One of the few East End homes William Bray did not design with the help of Carl Nystrom, this massive Georgian Colonial Revival style house has fluted columns and pilasters, Greek Key designs over the windows, a classically decorated portico, and a gambrel roof. Edward Bradley was a lumberman who […]Read More
Architect: Peter M. Olsen
2316 E. 1st St.
William Bray designed what is perhaps Duluth’s most impressive example of Georgian architecture for William Olcott when Olcott was president of the Duluth, Missabe & Northern Railroad. Olcott would later become president of the Oliver Mining Company. The Olcott’s founded the Fanny Bailey Olcott Girl Scout camp on Half Moon […]Read More
1905 E. 5th Street
Restoration: Exterior: Tuck pointed the chimney, sanded and refinished porch and front door. Added some new windows in period style. Installed ornamental steel fence, painted exterior in three colors to highlight detail. Removed and replaced front steps and east sidewalk to backyard. Added a pergola above the back deck. Interior: […]Read More