This L-plan, one- and two-story, flat-roofed, white-walled house, designed for an official of the Gulf Coast Rice Mills by Lewis M. Wirtz and Harold E. Calhoun, was the most publicized modern house in Houston in the 1930s.
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L. D. Allen House
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