WARDLOW-FULLER HOUSE - 1109 N. QUEEN (LOOK RIGHT) BUILT 1915 CRAFTSMAN BUNGALOW
Although the Craftsman bungalow is the most common subtype of residential architecture found in Palestine, this is an outstanding example of Craftsman Inspired architecture that has not been significantly altered. Believed to have been built by Will Skelton, the earliest known occupants were Robert and Mary Hester Wardlow. Mrs. Wardlow lived in the house until she sold it to William and Mozelle Fuller in 1921. Mr. Fuller was a clerk at the U.S. post office. The house remains in the Fuller family.