John D. Larkin- Table of Contents .............................. Larkland

Harry Larkin House
160 Windsor Avenue, Buffalo, NY

Designed:

1912
Architect:
Wood & Bradney

Style:

Colonial Revival
Original occupants:
1914-39 Harry and Ruth Williams Larkin
Second occupants: 1939-75 Mr. & Mrs. Walter B. Robb

Location:

Larkland

History
Beneath Illustrations










Colonial Revival style



Portico supported by monumental Ionic columns  ....... Six over six lights



Monumental Ionic columns ...... Broken pedimented door surround ..... Dentils  ..... Engaged Ionic columns  ..... Fanlight  ..... Side lights  ..... Paneled door



Balustraded deck on hip roof .....  Slate roof .....  Pedimented  dormers .....  Modillions .....  Dentils .....  Monumental Ionic columns



Slate roof ..... Modillions ..... Dentils ..... Monumental Ionic columns ..... Pilaster


Harry Hubbard

  • b 1881
  • Graduated from Lafayette College in 1903, majoring in Chem.
  • Hired by co. in 1903
  • M. Ruth Williams
  • Elected president of Larkin company in 1939 after John Jr. taken ill and confined to home.
  • 160 Windsor Avenue deeded to him in 1917


Consultant: Martin Wachadlo

Photos and their arrangement 2004 Chuck LaChiusa
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