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The Craig Home

The Craig Home, at 2321 18th St., is a Tudor Revival-style brick home built in 1929 for William M. and Elizabeth Cox Craig.

Details of the home include a steep gabled roof, arched doorways, chimney details and other distinctive features.

The home was built by Lubbock contractors H.L. Gowin and M.G. Bowles for $7, 905. One of Texas Tech’s earliest and longest-tenured professors, Craig taught at Tech from 1926 to 1958.

The home was purchased in 1989 by Evelyn Branch and Roxanna Cummings.


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