708 CLARY – COLONIAL REVIVAL
One and one-half story Cape Cod revival house. Brick facades, with a steep, low gable brushing the first floor front window. Large scale brick chimney on gable side. Three frame dormers across front. Has a wide extended arcade porch over front entry, and on intersecting one story wing to the left, with a bowed bay. Windows on first floor and gable side all have non-functional shutters. One of a group of several fraternity and sorority houses built and owned by the college for the use of the undergraduate Greek letter social clubs, the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority house was built in the 1950s. Converted to other college uses following the decline of Greek letter societies in the 1960s.
722 CLARY – VERNACULAR
Two story plus attic stucco Prairie / Western Stick. Constructed about 1910, the asbestos siding was added about 1960; exposed rafters under open eaves; dormer in attic, hip roof. Cut limestone foundation, two story bay and two story enclosed porch to rear.
811 CLARY -TUDOR REVIVAL
This two story English cottage has a clipped gable roof with two dormers interrupting the eave line with similar clipped gables. The dormers balance the two lower sets of French doors. Porch hood also contains similar clipped gable style. Entire house is wood shingled. Built about 1925.
912 CLARY – AMERICAN FOURSQUARE
An early 20th century vernacular house, this frame two-story structure is cubic and unornamented except for a projecting bay. A dormer window extends from the hip roof. Constructed about 1910.