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Detail from Augustus Koch,
Birds-Eye View of the City of Austin, 1873.
Center for American History, Univ. of Texas at Austin.
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The house on Ash Street (later known as 9th Street) is the original home of G.T. Boardman, a dentist who would later build the two-story Boardman-Webb House here.

On the block's northwest corner is the home of John Barrick, a plasterer.

Source: Index by Terry Jones of the 1872 Austin City Directory, Austin History Center, Austin Public Library