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William F. & Dollie Carter House 3569 Utah Street


The 1919 William F. & Dollie Carter House is an excellent example of a California Craftsman Bungalow. Alexander Schreiber, who built the home, was responsible for constructing several large apartment buildings on the West side of Balboa Park following WWI. Over his career, he resided and worked in North Park, South Park, Burlingame and Mission Hills. The Carter House is located on Utah Street, in a section of North Park that contains many well-preserved early twentieth century middle-to-upper income single-family residences. William Carter, the first owner, was employed as a packer at the Rockwell Air International Depot in the 1920s and became a house painter in the late 1930s.


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