Stoner House - 1319 11th Street

 Print Listing Historical Name - Bowels House
Style - Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals/Colonial Revival
Built Year - 1930
State ID - 5wL.929.26

Description - This Colonial Revival residence is a rectilinear single story frame structure with a composition shingle side-gable roof. Roof features include clipped gable-ends and eave-returns. The symmetrical southern fa├žade features a central entrance with a small pediment supported by Tuscan order columns. The pediment's tympanum has a curved underside. The two windows flanking the entrance are eight-light casement grouped in threes, with decorative shutters. The majority of remaining windows are one-over-one double hung. A shed-roofed addition forms an enclosed porch on the northern side.

Historical Background - City Directories list Floyd C. Bowels, employee of Home Light and Electric, as occupant of this home during the 1930's, with his wife Helen. Beginning in the 1940's, the directories list Gustaf Rosentrater, also employee of Home Light and Electric. Rosentrater lived in the home for several decades.