Details for John and Ettie Mayfield House (Atlas Number 5027003268)

Historical Marker — Atlas Number 5027003268

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Marker Number 3268
Atlas Number 5027003268
Marker Title John and Ettie Mayfield House
Index Entry Mayfield, John and Ettie, House
Address 400 W. Travis St.
City Holland
County Bell
UTM Zone 14
UTM Easting 652235
UTM Northing 3417393
Subject Codes Craftsman (Architectural style); houses, residential buildings; design and construction; Praire School (Archictectural style)
Marker Year 1994
Designations Recorded Texas Historic Landmark
Marker Location
Marker Size 16" x 12" Plate & Medallion
Marker Text This was the home of John Henry Mayfield (1865-1954), his wife Ettie Monroe Alsobrook (1869-1957) and their three daughters. The Mayfields moved to Holland about 1908 where Mr. Mayfield owned and operated a local cotton gin. Local contractors Frank Wood & Sons built this house in 1914. This Craftsman-influenced Prairie School building features emphasized horizontal lines, a wraparound porch, double gallery, and fine interior woodwork and craftsmanship. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1995

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