E.L. and Ruth Fogleman House

This two-story, cross-gabled, frame California-style Craftsman bungalow features an aeroplane dormer, Japanese and Swiss-chalet elements, heavy open beams, battered brickwork motifs, and natural materials, color, and textures. The Foglemans purchased the plans and exterior mill work, windows, and doors for Harris Homes Beautiful Model No. B-1512 from the Harris Brothers Company of Chicago, Illinois, one of many mail-order companies producing ready-cut homes and house plans during this period. A number of additions have been constructed on the rear over the years, and a substantial rehabilitation was completed in 1994. Private residence.

Date: 1926, ca. 1935, 1945, 1947

Images

E.L. and Ruth Fogleman House, 2009
E.L. and Ruth Fogleman House, 2009 Image by Michael Zirkle Photography, copyright Raleigh Historic Development Commission.
E.L. and Ruth Fogleman House, 1920 plan
E.L. and Ruth Fogleman House, 1920 plan Courtesy of "A Plan Book of Harris Homes," Harris Brothers Company, 1920.
E.L. and Ruth Fogleman House, 1976
E.L. and Ruth Fogleman House, 1976 Image courtesy of the North Carolina State Archives.

Location

1807 Wills Avenue

Metadata

RHDC, “E.L. and Ruth Fogleman House,” Raleigh Historic, accessed July 18, 2024, https://raleighhistoric.org/items/show/118.