This is an early vernacular house with Ludowici tile roofing. The central chimney could indicate a saddlebag origin. It’s thought to be the last survivor of the factory housing built for the Ludowici tile factory; residents note that there were once quite a few of these, and the neighborhood was known as the “White Line”.
This house is pictured in the 1922 real photo postcard seen below. The First Baptist Church relocated and the community house/library took its place. I hope to learn more about the house.
The postcard is a public domain image, accessed via an online auction site.
This was best known as Ludowici’s’ community house and library but in recent years it was a clubhouse for the Wingmen Motorcycle Club. Sadly, it was lost to fire in 2015.
This was originally a boarding house, with a four-over-four configuration. It has been greatly modified over time. Mike McCall, whose grandfather, A. B. (Braz) Stafford, owned the house for many years, recalls that some of the doors still had room numbers on them when he was young.