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The beautiful residence of John M. Henderson, 3815 Ingomar street, Chevy Chase, was purchased last week by Frances H. Brady, through the realty firm of Hartung & Gibbons, at a consideration of $17,000. This property, which consists of a 12-room and 3-bath house with a double garage, is situated at one of the highest elevations in this subdivision.-- News item, The Washington Post, Oct. 12, 1919
Washington, D.C., circa 1919. "Star, 3815 Ingomar, Chevy Chase." 6x8 inch glass negative, National Photo Company Collection. View full size.