Stay tuned for more posts on the Stevenson family. The historic images are courtesy of Ted Lollis.
|Mrs. Stevenson played this beautiful grand piano in her home at 275 South Audubon Road in 1915|
|The Stevensons furnished their home at 275 South Audubon Road in 1915 with the latest Arts and Crafts era furniture.|
|Edward Lollis dressed up as Charlie Chaplin in 1915 in front of his new home at 275 South Audubon Road. Behind him, you can see his bike resting against the front porch.|
|Mary Pulver Stevenson visited with her neighbors at 269 South Audubon Road c1916. The Hogate family dwelled in the Arts and Crafts American Four Square home at the time. Behind Mrs. Stevenson, you can also see the double at 261-63 South Audubon Road.|
|275 South Audubon Road c1915|