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Accredited Structures of Elfred Bartoo

1886 –  J. Bartoo House, 19 Murray St.
1890 –  Coat(e)s Apartments – 264-68 Washington St., with Audley Reynolds
1890/91 – Edward Rose House, 5 Riverside Dr. – demolished
1891 –  Comstock House, 9 Murray St.
              Robert Rose House, 3 Riverside Dr., with Audley Reynolds – demolished
1891/92 – Barret House, 88 Hawley St. – now "The Law"
                  Schnell House, 57 Front St. — first floor facade altered
                  Sisson House, 59 Front St. — first floor heavily altered
1892 – The Elberon Apts., 180 Hawley St. – demolished
            Meagley House, 35 Front St.
            Tiffany House, 37 Front St. – nearly identical to 35 Front St.
            The Bundy House, 129 Main St.
1893 – Glidden House, 18 Murray St.
            Hawkes House, 8 Murray St.
            O’Conner House, 132 Prospect St., with S.O. Lacey – substantially altered
1894 – Doughan House, 143 Oak St.
            Brown House, 3 Chestnut St.
1895 – Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church, 44 Main St. – with S.O. Lacey
1896 – J. Bartoo House, 15 Crandall St. – altered
            Harding House, 21 Grand Boulevard – with S.O. Lacey
1897 – Crary House, 315 Main St. – demolished (carriage barn remains)
1898 – Bayless House, 79 Main St. – annex added to east front
1900 – West Side Fire Station, 184 Main St. – with H. Sumner Gardner
1901 – Leighton House, 76 Main St. – now American Legion – with H. Sumner Gardner
1902 – Weed House, 163 Main St. – demolished
1904 – A. Bartoo House, 91 Leroy St.
            F.J. Baumann House, 35 Beethoven St.
1905 – Main St. Baptist Church, Main and Chestnuts Sts.
1909 – Remlik Hall (Boating Clubhouse), 2 Tompkins St. – demolished
1912 – Klages House, 47 Riverside Dr.
1913/14 – Cooks Apts., 249 Main St.
1915 – First Presbyterian Church, 2 Main St., Johnson City
1916 – Grace Baptist Church, 33 Howard Ave. – demolished
1917 – Sun Briar Court (Kilmer House), 185 Riverside Dr.
1920 – Clarke House, 93 Riverside Dr. – with E. Dickerman –
               (unrecognizably altered into Beautiful Plains Baptist Church)
1922 – Moffit House, 49 Riverside Dr. – with E. Dickerman
1923 – 154 Laurel Ave., double dwelling
1924 – Daniel S. Dickenson School, Binghamton, with E. Dickerman
1926 – E. Bartoo House, 87 Crestnut Rd., personal home
1927 – Capitol Theater, Binghamton, with E. Dickerman - demolished
1929 – Mrs. Vincent Howards’ private clubhouse, Avon Road
 

 

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