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1889. Lewis T. Brooke. Likely located at 138 Patton Ln, Radnor, PA. Extant.

"Minerva Parker is now working on the drawings for a stone dwelling at Radnor, PA for Louis T. Brooke. The house will be finished in hard-woods on the first floor." (1889) "A three-story stone residence for Lewis T. Brooke, erected at Radnor, PA." (1890) Brooke had an office as a real estate broker in 14 S. Broad Street - the same building as E.W. Thorne's architectural practice (where Minerva Parker apprenticed) and, later, Minerva Parker's independent practice.