The L-plan, one- and two-story house that Howard Barnstone and Preston M. Bolton designed for Gordon, a lawyer, was the most publicized modern house in Houston during the 1950s. Like the L. D. Allen House ( HN7), it is flat-roofed and of steel-framed construction.
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Gerald S. Gordon House
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