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3 PLEASE NOTE ABOUT THE WALKING TOUR The tour is self-guided. There are interpretive signs at each house. Information about the Prohibition-Era residents was derived mostly from the 1920 and 1930 U.S. censuses. The photos of places on the signs are from 1920s Knoxville. The photos of people are from the era, but just for fun (they are not the people who lived in the houses). *** Please look at the houses from the sidewalk only. Do not enter yards or bother the current occupants. Thank you.

4 1717 Glenwood Ave This bungalow was built in In 1930, the house was home to Will S. (50) and Dorothy E. (46) Cummings, and their daughter Monnie C. (21) and son Philip J. (15) Will worked as a traveling salesman for a machine company, Dorothy was a homemaker, Monnie worked as an office girl for the knitting mill, and Philip was in school. The house was valued at $6000 and the family owned a radio.

5 1623 Washington Ave This bungalow was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of Robert S. (33) and Marjorie E. (33) Walter, Marjorie s brother J. Robert Campbell (16), and a boarder Anna M. Anderson (28). Robert Walter was a traveling salesman for an auto parts company, Marjorie was a homemaker, Robert Campbell was in school, and Anna was a bookkeeper for an auto garage. The Walters owned their home and it was valued at $4500. They also owned a radio.

6 1625 Washington Ave This bungalow was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of Harry P. (32) and Vera G. (27) Berry. Harry was a plumber and Vera was a public health nurse. They owned the house and it was valued at $5,500. They also owned a radio.

7 1701 Washington Ave This craftsman house was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of Roy (34) and Vonnie M. (32) Fielden, and their daughter Ruth A. (11). Roy was a grocery merchant, Vonnie was a grocery clerk, and Ruth was in school. They owned the house, which was valued at $6500, and they had a radio.

8 2012 Washington Ave This craftsman house was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of O.P. (50) and Laura (51) Wheeler, their sons Franklin (19) and Thomas (15), and daughter Katherine (11). O.P. Was a railroad inspector, Laura was a homemaker, and the three children were in school. The Wheelers rented the house for $40/mo. They did not have a radio.

9 1700 Jefferson Ave This bungalow was built in the late 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of J.J. (39) and Lori (38)West, and Richard Deboer (24) who was a boarder. J. J. was a department manager at the knitting mill, Lori was a homemaker, and Richard was a pharmacist for a drug store. The Wests owned the house and it was valued at $5000. They also had a radio.

10 1704 Jefferson Ave This craftsman house was built between 1910 and From at least 1920 to 1930,, the house was home to Robert D. and Mary P. Taylor. In 1920, Robert was 37 and Mary was 35. By 1930, they had a daughter Josephine who was 6. Robert was an attorney and Mary was a homemaker. In 1930, Josephine was in school. In 1920, the Taylors owned the house, but in 1930, they rented it for $30/mo. and they did not have a radio.

11 1903 Jefferson Ave This bungalow was built in Note the porte-cochère to the right of the main porch where passengers could exit a car and escape the weather. In 1930, the house was the home of R.H. (27) and Mamie (23) Potter, and their daughter Mildred (5). Mamie s brothers Carl (30) and Avel (19) Morton also lived with the family, as did a male boarder named L.O. Graves (28). Mr. Potter was a stone cutter at a marble mill. He later became a union organizer. Mamie was a homemaker. She lived in the house until Carl was a grocery salesman, Avel was a teamster for a flour mill, and L.O. was a grocery merchant. The Potters rented the house, but later bought it. The rent was $27/mo. and they had a radio.

12 2009 Jefferson Ave This bungalow was built between 1917 and In 1920, the house was the home of Louis O. (41) and Letia (41) Burns, and their son Collin (18). Louis was a dispatcher for the Railway Light Company and Letia was a homemaker. In 1930, the house was the home of Servain C. (42) and Bessie (35) Schneider, their daughters Katherine (13) and Charlotte (1), and sons Servain Jr (15) and Louis T. (10). Servain Sr. was a commercial traveler for meat packer, Bessie was a homemaker, and the three older children were in school. The Schneiders owned the house and it was valued at $3500. They did not have a radio.

13 2011 Jefferson Ave This bungalow was built between 1917 and In 1920, the house was the home of Mr. Rogers C. Harrison (43), his son Clyde (26), daughter in law Catherine (22), and sister in law Ida McClure (53). Rogers worked in advertising for the daily paper and Clyde was a high school teacher. Catherine and Ida likely were homemakers. The address does not appear in the 1930 census. The house may have been unoccupied at that time.

14 2032 Jefferson Ave This craftsman house was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of Harry C. (40) and Nellie (40) Carter, their daughter Mildred (18), and son Harry Jr. (13). Mr. Carter was a traffic officer, Nellie was a homemaker, Mildred was a stenographer at a tire company, and Harry Jr was in school. The Carters owned the house and it was valued at $5000. They had a radio.

15 1520 Woodbine Ave (formerly Woodbine) This bungalow was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of James (62) and Ella (55) Adams, and Ella s mother F.M. Russel (84). James was from England. He worked for the power company at the electrical substation. Ella was a homemaker. The Adams also had 6 roomers: Mr. Avis Smith (35), his sons Herbert (9) and Avis Jr (8), and Paul Hansard (22), Fred McMohan (23), and Sam Smith (22). Avis and Fred were barbers, and Sam was a salesman at the A&P grocery. The Adams rented the house for $45/mo. And they had a radio.

16 1523 Woodbine Ave (formerly 1617 Woodbine) This bungalow was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of Amandau (69) and T.A. (56)Watson, their daughter Eula (18) and son Ray (15), and a roomer Mary Lou Evans (21). Mr. Watson was a carpenter and T.A. was a homemaker. Eula was a finisher at the knitting mill, Ray was a laborer in a box factory, and Mary Lou was a telephone operator. The family rented the house for $25/mo. They did not have a radio.

17 1527 Woodbine Ave This bungalow was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of M.W. (48) and Pearl (49) Dennis, and Pearl s brother J. H. Devault (46). M.W. was an electrical mechanic, Pearl was a homemaker, and J.H. was a flagman for the railroad. The family rented the house for $25/mo. They did not have a radio.

18 1805 Woodbine Ave This bungalow was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of Coy (23) and Nellie (38) Barnard, Nellie s children Freda (18), Beulah (16), and Lloyd (14) Matlock, and Coy s mother Levie (56) Barnard.. Coy was a laborer at a lumber mill, Nellie and Levie were homemakers. Freda and Beulah were winders at the knitting mill. Lloyd was not in school and did not have a job. The family rented the house for $25/mo. They did not have a radio.

19 1955 Woodbine Ave This bungalow was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of J.M. (40) and Floey (30) Hutchison, their daughters Trula (11) and Ruby (8), and son J.D. (2). J.M. was a salesman for a bakery and Floey was a homemaker. They owned the house and it was valued at $3000. They did not have a radio.

20 2441 E. Fifth Ave This bungalow was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of William (49) and Mary E. (51) Henderson, and their son William Jr (22). William Sr was a lawyer, Mary was a homemaker, and William Jr was a messenger for the railroad. The Hendersons owned the house and it was valued at $7000. They owned a radio.

21 2511 E. Fifth Ave This bungalow was built in the 1920s. In 1930, the house was the home of George (45) and Margaret (44) Mason, their daughter Marjory Schultz (21), and two granddaughters Wylene (5) and Marjory T. (2) Schultz. George was a pharmacist for a retail drug company and Margaret was a secretary for the same company. They owned the house which was valued at $10,000, but they did not own a radio.

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