Union Street

103 Union Street (BD-336) -- (listed as 101) Ca. 1970. St. Stanislaus Campus Dormitory. 2-story brick dormitory with flat roof. (I) 
111 Union Street (BD-337) -- (listed as 105) Ca. 1935. 1-story 3x3-bay hip-roofed house with additions and modernized windows. (C)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
115 Union Street (BD-338) -- Ca. 1935. 1-story L-plan gable-roofed house with exposed rafter-tails.  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
117 Union Street (BD-339) -- Ca. 1910. Queen Anne with Gothic details. 1-story 3x2-bay gable-roofed house with 1-bay undercut porch which has been altered, and a polygonal bay on the front elevations. Bay has angled window brackets and terminates in a steep gable ornamented with a louvered Gothic-arched opening and shingles.  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
122 Union Street (BD-335) -- Ca. 1930 with modernizations. 2-bay shiplap-sided building with hip roof. (M)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
201 Union Street (BD-340) -- Ca. 1930. 1-story 3x5-bay front-gable house with undercut entrance porch. Lattice and pyramidal column on stucco pier. (C) 
202 Union Street (BD-334) -- Ca. 1925 with later alterations. 1-story 4x3-bay gable-roofed house with brick veneer. (M) 
203 Union Street (BD-341) -- Ca. 1920. 1-story 3x2-bay gable-roofed house with modernization. Undercut porch partially enclosed. (M) 
204 Union Street (BD-333) -- Ca. 1950. 1-story 2x7-bay shotgun cottage with front gable orientation and undercut gallery. (M) 
205 Union Street (BD-342) -- Ca. 1915. 2-story clapboard house with unusual massing. Main block seems to be a 2-story polygonal bay with a gable roof. This been enclosed by a 4-bay brick prairie school-style porch with a hip roof. Torn down August 2006.  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
206 Union Street (BD-332) -- Ca. 1850. Greek Revival style. 1-story gable-roofed cottage with 5-bay façade. Main entrance in central, double-leafed with sidelight and transom. Eaved architrave splayed at bottom. 2 secondary entrances onto porch. Squared posts with capitals. (P) 
207 Union Street (BD-343) -- Ca. 1860 with circa 1900 alterations. 2-story 4x9-bay hip-roofed house with 2-story undercut gallery. Turned posts and scroll-sawn balustrade. Colonial Revival door surround. (C) 
208 Union Street (BD-331) -- Ca. 1930. Bungalow style. 1-story gabled-roofed house with 4-bay façade and undercut gallery. 2 entrances in center bays. Gallery supported by pyramidal box columns on rusticated concrete block piers. (C) 
210 Union Street (BD-330) -- Ca. 1900. 1-story 3x5-bay gable-roofed house with polygonal bay on corner. Central entrance with transom and sidelights. Aluminum siding and replaced porch posts. (C) 
211 Union Street (BD-344) -- Ca. 1870. 1-story Creole cottage with gable roof, undercut gallery and 4-bay façade with 2 entrances in middle bays. Central chimney. Wooden posts with capital moldings. (P)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
212 Union Street (BD-329) -- Ca. 1920. 1-story 3x3-bay shotgun cottage with central entrance, gable-on-hip roof and undercut gallery. Ionic columns. (C) 
213 Union Street (BD-345) -- Ca. 1870 with ca. 1925 alterations. 1-story gable-roofed house with 4-bay façade. 2 entrances in middle bay. Undercut gallery supported by bungalow-style tapered columns on rusticated concrete block piers. (C) 
214 Union Street (BD-328) -- Ca. 1900. 1½-story Creole cottage. Original roof pitch changed when½-story added. (C) 
217 Union Street (BD-346) -- Ca. 1900 with modernizations. 1-story 3x4-bay gable-on-hip-roofed house with central entrance and undercut gallery. Brick veneer on porch. 
300 Union Street (BD-413) -- Ca. 1935. 1-story 1x2-bay garage or shop building constructed of rusticated concrete block with a gable roof.  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
301 Union Street (BD-414) -- Date undetermined. 1-story gable-roofed frame cottage with undercut gallery. (M)  (No longer standing)
303 Union Street (BD-415) -- Ca. 1922. Meeting Hall. (The One Hundred Men Club). 1-story gable-on-hip-roofed frame structure with side addition. Central entrance. Exposed rafter-tails. Roof extends lower over entrance bay and is supported on posts. Double-leaf doors with transom. (P) 
304 Union Street (BD-412) -- Ca. 1940. 1-story 2x3-bay stucco cottage with front gable orientation and paired front windows. Original porch replaced with modern metal porch. Burned in 2005.  (No longer standing)
305 Union Street (BD-416) -- Ca. 1935. 1-story 3x3-bay front-gabled house with exposed rafter-tails. Modernized. (M) 
306 Union Street (BD-411) -- Ca. 1940. 1-story 2x3-bay stucco cottage with front gable orientation and paired front windows. Original porch replaced with modern metal porch. Burned in 2005.  (No longer standing)
307 Union Street (BD-417) -- Ca. 1930. Bungalow style with intersecting gables. Exposed rafter-tails. 1-bay undercut porch. (C) 
308 Union Street (BD-410) -- Ca. 1940. 1-story 2x3-bay stucco cottage with front gable orientation and paired front windows. Original wooden porch. 
309 Union Street (BD-418) -- Ca. 1935. 1-story 2x3-bay shotgun with front-gable orientation and front-gabled porch. Exposed rafter-tails. (C) 
310 Union Street (BD-409) -- Ca. 1940. 1-story 2x3-bay stucco cottage with front gable orientation and paired front windows. Original wooden porch. 
311 Union Street (BD-419) -- Ca. 1910. Colonial Revival. 1-story shotgun with gable roof, front-gable orientation with undercut gallery. Semi-circular louvered opening in gable. (C) Burned in 2005.  (No longer standing)
312 Union Street (BD-408) -- Ca. ? Same as 0407 but with screened porch and side L. (I can find no 0407 Union listed. CHG) 
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