The Anderson House

A postwar classic Greek Revival, considered to be the jewel of Montgomery’s historic Garden District. Probably built about the time of World War I, when Hull Street was inching its way South, and this was the last house. During the 1930s it was the home of Ray Rushton, who in 1890 founded what was to evolve into the prestigious law firm of Rushton, Stakely, Johnson & Garrett. When Ray lived here, his firm occupied the top floor of the then swank Bell Building, but today the group owns and has its offices in two historic buildings on lower Commerce – the much ballyhooed Riverfront Alley sort of wraps around their office.

-Charles Humphries

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