Status: Preserved

Location: Stonewall Street between Poplar Avenue and North Parkway, in Memphis

Built: 1910-1930

Architectural Style: Four-Square (Neo-Classical, Neo-Colonial, Bungalow, Arts & Crafts influence)

The Stonewall Place Historic District was placed on the National Register on Mar. 25, 1982.

History: Stonewall Place Historic District is a four-block segment of Stonewall Street which Robert Brinkley Snowden and John Bayard Snowden helped to develop. It has one of the oldest neighborhood associations in Memphis and is one of the city’s earliest historic conservation districts. The Memphis Shade Tree Company planted many of the trees that still line the street today. It is highly regrettable that twelve residences in the district were demolished to provide a corridor for Interstate 40 that was never built.


The current outline of the Stonewall Place Historic District.

Map of the district, spanning the area between Overton Park Avenue and Poplar Avenue, used in its National Register nomination.

City Council District: 5

Super District: 9

County Commission District: 7