Harold and Josephine Bradley House II
2914 Oxford Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53705-2220

Purcell & Elmslie, 1914

William Purcell, in his Parabiographies, says that the Bradleys had “house-building fever… they thought [the first, Sullivan-designed house] too large and inconvenient and wanted to ‘move to the country,’ although the first house could hardly be said to be even in the suburbs.” The Bradleys constructed a $35,000 house in Shorewood, and later added a wing on the west end of the house with servants’ rooms.





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