125 West Walnut Lane
Photographs from the PHC:
- Left: Germantown Courier, July 2, 1965: "Before and
After: George T. Pearson transformed 125 W. Walnut from the
typical Victorian house photographed about 1893 to a fairytale
house unique even in an area of houses with personality."
- Center: Germantown Courier, July 2, 1965: "Two-story
living room in home of Mrs. Victor C. Vaughan was created by
George T. Pearson as sound chamber for his pipe organ, which once
filled this wall."
- Right: 125 W. Walnut Lane. Pennsylvania Historic
Resources Survey, 1983.
George T. Pearson Residence, 1852-54, altered 1893. Original
house by Tobias Herbst, carpenter, alterations by George T.
Pearson. Brick, stucco and half-timber construction. An unusual
design in a more European form of Queen Anne, the house
preserves the privacy of the English country seat.
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