This is a photo of a house in Salem, Oregon, taken by Bob Koval in 1978 as part of a CETA grant project to make a photographic record of historic Salem homes. This house, constructed in c.1912, is located at 850 E Street NE. The architectural characteristics of this two story house with basement include a dual sloped hipped main roof, a hipped entry facade dormer, a dual sloped gable end, a side dormer, rectangular form with formal facade organization, wood frame construction with thin weatherboard siding, tapered entry porch columns on brick bases and one over one double hung sash windows. There is a front lawn with bushes and shrubs in the front and on the sides of the house. The architectural style is the Colonial Revival and Vernacular style.
Salem, Oregon; house; E Street; Two story house; basement; hipped roof; gable end; dormer; siding; entry porch; columns; brick foundation; double hung windows; Colonial Revival Style; vernacular style