Canterbury Road Model Home

ImageCrowds wait to inspect the model for University Homes, a grouping of differently styled dwellings on Canterbury Road erected circa 1916–1922. Created by architect and developer George R. Morris, a reported 27,000 people visited the model home, which was open for “inspection” both day and night (depicted here in “flashlight view”).

Further Reading: Builders’ Journal, July 1922, p. 38; The Baltimore Rowhouse, by Mary Ellen Hayward and Charles Belfoure, p. 136.

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