The Waid-Coleman House
9332 S. Damen Avenue
1894, Daniel Everett Waid - architect
remodeled to current state in 1906 by Henry K. Holsman
Queen Anne - architectural style

This house was originally built for the architect Daniel Everett Waid, who was employed by the firm of Jenney and Mundie.  The house originally was Queen Anne in style and not symmetrical, according to reports based on old photographs.  Yet Charles Coleman had Henry Holsman remodel the house.  It was probably at this time that the house attained the symmetry that is seen in the photograph.  Charles Coleman was also a noted civic leader.  The home was later owned by Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.