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The Dave Patton House is a historic home in Mobile, Alabama. It was built in 1915 for a local African American entrepreneur Dave Patton.

The Dave Patton House is a Mediterranean Revival style structure designed by George Bigelow Rogers, a local noted architect who did a number of works in the city. Aside from its architecture, the house is also noted for its connection with Patton, who also made quite a mark in Mobile. He started out small, by hauling merchandise for local merchants, but after a while, he became a prominent real estate contractor and entrepreneur. He is also credited for many of the roads and schools in the area.

The Dave Patton House currently serves as a parsonage for the Stewart Memorial CME Church. It was also added to the National Register of Historic Places and is a part of the African American Heritage Trail of Mobile.
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