The Russells and Parkers operated coal and clay mines in what is now the expansive Tower Grove South neighborhood in the Nineteenth Century. Their house, which was owned in turn by both families, but seems to have been built by William Russell, sat at 3405 Oak Hill Avenue and Fairview and Parker.
The house sat among a whole host of other country homes owned by the Russells and Parkers, so it makes it confusing (and may have confused Swekosky and Fuhrmann) about who owned which house and when. The mines were just to the south.
As can be seen above, the house sat back away from Oak Hill Avenue, and was still standing in 1903. I suspect it was demolished sometime around World War II.
There is now a ranch house sitting on the southeast corner of the former estate property.
I suspect the Parker family built this Tudor Revival house, which is still on their former land, but in the place of what had been a wood frame home. However, by the 1950s most of the land had been subdivided into lots for small bungalows that you can see below.