Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 1922. Originally built for Miss Alma Deuster, the unmarried socialite daughter of Peter Victor Deuster, the publisher of the Milwaukee German newspaper, " The Seebote", Miss Deuster never actually lived in the home. Designed by Dudley V. Canfield, a local draftsman, this whimsical bungalow harkens back to the English cottage with its simulated, thatched roof, windows and doors accented with brick, and whitewashed, stucco exterior. The home has had at least 15 owners over its 90-year history but has not lost its charm and quaintness.