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The Alpha E. Wolflin House, 2800 S. Hughes St., became an early landmark in Wolflin Estates, which she and her son, Charles A. Wolflin, developed. (Charles O. Wolflin did not live to see the subdivision's completion.)  The Wolflin family owned the 1928 home until the 1940's.

The Alpha E. Wolflin House, 2800 S. Hughes St., became an early landmark in Wolflin Estates, which she and her son, Charles A. Wolflin, developed. (Charles O. Wolflin did not live to see the subdivision's completion.) The Wolflin family owned the 1928 home until the 1940's.

The Alpha E. Wolflin House, 2800 S. Hughes St., became an early landmark in Wolflin Estates, which she and her son, Charles A. Wolflin, developed. (Charles O. Wolflin did not live to see the subdivision's completion.)  The Wolflin family owned the 1928 home until the 1940's.

The Alpha E. Wolflin House, 2800 S. Hughes St., became an early landmark in Wolflin Estates, which she and her son, Charles A. Wolflin, developed. (Charles O. Wolflin did not live to see the subdivision's completion.) The Wolflin family owned the 1928 home until the 1940's.

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