Edward & Lucrecia Bradley House

Bradley House (1904). (Image: Duluth Preservation Alliance.)
2229 East 1st Street | Architects: William T. Bray & Peter M. Olsen | Built: 1904 | Extant

One of the few East End homes William Bray did not design with the help of Carl Nystrom, this massive Georgian Colonial Revival style house has fluted columns and pilasters, Greek Key designs over the windows, a classically decorated portico, and a gambrel roof. Edward Bradley was a lumberman who first logged Michigan’s Northern Peninsula before coming to Northeast Minnesota in the early 1880s to organized the logging firm of Bradley and Handford.