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000-2633 Earle Micajah Winslow House

Earle Micajah Winslow House
Photo credit: EHT Traceries, 2008

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VLR Listing Date 12/16/2010

NRHP Listing Date 02/22/2011

NRHP Reference Number 11000028

The Earle M. Winslow House in Arlington County, is an excellent example of the Streamline Moderne architectural style. Constructed in 1940, the single-family dwelling was one of nine extant Streamline Moderne-style houses in Arlington at the time of its listing. Along with its eight counterparts, the Winslow House contrasts sharply with the substantial number of Colonial Revival-style and ranch houses constructed in the residential communities that rapidly arose in the county during the mid-20th century when the federal government expanded its workforce. Earle M. Winslow, an economist who was with the U.S. Tariff Commission, traveled extensively throughout Europe where he became familiar with modernistic architecture and the Streamline Moderne.

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VLR: Virginia Landmarks Register
NPS: National Park Service
NRHP: National Register of Historic Places
NHL: National Historic Landmark

Updated: July 8, 2022