story shed porch has Craftsman posts.
From 1921 - 1987, the home was occupied by Reuben A. Blalock and Lelia Pearl Balock, his wife.
Reuben A Blalock was a machinist (1915), a foreman at Tar Heel Hosiery Mill (1920); Superintendent at Marvin Carr Hosiery Mills (1927); and watchman (1960) at Durham Hosiery Mills in Durham, NC.
From Aug. 1988 - Mar. 2005, the home was occupied by Claudia A. Dibona. Occupation Professor, Duke University, Durham, NC
From 2005 - 2010 the home was occupied by Blair Kendall and Ariel Rogers, his wife. Occupations: unknown
From 2010 to at least the time of the plaque application (2011) the home was occupied by Lauren E. Crigler and Peter John Earsman, her husband. Lauren Crigler was a Human Resources Consultant; Peter Earsman was a businessman