In the early 1930s, William A. "Woogie" Harris (brother of Teenie Harris) bought this house, which is located prominently on a hill in Lincoln-Lemington. It was the first home of the National Negro Opera Company, organized in 1941 by Madam Mary Cardwell Dawson, who rehearsed on the third floor. The company started rehearsing in a building in East Liberty under another name before moving here. Later, in the 1950s, Woogie rented out the house to black notables. Roberto Clemente of the Pittsburgh Pirates; Roy Jefferson, John Nesby, and Marvin Woodson, all of the Pittsburgh Steelers; and singer Lena Horne spent time in the house.
13-room Queen Anne house (1894). City Historic Landmark. Eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.