201 West Chestnut Hill Avenue

      

(photographs from Chestnut Hill Historical Society-John Naylor Collection: 1970.24, 1970.25, & 1970.26)
             
(photographs from Chestnut Hill Historical Society-John Naylor Collection: 1970.27, 1970.28, & 1970.29)
            
(photographs from Chestnut Hill Historical Society-John Naylor Collection: 1970.124, 1970.132, & 1970.133)
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MAP NUMBER: 18
DATE: 1902
ORIGINAL OWNER: Samuel Goodman, Developer
ARCHITECT: Newman, Woodman & Harris
CONTRACTOR: Thomas M. Seeds, Jr
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This stucco and timbered Tudor-styled dwelling was the home of 
the photographer, John Samuel Naylor and his wife Anna Herbert
Albert Naylor.   It was enlarged in 1904, 1917 (Brockie & Hastings,
architects), and 1925 (Arthur H. Brockie, architect).  Naylor took many
photographs of the home from a number of angles and captured
its evolution.  The building at 8836 Crefeld Street, now the Crefeld
School, is visible to the far right in the photographs 1970.24 and 1970.27.

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