The Harper Fowlkes House, né Champion-McAlpin House, is a recognized historical site thanks to entrepreneur and antiques collector, Alida Harper Fowlkes. Located at 230 Barnard Street, in the southeastern trust lot, the building was designed by the architect Charles Cluskey in 1844 for Aaron Champion. He then bequeathed it to his daughter, Maria (Mrs. James W.) McAlpin.
Then in 1939, Alida Harper Fowlkes bought the property via auction for $9,000. [$191,856.04 – 2022] At the time Fowlkes also owned the She owned The Olde Pink House, ne Georgian Tea Room, on Reynolds Square.
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