From the National Register nomination form of 2005, completed by M. Ruth Little1 ½-story brick Tudor Cottage with steep side-gable roof, 6-over-6 sash windows, 1 gabled dormer, and a front gable wing with tapering chimney and gabled entrance bay. A concrete terrace has an iron railing. Duke Hospital physician Walter L. Thomas was the owner-occupant in 1940. According to the 2005 owner it was built in 1938. [1940 CD] Detached metal carport from 1980.
The following information comes from the City Directories and general web searching:
|Maisie A. Thomas
|Dr. Walter L. Thomas
|Walter worked in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Duke School of Medicine. In 1949 the Thomases moved to 3615 Dover Rd in Hope Valley.
|Monice (Dworski) Arnold
|Dr. Ralph A. Arnold
|Ralph worked at Duke Hospital as a professor of otology and associate professor of otolaryngology and ophthalmology.
|Perdita (Arnett) Brantly
|Dr. Edgar Clayton Brantly, Jr.
|Edgar had an office at 111 N. Corcoran St.
|Mary Ann Seavey
|Dr. Paul Wallace Seavey
|Paul worked at Watts Hospital and in private practice before moving returning to Emory University in Atlanta.
|Norene H. Kearney
|Robert N. Kearney
|Robert was a professor in the Duke University Political Science Department, and ended up at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University where he specialized in Sri Lanka and South Asia.
|Joan W. Martin
|Joseph Bacon Martin III
|Joseph was earning a PhD in Medieval English Literature and eventually worked for Davidson College and strove for racial justice and children's education in Charlotte.
|Marlene C. Coulter
|Kenneth R. Coulter
|Kenneth operated Coulter Associates Landscape Architects. and was a planner and landscape architect for over 40 years.
|Elizabeth M. James
|William E. James, Sr.
|Elizabeth worked for County Social Services, while William attended UNC School of Dentistry and went on to work for them for at least 25 years.
|Lucy M. Harrison
|Chris A. Harrison
|Michael L. Boyatt
|Mike spent over 30 years working as an international manager for Exxon and lived in a half dozen foreigh countries.