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A Last Look at the Marshall Home, 1957

A view from 1185 Second 1952.
A view from 1185 Second 1952. This and the photo below were taken by my father
for Louise Marshall to send to her niece Ada Foucar in Boston. IP FB

A last view of 1185.
A last view of 1185. Compare this with the 1902 image of Professor Foucar's newly
completed house. Always thinking of giving service to others, she wrote, "after I am
gone the house would make a good day nursery for working mothers." Unfortunately
it became a parking lot. IP FB

In December 2007, the site of Louise Foucar Marshall's home is a path between the Harvill Building and Speech and Hearing Sciences. PPS
In December 2007, the site of Louise Foucar Marshall's home is a path between
the Harvill Building and Speech and Hearing Sciences. PPS

A view toward Old Main, 2007
A view toward Old Main, 2007 Fifty-five years had gone by since my father took a
picture. The trees have changed so that Old Main can be seen, but the back of Yuma Hall
looks the same. PPS

Marshall Terrace Aparatments, 1952.
Marshall Terrace Aparatments, 1952. Louise Foucar Marshall's first building project was
her home on Rincon Road, now Second Street. Her last building project, University Terrace,
was located beside her her home. University Terrace was the name Mose Drachman gave
to his subdivision on the 1906 map. IP

A U-shaped building with about a dozen studio units.
A U-shaped building with about a dozen studio units. The University used it
for office space so it is sometimes listed as a University building. IP

The north side of the Terrace
The north side of the Terrace. IP

Palm Road, 2007. All that is left now is a short piece of road that leads to a parking lot.
Palm Road, 2007, where Marshall Terrace once stood. All that is left now is a short piece of
road that leads to a parking lot. SJG

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