City Directories and History: 1925 – Samuel N. Johnson, J. Mitchell Johnson, (Pres. of Federal Tax Service Co.) 1936 – David W. Hunter, 1946 – Willis D. Hunter, 1963 – Presbyterian Westminster House
The Herald reported on Feb. 21, 1924 – “that a house is being constructed on the corner of Oakland and Stewart by E.D. Bowers for Mrs. Sam Johnson, Jr., the architect is A.D. Gilchrist. ” (An image of this house was pictured in the Herald at the time of the article’s publication.)
The Herald reported on April 9, 1925 -“Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson, Jr., and family moved yesterday into their new home on the corner of Oakland and Stewart Avenues. The residence, recently completed, is a handsome two story brick structure.” The Johnson family had previously lived at 101 Clay Street (Charlotte Ave.) via the 1922 Rock Hill City Directories)
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