92 Fremont Place
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A bit of relief in a block of relentless '20s Mediterranean design is provided by 92 Fremont Place, a symmetrical Georgian design by an obscure and as yet untraceable architect cited on the house's building permit only as "Heywood." It could be that "Heywood" was an employee of the contractor, Rea D. Lentz. It was Security Trust & Savings vice-president Lloyd Coleman Young who was issued building permits for a 12-room house on the southerly 75 feet of Lot 90 by the Department of Buildings on March 20, 1925. Young was still living at #92 when he died on July 3, 1946.
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