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Chicago's Hegewisch Residential Architecture
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13100 Brandon Block History
CNT Chart 13100 Brandon
 
13100 Block South Brandon Avenue
Chart History of the Block

West Side of Block

Address Style Permit Date Completed Builder Architect Photograph
13100 Brick 2 Flat 6/15/1921 9/20/1921 Owner J. Slovink
13106 1 Story Brick
13110 2 Story Brick Apartment 5/06/1922 11/21/1922 Owner Braucher
13114 1 Story Brick 7/15/1941 11/18/1941 Owner H. E. Anderson
13120
13122
13124 Frame
13134 Frame
13138 Frame
13142 1 Story Frame 9/03/1924 1/09/1925 Owner
13146 Frame
13150 Frame
13158 3 Story Brick

East Side of Block

Address Style Permit Date Completed Builder Architect Photograph
13101 Tri Level
13107 1 Story Brick 4/25/1918 7/19/1918 Owner
13111 1 Story Brick
13115 1 Story Brick 4/1/1914 7/13/1914 L. Dumbowski
13117 1 Story Brick 7/17/1924 3/02/1925 Owner
13119 1 Story Frame 4/03/1914 6/11/1914 Owner
13121 Frame 5/29/1923 9/12/1923 G. Smicek J. W. Fisher
13127 Frame 12/02/1937 7/19/1938 Raffin Flots
13131 1 Story Brick
13135
13137 1 Story Brick
13139 1 Story Brick
13143 1 Story Brick
13147 Frame
13151 1 Story Frame 7/20/1914 11/04/1914 B. A. Anderson
13159 Frame

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