University Courts Historic District

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University Courts Historic District
University Courts Historic District.jpg
Paving blocks on East Eight Street
University Courts Historic District is located in Indiana
University Courts Historic District
University Courts Historic District is located in the US
University Courts Historic District
Location Roughly bounded by 7th St., Indiana Ave., 10th St. & Woodlawn Ave., Bloomington, Indiana
Coordinates 39°10′10.5″N 86°31′27″W / 39.169583°N 86.52417°W / 39.169583; -86.52417Coordinates: 39°10′10.5″N 86°31′27″W / 39.169583°N 86.52417°W / 39.169583; -86.52417
Area 20.1 acres (8.1 ha)
Architect John Nichols (architect); Alfred Grindle; Burns & James; Edwin C. Doeppers & Co.; Merritt Harrison; Lowe & Bollenbacher; Nichols & Nichols
Architectural style Colonial Revival, Classical Revival, Craftsman, Tudor Revival
NRHP reference # 07001308[1][2]
Added to NRHP December 26, 2007

The University Courts Historic District is a historic district and neighborhood in Bloomington, Indiana, United States.

Two duplexes and a house clustered about a central courtyard
Harlos Apartments

Greek houses[edit]

The Sigma Chi house at 601 E. Seventh Street, built in Free Classic style, was enlarged in 1925 by Granger, Lowe & Bollenbacher in a manner sympathetic to the original design.[3]

The northeast corner of Indiana Avenue and Eighth Street was originally the site of a Tudor Revival house built by Maude Showers. Situated on three lots and designed by Carlisle Bollenbacher, the house was sold to Delta Tau Delta and used for a fraternity until destroyed by fire in February 1935. The fraternity rebuilt on the same site. The new house was designed by Burns & James and retained the same placement on the three lots as the original house. The general contractor was Charles A. Pike.[4][5]

Delta Zeta at 809 East Seventh Street was designed by John Nichols in 1923 in the Classical Revival Style. The general contractor was Charles F. Johnson.[6]

Demolished houses[edit]

Before the district was first nominated for the National Register, four houses on the east half of the block bounded by Indiana Avenue, Fess Avenue, Eighth Street and Ninth Street were demolished. Joseph Smith of the Showers Brothers furniture factory engaged John Nichols to build a two story brick Colonial Revival house at 403 North Fess in 1914. J. Neill was the general contractor.[7] Clarence Neill, general contractor, built a house for Charles F. Johnson at 421 North Fess in 1916. Edwin C. Doeppers and Company were the architects.[8] Indiana University’s Mathers Museum of World Cultures and the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology now occupy those two lots, among others.[9]

Table of contributing properties[edit]

Appearing in the table below are the buildings included within the boundaries of the city-designated historic district.[9]

Rating[9] Image Address[9] Year[9] Style[9] Comments
Contributing Seventh Street, 601, Sigma Chi Lambda Chapter House, University Courts.jpg 601 East Seventh Street
39°10′6.68″N 86°31′37.03″W / 39.1685222°N 86.5269528°W / 39.1685222; -86.5269528 (607 East 7th St.)
1906 Georgian Revival Chapter house for Sigma Chi
Notable Seventh Street, 607, University Lutheran Church, University Courts.jpg 607 East Seventh Street
39°10′8″N 86°31′33.6″W / 39.16889°N 86.526000°W / 39.16889; -86.526000 (607 East 7th St.)
1932 Gothic Revival Designed by Alfred Grindle[9]:59
Notable Seventh Street, 703, Student Legal Services House, University Courts.jpg 703 East Seventh Street
39°10′7″N 86°31′32″W / 39.16861°N 86.52556°W / 39.16861; -86.52556 (703 7th St.)
1915 Craftsman
Notable Seventh Street, 705, Henry Lester Smith House, University Courts.jpg 705 East Seventh Street
39°10′7″N 86°31′31″W / 39.16861°N 86.52528°W / 39.16861; -86.52528 (705 7th St.)
1911[10] Spanish Colonial Revival

Dormer Front Bungalow

Attorney Thomas J. Sare engaged architect John Nichols when he built this house.[10][11]
Notable Seventh Street, 715, Louis Hughes House, Latino Cultural Center, University Courts.jpg 715 East Seventh Street
39°10′7″N 86°31′30″W / 39.16861°N 86.52500°W / 39.16861; -86.52500 (715 7th St.)
1925 Tudor Revival

Craftsman

Notable Seventh Street, 719, Thomas Sare House, Canterbury House, University Courts.jpg 719 East Seventh Street
39°10′7″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.16861°N 86.524778°W / 39.16861; -86.524778 (719 7th St.)
1924[12] Spanish Mission Revival Attorney Thomas J. Sare engaged architect John Nichols when building this house.[12][13]
Contributing Seventh Street, 801, Applied Health Science Annex, University Courts.jpg 801 East Seventh Street
39°10′7″N 86°31′28″W / 39.16861°N 86.52444°W / 39.16861; -86.52444 (801 7th St.)
1920 Tudor Revival
Contributing Eighth Street, 601, Mathers Museum, University Courts.jpg 601 East Eighth Street
39°10′10.8″N 86°31′36″W / 39.169667°N 86.52667°W / 39.169667; -86.52667 (601 8th St.)
1935 Georgian Revival This building was designed by Indianapolis architects Burns & James and built by Charles A. Pike for Delta Tau Delta fraternity.[4] Their previous house on this site was destroyed by fire.[5]
Contributing Eighth Street, 622-624, Becovitz House, University Courts.jpg 622-624 East Eighth Street
39°10′9.3″N 86°31′33.″W / 39.169250°N 86.52583°W / 39.169250; -86.52583 (622-624 8th St.)
1916[14] Tudor Revival

Craftsman

John T. Schuman built two duplexes at 8th and Fess (see 315-317 N. Fess Ave.). Edwin C. Doeppers was listed as architect.[14]
Contributing Eighth Street, 701, Center for Archaeology in the Public Interest, University Courts.jpg 701 East Eighth Street
39°10′10.8″N 86°31′32″W / 39.169667°N 86.52556°W / 39.169667; -86.52556 (701 8th St.)
1914[15] Prairie Style

Foursquare

Built for Herman Grant by general contractor J. O. White. Edwin C. Doeppers was listed as architect in the construction press.[15]
Contributing Eighth Street, 707, Ward Johnson House, University Courts.jpg 707 East Eighth Street
39°10′10.8″N 86°31′31.5″W / 39.169667°N 86.525417°W / 39.169667; -86.525417 (707 8th St.)
1922 Colonial Revival John Nichols designed this house for Ward Johnson of Johnson Creamery.[9]:59
Notable Eighth Street, 712, McNutt House, University Courts.jpg 712 East Eighth Street
39°10′9.3″N 86°31′31″W / 39.169250°N 86.52528°W / 39.169250; -86.52528 (712 8th St.)
1916[16] California Bungalow Architect John Nichols was engaged by Herman Bowman of the Bowman-King Stone Co. to build this house.[16]
Contributing Eighth Street, 713, University Courts.jpg 713 East Eighth Street
39°10′9.3″N 86°31′31″W / 39.169250°N 86.52528°W / 39.169250; -86.52528 (713 8th St.)
1916[17] Colonial Revival

Foursquare

Dr. J. C. Vermilya engaged engineer Edwin C. Doeppers when building this house.[17]
Contributing Eighth Street, 715-717, Feltus Duplex, University Courts.jpg 715-717 East Eighth Street
39°10′10.8″N 86°31′29.5″W / 39.169667°N 86.524861°W / 39.169667; -86.524861 (715-717 8th St.)
1915[18] Arts and Crafts Originally built by Thomas J. Sare, who contracted with John Murphy for masonry and Alex Robinson for carpentry to build two duplexes at 8th & Park (see 405-407 N. Park Ave.). Nichols & Nichols were architects.[18][19][20][21][22]
Contributing Eighth Street, 718-720, Bowman House, University Courts.jpg 718-720 East Eighth Street
39°10′9.3″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.169250°N 86.524778°W / 39.169250; -86.524778 (718-720 8th St.)
1924[23] Craftsman

Foursquare

John Nichols was architect for this house built by general contractor J. O. White for Herman Bowman of Bowman-King Stone Co.[23]
Contributing Eighth Street, 802, University Courts.jpg 802 East Eighth Street
39°10′9.3″N 86°31′28″W / 39.169250°N 86.52444°W / 39.169250; -86.52444 (802 8th St.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Contributing Eighth Street, 803, UGS and GSO and McNair, University Courts.jpg 803 East Eighth Street
39°10′10.8″N 86°31′27.3″W / 39.169667°N 86.524250°W / 39.169667; -86.524250 (803 8th St.)
1913[24] Prairie Style

Colonial Revival

Built by general contractor W. S. Delapp for Monroe County treasurer Joseph D. Hensley. Nichols & Nichols were the architects.[24]
Contributing Eighth Street, 804, University Courts.jpg 804 East Eighth Street
39°10′9.3″N 86°31′27.3″W / 39.169250°N 86.524250°W / 39.169250; -86.524250 (804 8th St.)
1930 Craftsman

Front Gabled Bungalow

Contributing Eighth Street, 809, Applied Health Science Annex, University Courts.jpg 809 East Eighth Street
39°10′10.8″N 86°31′26.4″W / 39.169667°N 86.524000°W / 39.169667; -86.524000 (809 8th St.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Contributing Eighth Street, 812, Elizabeth Sage House, University Courts.jpg 812 East Eighth Street
39°10′9.3″N 86°31′26.5″W / 39.169250°N 86.524028°W / 39.169250; -86.524028 (812 8th St.)
1922 Carpenter Builder

Cottage

Contributing Eighth Street, 815, WIUX-LP Studios, University Courts.jpg 815 East Eighth Street
39°10′10.8″N 86°31′26″W / 39.169667°N 86.52389°W / 39.169667; -86.52389 (815 8th St.)
1923[25] Colonial Revival Built by general contractor Joe Neill and Son for the jeweler Ray Wingert and his wife Leafy. John Nichols was architect.[25]
Contributing Eighth Street, 816-820, University Courts.jpg 816-820 East Eighth Street
39°10′9.3″N 86°31′26″W / 39.169250°N 86.52389°W / 39.169250; -86.52389 (816-820 8th St.)
1925 Craftsman

American Foursquare

Notable Eighth Street, 825, India Studies Program, University Courts.jpg 825 East Eighth Street
39°10′10.8″N 86°31′25.2″W / 39.169667°N 86.523667°W / 39.169667; -86.523667 (825 8th St.)
1921[26] Prairie Style Alfred Grindle drew plans for Indiana University football coach Ewald O. Stiehm, who let contracts and supervised construction himself.[26][27]
Contributing Ninth Street, 708, University Courts.jpg 708 East Ninth Street
39°10′13″N 86°31′32″W / 39.17028°N 86.52556°W / 39.17028; -86.52556 (708 9th St.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Contributing Ninth Street, 710-712, University Courts.jpg 710-712 East Ninth Street
39°10′13″N 86°31′31.2″W / 39.17028°N 86.525333°W / 39.17028; -86.525333 (710 9th St.)
1930 Craftsman

American Foursquare

Contributing Ninth Street, 714, University Courts.jpg 714 East Ninth Street
39°10′13″N 86°31′30.4″W / 39.17028°N 86.525111°W / 39.17028; -86.525111 (714 9th St.)
1916[14] Craftsman

American Foursquare

Doeppers & Co. let contracts to Clarence Neill for masonry and George Torrence for carpentry when Willis Akins had this house built.[14]
Contributing Ninth Street, 716, University Courts.jpg 716 East Ninth Street
39°10′13″N 86°31′29.6″W / 39.17028°N 86.524889°W / 39.17028; -86.524889 (716 9th St.)
1930 Craftsman

American Foursquare

Contributing Ninth Street, 801, University Courts.jpg 801 East Ninth Street
39°10′13.8″N 86°31′28″W / 39.170500°N 86.52444°W / 39.170500; -86.52444 (801 9th St.)
1920 Craftsman

Cross Gable Bungalow

Contributing Ninth Street, 809, University Courts.jpg 809 East Ninth Street
39°10′13.8″N 86°31′27″W / 39.170500°N 86.52417°W / 39.170500; -86.52417 (809 9th St.)
1920 Craftsman
Contributing Tenth Street, 702, Kenneth Williams House, University Courts.jpg 702 East Tenth Street
39°10′17.4″N 86°31′32″W / 39.171500°N 86.52556°W / 39.171500; -86.52556 (702 10th St.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Contributing Tenth Street, 704, Walter W. Allen House, University Courts.jpg 704 East Tenth Street
39°10′17.4″N 86°31′31″W / 39.171500°N 86.52528°W / 39.171500; -86.52528 (704 10th St.)
1930 Dutch Colonial Revival
Contributing Fess Avenue, 315-317, University Courts.jpg 315-317 North Fess Avenue
39°10′8.5″N 86°31′33.5″W / 39.169028°N 86.525972°W / 39.169028; -86.525972 (315-317 Fess Ave.)
1916[14] Tudor Revival

Craftsman

John T. Schuman built two duplexes at 8th and Fess (see 622-624 E. Eighth St.). Edwin C. Doeppers was listed as architect.[14]
Contributing Fess Avenue, 406, University Courts.jpg 406 North Fess Avenue
39°10′11.6″N 86°31′32″W / 39.169889°N 86.52556°W / 39.169889; -86.52556 (406 Fess Ave.)
1915[28] Bungalow

Foursquare

Built by general contractor Val Hatfield as a rental property for Herman Grant (see 701 E. 8th). E. C. Doeppers and Company where the architects.[28][29]
Contributing Fess Avenue, 422, University Courts.jpg 422 North Fess Avenue
39°10′13″N 86°31′32″W / 39.17028°N 86.52556°W / 39.17028; -86.52556 (422 Fess Ave.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Notable Fess Avenue, 504, Folklore and Ethnomusicology offices, autumn, University Courts.jpg 504 North Fess Avenue
39°10′14.5″N 86°31′32″W / 39.170694°N 86.52556°W / 39.170694; -86.52556 (504 Fess Ave.)
1917[30] Colonial Revival

Tudor Revival

Indianapolis architect Merritt Harrison designed this house for Indiana University professor Wm. F. Book.[30][31]
Contributing Fess Avenue, 505, Tunie Buskirk House, University Courts.jpg 505 North Fess Avenue
39°10′15″N 86°31′33.5″W / 39.17083°N 86.525972°W / 39.17083; -86.525972 (505 Fess Ave.)
1920 Colonial Revival

Foursquare

Notable Fess Avenue, 506-508, Book House, University Courts.jpg 506-508 North Fess Avenue
39°10′15″N 86°31′32″W / 39.17083°N 86.52556°W / 39.17083; -86.52556 (506 Fess Ave.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Notable Fess Avenue, 509-513, Harlos Court Apartments, University Courts.jpg 509-513 North Fess Avenue
39°10′15.5″N 86°31′33.5″W / 39.170972°N 86.525972°W / 39.170972; -86.525972 (509-513 Fess Ave.)
1925 Spanish Colonial Revival Designed by Cecil and Inez Harlos[9]:58
Notable Fess Avenue, 510-512, Center for Research on Concepts and Cognition, University Courts.jpg 510-512 North Fess Avenue
39°10′15.6″N 86°31′32″W / 39.171000°N 86.52556°W / 39.171000; -86.52556 (510 Fess Ave.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Contributing Fess Avenue, 514, Geiger-Robinson House, University Courts.jpg 514 North Fess Avenue
39°10′16″N 86°31′32″W / 39.17111°N 86.52556°W / 39.17111; -86.52556 (514 Fess Ave.)
1930 Tudor Revival
Notable Fess Avenue, 515, Harlos Court Apartments, University Courts.jpg 515 North Fess Avenue
39°10′16″N 86°31′33.5″W / 39.17111°N 86.525972°W / 39.17111; -86.525972 (515 Fess Ave.)
1925 Spanish Colonial Revival Designed by Cecil and Inez Harlos[9]:58
Contributing Fess Avenue, 516, University Courts.jpg 516 North Fess Avenue
39°10′16.5″N 86°31′32″W / 39.171250°N 86.52556°W / 39.171250; -86.52556 (516 Fess Ave.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Contributing Fess Avenue, 517, University Courts.jpg 517 North Fess Avenue
39°10′16.5″N 86°31′33.5″W / 39.171250°N 86.525972°W / 39.171250; -86.525972 (517 Fess Ave.)
1925 Colonial Revival Designed by John Nichols[9]:60
Contributing Fess Avenue, 519, University Courts.jpg 519 North Fess Avenue
39°10′17″N 86°31′33.5″W / 39.17139°N 86.525972°W / 39.17139; -86.525972 (519 Fess Ave.)
1915 Foursquare
Contributing Fess Avenue, 520, University Courts.jpg 520 North Fess Avenue
39°10′17″N 86°31′32″W / 39.17139°N 86.52556°W / 39.17139; -86.52556 (520 Fess Ave.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Contributing Fess Avenue, 525, University Courts.jpg 525 North Fess Avenue
39°10′17.5″N 86°31′33.5″W / 39.171528°N 86.525972°W / 39.171528; -86.525972 (525 Fess Ave.)
1920 Foursquare
Contributing Indiana Avenue, 422, American Indian Studies Research Institute, University Courts.jpg 422 North Indiana Avenue
39°10′13.2″N 86°31′36.3″W / 39.170333°N 86.526750°W / 39.170333; -86.526750 (422 Indiana Dr.)
1912[32] Dutch Colonial Revival The Chicago firm of Lowe & Bollenbacher drew plans for a residence for department store owner Wyatt W. Wicks, who originally intended to take bids himself.[33] But, later John Nichols took bids for Wicks.[32]
Contributing Indiana Avenue, 502, University Courts.jpg 502 North Indiana Avenue
39°10′14″N 86°31′36.3″W / 39.17056°N 86.526750°W / 39.17056; -86.526750 (502 Indiana Dr.)
1915 Foursquare
Contributing Indiana Avenue, 506, University Courts.jpg 506 North Indiana Avenue
39°10′14.7″N 86°31′36.3″W / 39.170750°N 86.526750°W / 39.170750; -86.526750 (506 Indiana Dr.)
1913[34] Craftsman

Foursquare

Built by general contractor J. O. White for Dr. A. M. Snyder. The firm of Nichols & Nichols was listed as the architect.[34]
Contributing Park Avenue, 309-311, Indiana University Statistics House, University Courts.jpg 309-311 North Park Avenue
39°10′8″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.16889°N 86.524778°W / 39.16889; -86.524778 (309 Park Ave.)
1924[35] Colonial Revival This duplex was designed by Alfred Grindle for Allen Buskirk.[35]
Contributing Park Avenue, 310-312, Zora Clevenger House, University Courts.jpg 310-312 North Park Avenue
39°10′8″N 86°31′28″W / 39.16889°N 86.52444°W / 39.16889; -86.52444 (310 Park Ave.)
1924[36] Colonial Revival Edwin C. Doeppers drew plans for Almer Henry, who originally intended to take bids himself.[36] He later engaged John L. Nichols to take bids and supervise construction.[37]
Contributing Park Avenue, 402, Center for Integrative Study of Behavior, Greek House, University Courts.jpg 402 North Park Avenue
39°10′10.8″N 86°31′28″W / 39.169667°N 86.52444°W / 39.169667; -86.52444 (402 Park Ave.)
1920 Georgian Revival
Notable Park Avenue, 405-407, Feltus Duplex, University Courts.jpg 405-407 North Park Avenue
39°10′11.6″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.169889°N 86.524778°W / 39.169889; -86.524778 (405-407 Park Ave.)
1915[18] Craftsman

Tudor Revival

Originally built by Thomas J. Sare, who contracted with John Murphy for masonry and Alex Robinson for carpentry to build two duplexes at 8th & Park (see 715-717 E. Eighth St.). Nichols & Nichols were architects.[18][19][20][21][22]
Contributing Park Avenue, 409, University Courts.jpg 409 North Park Avenue
39°10′12″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.17000°N 86.524778°W / 39.17000; -86.524778 (409 Park Ave.)
1928 Tudor Revival

English Cottage Revival

Contributing Park Avenue, 410, CSMC and Stat Math Center and ISCC, University Courts.jpg 410 North Park Avenue
39°10′12″N 86°31′28″W / 39.17000°N 86.52444°W / 39.17000; -86.52444 (410 Park Ave.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Contributing Park Avenue, 415, University Courts.jpg 415 North Park Avenue
39°10′12.6″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.170167°N 86.524778°W / 39.170167; -86.524778 (415 Park Ave.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Contributing Park Avenue, 421, University Courts.jpg 421 North Park Avenue
39°10′13.2″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.170333°N 86.524778°W / 39.170333; -86.524778 (421 Park Ave.)
1925 Craftsman

Foursquare

Contributing Park Avenue, 501, Ellis Johnson House, University Courts.jpg 501 North Park Avenue
39°10′14″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.17056°N 86.524778°W / 39.17056; -86.524778 (501 Park Ave.)
1922 Craftsman

Bungalow

Contributing Park Avenue, 505, Workshop Park 4, University Courts.jpg 505 North Park Avenue
39°10′14.5″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.170694°N 86.524778°W / 39.170694; -86.524778 (505 Park Ave.)
1930 Colonial Revival

American Foursquare

Notable Park Avenue, 513, Workshop Park 1, Hoadley House, University Courts.jpg 513 North Park Avenue
39°10′16″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.17111°N 86.524778°W / 39.17111; -86.524778 (513 Park Ave.)
1926 Tudor Revival
Notable Park Avenue, 515, Workshop Park 2, University Courts.jpg 515 North Park Avenue
39°10′16.5″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.171250°N 86.524778°W / 39.171250; -86.524778 (515 Park Ave.)
1930 Colonial Revival Designed by John L. Nichols[9]:60
Contributing Park Avenue, 521, Workshop Park 3, University Courts.jpg 521 North Park Avenue
39°10′17″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.17139°N 86.524778°W / 39.17139; -86.524778 (521 Park Ave.)
1920 Colonial Revival
Contributing Park Avenue, 525-527, University Courts.jpg 525-527 North Park Avenue
39°10′17.4″N 86°31′29.2″W / 39.171500°N 86.524778°W / 39.171500; -86.524778 (525-527 Park Ave.)
1925 American Foursquare
Contributing Woodlawn Avenue, 309, Applied Health Science Annex, University Courts.jpg 309 North Woodlawn Avenue
39°10′8″N 86°31′25″W / 39.16889°N 86.52361°W / 39.16889; -86.52361 (309 Woodlawn Ave.)
1930 Colonial Revival
Contributing Woodlawn Avenue, 321, O'Harrow House, University Courts.jpg 321 North Woodlawn Avenue
39°10′9.3″N 86°31′25″W / 39.169250°N 86.52361°W / 39.169250; -86.52361 (321 Woodlawn Ave.)
1935 Colonial Revival Originally named the O'Harrow House, it is now the Indiana University School of Journalism Annex.
Contributing University Courts Bloomington IN 841 N Woodlawn.JPG 441 North Woodlawn Avenue
39°10′9.3″N 86°31′25″W / 39.169250°N 86.52361°W / 39.169250; -86.52361 (441 Woodlawn Ave.)
1935 Tudor Revival This building was designed by Indianapolis architects Burns & James and built by Charles A. Pike for Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.[4]

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