This Tudor house was built circa 1929, and designed by architect Herbert Spieler. The English cottages which influenced this design were much smaller in size. The "half-timbering" detailing in the gable ends comes from the ancient practice of splitting a crooked tree to form the structure of the house with the infill panels often being rubble or stone. Earl Pope worked in sales for Eby-Loser, a wholesale confectioner. His wife was Caroyl.