North of Bryn Mawr Avenue, nearly every building was built of brick. There’s many examples of mock-Tudor and English-style architectural design. The earliest apartment buildings date back to the mid-1920s, but most homes were built in the years just before or after WWII, except for the 1950s-era split-levels on Kimball and Jersey. There’s barely any new construction, so this neighhborhood looks much as it did when I lived there in the 1960s.
This is known as the Dr. Philip Weintraub House, 3252 W. Victoria. It was built in 1940-41 by Andrew Rebori and Edgar Miller. Dr. Weintraub, like many newcomers to the Hollywood Park neighborhood, migrated from the Jewish West Side. Dr. Weintraub was a dentist, and his office had been in the North Lawndale neighborhood. When he built his new home on this corner lot, he planned to include space for a dental office.