Across the street is a more modest house, built for Bartlett L. Thane. This classic bungalow has a gable roof with shed dormer, brackets in the gable ends, and exposed rafter ends. Willis S. Nowell, president and manager of steamship companies, lived there, and after 1922 Wellman Holbrook, a U.S. Forest Service official, and his wife, Mary.
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