Some of the properties bought by Duke have historical significance. They include:
203 Watts; Brooks House, two-story neocolonial, circa 1920
508 N. Buchanan; Mack-Paterson house, two-story frame house with Tuscan columns, early 1900's
601 Watts/1102 Monmouth; Ellerbee Powe House, foursquare, circa 1920
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610 N. Buchanan; Craftsman cottage, circa 1925
702 N. Buchanan; Two-story colonial revival (listed as 1110 Urban)
704 N. Buchanan; William Cranford duplex, circa 1900
708 N. Buchanan; William Cranford house (former Duke professor), circa 1925
710 N. Buchanan; Glasson house (former Duke dean), foursquare
814 Lancaster; a National Register property in Trinity Heights Historic District, circa 1910
1103 and 1105 Urban; circa 1920
1107 Urban; Holder-Cousins house, two-story, L-shape house, circa 1910
1111 Urban; two-story, early 1900s
921 1/2 Wilkerson.
(DUKE AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM)