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The Edwards

1925 J. C. Simpson Lumber Co. Brochure,
Published by William A. RAdford Co.

Duplexes were often seen as smart investments, especially in "suburban" neighborhoods that ringed many towns and small cities. If one had a bit of land and the financial resources, a duplex was a practical revenue stream. The Edwards is also big, especially by 1920s standards, at almost 1500 sf per unit. With three bedrooms, a bathroom, and good sized living spaces, there was more room than typical of most houses.

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