The family who would most come to be associated with the house purchased it in 1939. James Glore, a medical artist for the Indiana University Medical Center, and his wife Marjorie moved into 5702 Beechwood Avenue and would remain in the cottage for the next 47 years! The Glores raised their children in the home and they became a fixture in southern Irvington. Shortly after moving into the house, either Mr. or Mrs. Glore stood along Beechwood Avenue and proudly snapped a photograph of their new residence. The two silver maples along the street have since been removed.
|James F. and Marjorie Glore moved into 5702 Beechwood Avenue in 1939. A member of the Glore family would dwell in the bungalow until 1986.|
|5702 Beechwood Avenue in 2015: The tulip tree came from a wooded area in the 7900 block of Sargent Road on land owned by Charles Glore, the brother to James Glore.|