Wednesday, November 23, 2011

The Thomas H. Kerr Residence

The Thomas H. Kerr residence designed by Albro & Lindeberg c. 1910 in White Plains, New York. In 1931 the home was acquired by the Contemporary club (now the Woman's Club of White Plains) and the group added a ballroom in 1932. In 2010 the residence was added to the National Register. Click HERE to see the Kerr residence on google earth and HERE on bing.

Photos from Architecture, 1912.

1 comment:

The Down East Dilettante said...

Albro & Lindberg certainly worked this theme, didn't they? The group of houses that they designed along these lines were well received, and barely a suburb or summer colony on the east coast doesn't have a variation or two of the design---but the originals are still the best

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