3505 28th Street. “Dryden’s bungalows have an Oriental flare.”

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The greatest number of Dryden houses are in North Park, between 28th Street and Pershing. Covington counts 18 of them in a four-block area. He lives in one on the comer of 28th and Myrtle.

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