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The A.S. Meineke Home
The English Home

The English home, at 2809 19th St., was built for Dr. O.W. English, a Lubbock surgeon and early co-owner of West Texas Hospital. English practiced medicine in Lubbock for more than 50 years.

The Tudor Revival home was completed in 1938 from a design by W. L. Bradshaw, an architecture professor at Texas Tech.

Exposed half-timbering and steep gabled roofs are charactericts of the Tudor Revival style.

Handmade, oversized Mexican bricks were combined with special mortar to create the illusion of age.

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