This 1902 house is typical of the pattern book styles built during the first
decade of the 20th century.
Henry F. Kimball, a son of John and Margaret Clayton Kimball, was a glazier
and a designer with Bennett Glass and Paint Company.
This house is a pattern book style. It has a tripartite window on the gable
end. There are also fishscale shingles on the end. The windows are segmentally arched. ‘Te front has an extra stick style type canopy over the stairs.