Address:

7101 Apple Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Year Bulit:

1894

House Style:

Queen Anne

Orginal Owner:

Captain William Ward

Architect:

Unknown

Square Feet:

7074

Bedrooms:

4

Building Material:

Wood

Foundation Type:

Not Available

Roof Type:

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Acres:

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Home Timeline

  • 1894
    7101 Apple Street was built
  • Mary Cardwell Mary Dawson
    Moved In Jul 1944

     

  • Jul 1944

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    in the 1940s when opera singer Mary Cardwell Dawson rented space there for the National Negro Opera Company. It was home to the National Negro Opera Company – the first permanent African-American opera company in the nation (Pittsburg City Paper)

  • Jul 1952

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    Front

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  • Mary Cardwell Mary Dawson
    Moved Out Mar 1962

     

  • Mar 2019

    Indoors

    Spring

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    Kitchen

    Pre-rehab (via Architectural Afterlife)

  • Mar 2019

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    Living Room

    Pre-rehab (via Architectural Afterlife)

  • Sep 2020

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    In 2020, the National Trust for Historic Preservation added the building to its annual list of America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places. (Wikipedia)

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