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Lockwood Tour of Homes

Landmarks Foundation is hosting its third annual tour of homes to familiarize the public with Montgomery’s rich historical housing stock. On February 28th, six Frank Lockwood-designed homes in the Garden District, Old Cloverdale and Edgewood will be open to the public. Lockwood was one of Montgomery’s premier architects in the early 20th Century, and on this tour you will see his stylistic range including English Arts and Crafts, Neo-Tudor, Neo-Georgian, Neo-Colonial and Spanish Colonial.

One of the six houses on the tour—the Neo-Tudor Quisenberry-Bryan House, was built in 1932 with brick salvaged from the 19th Century Montgomery City Hall that had recently burned. As this house is still occupied by the family that built it, original blueprints, catalogs for windows and fixtures, and landscape designs for the houses three acres will be on display.

$20 advance tickets, $25 day of tour. Tickets may be purchased in advance here or by calling 334-240-4617, and at the Capri Theatre on February 28th from 12-4 pm.

Sun., Feb. 28, 2016, 12:30PM – 5:30PM

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Old Alabama Town, 301 Columbus Street Montgomery, AL 36104

Category: History, Community

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