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  Harry B. Spaulding House
150 Chapin Parkway , Buffalo, NY

October 2023 Photos


Built for Harry B. Spaulding [Spaulding family]

2 1⁄2-story hipped roof Colonial Revival frame house. Brick foundation, stucco siding with Ionic brick pilasters, slate roof. Side entry with flat hood with iron balconette above.

Majority 6/6 double hung wood windows with brick lintels and sills. Enclosed slightly projecting bay with Tuscan columns, ribbon multi-light windows and transoms.      Contains contributing hipped roof 2-story secondary building (garage); stucco, slate roof, multi-light double hung windows.

        - Elmwood Historic District (EAST) National Register of Historic Places Nomination, p. 91



Mrs. Harry B. Spaulding [Captain of Red Cross Motor Corps] of this city [has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Lucile A. Forman, to Chauncey Jerome Hamlin Jr., son of Chauncey J. Hamlin, also of Buffalo.

Miss Forman, daughter of the late George A. Forman [second son of George V. Forman] of this city, attended Miss Porter's School, Farmington, Conn., and Mlle. Boissier's School in  Paris. 

Mr. Hamlin was graduated from the Hill School, from Yale University in 1928, and from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a partner in the Brokerage firm of Wood, Trubee & Co. of Buffalo.  The wedding will take place in October.
         
- New York Times, July 8, 1937




C. 1911                Colonial Revival style              Side entry                     Facade details below:              

Colonial Revival style                    Slate roof                   3 dormers sided with slate                 6/6 double hung wood windows              Ionic brick pilasters                      Wrought iron balconette




Ionic brick pilasters                  Flutes beneath capital           Running brick bond



Header brick course and sill             6/6 light              Colonial Revival style shutters


Colonial Revival                 Wrought iron balconet              Tuscan columns                   Transom windows   





One of two first floor windows with a rectangular lintel formed by soldier bricks above headers                6/6 lights                   Sills formed by headers above stretchers



North elevation entry
North elevation entry                 Wrought iron balconette above flat hood with plain frieze                  Paired wrought iron C scroll brackets           Tuscan square pilasters


 
North elevation entry                 Wrought iron balconette above flat hood with plain frieze                  Paired wrought iron C scroll brackets           Tuscan square pilasters


 


Photos and their arrangement 2023 Chuck LaChiusa
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