City Directories and History: 1925 – Rudgely M. Calhoun (Blanche), Blanche Calhoun (Calhoun Drug Company), Roland Calhoun, Frank D. Calhoun, 1936 – Rudgely M. Calhoun, 1946 – Blanche Calhoun, 1963 – Mary J. Calhoun, Mrs. Pauline S. Johnson
Julian S. Starr, one of Rock Hill’s early 20th century contractors – designers is attributed with the construction of this home. His career spanned a period of building from 1902-1931.
The Herald reported on July 3, 1925 – “Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Calhoun and family have moved into the residence on Oakland Ave., recently purchased from Max Bryant.” Mr. Calhoun was a principle in the Calhoun Drugstore in downtown Rock Hill along with other family members, where he worked as a druggist.
The Herald reported on July 22, 1925 – “That W.A. Anderson is offering his home on Oakland Ave., for sale and is moving to Florida.”
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