The International Institute currently occupies this elegant Colonial Revival residence.
In 1905, Harlow C. Curtiss moved from this house to a new one at 100 Lincoln Parkway
(the 2005 Junior League Show House), also designed by Esenwein & Johnson.
The Kurtzman house was designed in the Spanish Colonial, or Mission, style. It is evocative
of the Pan-American Exposition, which once stood a short distance away.
Contractor Mosier built this house on speculation. John H. Lascelles was the first occupant.
Like the Webster residence, this house defies easy stylistic characterization.
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