The Eubanks home was completed in April 1941, and the land was given to Mrs. Charlotte Iris Claxton Eubanks by her father, Doctor Edward Burton Claxton. The architectural design by Ella Mae Ellis League won an award at the 1936 World's Fair. Alfred Benjamin Eubanks was the owner of a construction company and active in Dublin's community affairs. Charlotte Claxton Eubanks taught in the Dublin City School System, worked with the Laurens County Department of Family and Children, and worked at Dublin Memorial Hospital. The home is a federal styled home and contains 3,289 square feet.
Pictured: Ellamae Ellis League, the architect.
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