Summary: Donor loaned an Abstract of Title for the Naylor-Moses-Love House in the Fairmount National Historic District. The Archives digitized and returned the land record to the donor.

Digital File

  • Abstract of Title, 1717 Hurley Avenue, Naylor-Moses-Love House, 1850-1949; 2021 (image shown).  Follow the link to view 226 PDFs from Naylor-Moses House Abstract.  
  • Built in 1910 by wealthy ranch man John Naylor, this unique Fairmount house sports large ionic squat columns, wide eaves with notched rafter-tails, wavy knee braces, and half-timbering.
  • It was purchased by Russian immigrant Wolff Moses and his wife, Rachel, in 1919, suffered a fire, and was remodeled to resemble a New York apartment house. It was purchased by John F. Ladd August 2020. As of 2022, it remains as an apartment house.
  • Accessibility Notice: Due to the age and complexity of the original materials, these linked PDFs are made up of scanned images. If you need assistance accessing the content in one of the documents, please contact the Archives at 817-884-3272 or

Abstract of Title, Naylor-Moses-Love House 

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