Lower Merion Historical Society

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Colkenny

Built: 1909
Status 2020: demolished

Architect: Horace Trumbauer

Montgomery Avenue & Booth Lane, Haverford, PA; original owner: Thomas P. Hunter, co-founder of Acme Tea Co (Acme Markets); subsequent owners: Dr. J. Leslie Davis, Pennsylvania Highway Department, William Park; original architect: Horace Trumbauer; plot size: 7 acres; 1909;

17 Items

PHE Binder 4 (Haverford)

TitleDateFormat
Data sheetPHE4-COL 01
Artist's rendering3¼" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 02
Entrance facade8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 03
Porte cochére entrance8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 04
Porte cochére8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 05
Garden view8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 06
Garden terrace8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 07
Garden terrace entrance8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 08
First floor plan8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 09
Second floor plan8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 10
Reception room8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 11
Living hall8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 12
Dining room8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 13
Enclosed porch8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 14
Sitting room8" x 10"; b & wPHE4-COL 15
"For Sale" advertisements1937, 1939Advertisements placed by Richard J. Seltzer Co. and Hirst & MacFarlandPHE4-COL 16
Biographical data - Dr. J. Leslie Davis1937, 1939PHE4-COL 17

Location

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house is gone
standing