Cranbrook Architecture - The Nobles House: 0141.0005

Cranbrook Architecture - The Nobles House
0141.0005

0141.0005: Cranbrook Architecture - The Nobles House

Cranbrook Architecture - The Nobles house was built in 1903 and located on 9th Avenue South (Armstrong Avenue). Originally it was a wooden building covered by traditional clapboard siding. In 1927 it was bricked over and demonstrates some fine brick-laying technique with interesting asymetrical proportions.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1976
Source:  CBK 1976.034.099 Neg. Original copy held in the History Centre Archives
Collection:  Cranbrook Archives (0141)

Keywords:

car architecture fence metre

Subjects:

Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Buildings arrow Residential Homes arrow Noble Housearrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Street Names arrow Armstrong Avenuearrow
People arrow Noblearrow

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