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The A.S. Meineke Home
The A.S. Meineke Home

The A.S. Meineke Home at 3115 19th St. is a Tudor revival style home that was built in 1935 for A.S. Meineke.

Contractor Joe Telford built the home for the owner of Meineke hardware, an exact replica of Meineke’s childhood home in Denton. The steep gables, large diamond-shaped shingles and monochromatic color are very characteristic of the homes of the 1920’s and 30’s.

While a distinct craftsman’s mark can be found throughout the home, the interior woodwork is also a solid example of the arts and crafts movement at the time. The home had an addition to the back and the upstairs interior was completed in 1946.

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