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Hutcheson-Smith Home

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312 N. Oak St., Arlington, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 44' 24.494388", -97° 6' 34.083252"
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     Built about 1896, this residence reflects influences of the Queen Anne style, including gingerbread trim. It is located on land owned in the 1890s by I.L. Hutcheson, a pioneer merchant of the Arlington area, and his son William Thomas Hutcheson, who later became an oilman in Archer City. In 1919 the house was purchased by S.T. Smith, a former educator and farmer. Owned by his family until the late 1970s, it serves as a reminder of Arlington's early development. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark-1982.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Hutcheson-Smith Home Historical Marker Location Map, Arlington, Texas