A couple of blocks off of main street you'll fine the bungalow. During the 1950s L. F. Garlandhouse of Topeka Kansas published a working man's house catalog. Plans could be Mail ordered and local builders were eager to erect entire neighborhoods of these modest, modern post war houses. Here are a few examples of these bungalows found along Grape Street - there are two dozen of them. Dozens more can be found while walking through town.
305 Liberty Street at the corner of Grape
200 Cherry Street
This one and a half storied Bungalow has a front half-hipped roof and side gables. Soon after the fence was erected and signs posted that this lovely single family home was to be demolished, neighbors complained about the lack of lawn care. So every week for the next 6 weeks the grass was cut. That's Hammonton for you.