This residence is significant as an excellent example of American Colonial Revival architectural style, which is part of the larger Colonial Revival movement. Growing out of the Philadelphia Centennial of 1876, Colonial Revival refers to the entire rebirth in interest in early American architecture, specifically the English and Dutch architecture along the Atlantic seaboard. The style gained popularity in the 1880s, but continued to be employed through the twentieth century.

This residence was home to A.D. Johnson, a physician, as listed in the 1922 Whittier City and Suburban Directory. 

Local designation date is July 7, 2015. It is identified as #104. No Mills Act Agreement was attached to this residence as of the date of local designation.

SOURCES: The information above has been obtained from the original local designation documents and edits from the Whittier Historic Neighborhood Association. It may also include ongoing current ownership input.