Lindsey House Redux

 

 

The Lindsey home was built on Boswell Avenue about 1950.
Photo by W. Clay Crook/The Lexington Progress.

 

Usonian was a word coined by Frank Lloyd Wright to describe American architecture that was free from the strictures of previous building traditions.  The home at 175 Boswell could have easily been one of those creations.  “My dad built the house around 1950.  He saw the photograph in a magazine and that was just all he could think about until he could have it finished,” Patsy Lindsey Kelley said.  “He only had the photo and the floor plans from the magazine.”  But that was all Lenoice Neal “Shorty” Lindsey needed to make his dream come true.   Shorty and Grace Elizabeth Harris Lindsey raised five children in the…

For the complete story, see the April 19th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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