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2320 Edwin St., 201343 viewsaltonjim
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2132 Edwin St., 201377 viewsPhoto by Jim Peipertaltonjim
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2324 Edwin St., 201385 viewsPhoto by Jim Peipertaltonjim
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2300 Edwin St., circa 1921133 viewsThe current owner of this home at 2300 Edwin St. is Bill Martin, who purchased the house in 1969 from the Shotts family, the original owners. E.A. Shotts was president of Shotts Electric Co. and his wife was Hannah. The rear tenant at the time was Preston Jones.  Bill says the house was built in 1921 and he has the abstract.  Note the house behind 2300 Edwin. Part of the foundation of that house still stands in the empty lot at the southwest corner of Forest Park Boulevard and Mistletoe Avenue. Photo courtesy of Bill Martin.altonjim
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2224 Edwin St., 201374 viewsPhoto by Jim Peipertaltonjim
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2200 Edwin St - published 1986, original date unknown118 viewsThis two-story brick Prairie Style house was built c. 1918 for J. P. Millican, president of the J. P. Millican Printing & Advertising Co. The overhanging hip roof is characteristic of the style. It is unaltered on the exterior except for a partially enclosed sleeping porch.

Historic Preservation Council for Tarrant County, Texas, "Tarrant County Historic Resources Survey: Phase III Fort Worth's Southside", copyright 1986.
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2300 Edwin St., circa 1921133 viewsThe current owner of this home at 2300 Edwin St. is Bill Martin, who purchased the house in 1969 from the Shotts family, the original owners. E.A. Shotts was president of Shotts Electric Co. and his wife was Hannah. The rear tenant at the time was Preston Jones.  Bill says the house was built in 1921 and he has the abstract.  Note the house behind 2300 Edwin. Part of the foundation of that house still stands in the empty lot at the southwest corner of Forest Park Boulevard and Mistletoe Avenue. Photo courtesy of Bill Martin.altonjimAug 20, 2013
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2133 Edwin St., 201380 viewsPhoto by Jim PeipertaltonjimJul 12, 2013
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2132 Edwin St., side view along Jerome Street, 201386 viewsPhoto by Jim PeipertaltonjimJul 11, 2013
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2132 Edwin St., 201377 viewsPhoto by Jim PeipertaltonjimJul 11, 2013
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2229 Edwin St., 2013, decked out for the Fourth of July92 viewsPhoto by Jim PeipertaltonjimJul 10, 2013
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2305 Edwin St., 2013100 viewsDecked out for the Fourth of July. Photo by Jim PeipertaltonjimJul 09, 2013
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2304 Edwin St., circa 1930111 viewsPhoto courtesy of Tom and Eileen Richey. If you look closely at the bush in front of the chimney, you can see Bess Rector, who built the house in 1929. The Richeys received the photos from Bess Rector's son, Howard. The Richeys also have the original blueprints and builder's specs. Tom Richey says he has "compiled a history of ownership of the house over the years but nobody rich and famous ever lived here."altonjimJul 09, 2013
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2304 Edwin St., circa 1930117 viewsPhoto courtesy of Tom and Eileen Richey. altonjimJul 09, 2013