John Coltrane's home in Philadelphia is on North 33rd Street. The jazz legend purchased this home in 1952 with money he obtained from a G.I. loan. He lived here, along with his mother, his aunt, and his cousin, until 1956 when he moved to New York with his first wife Juanita Grubbs, called Naima, whom he married in 1955. During this time he first worked with Miles Davis and Thelonius Monk. His mother continued living here until her death in 1977, then his cousin owned the home until 2004. The Coltrane house has been placed on the National Register Of Historic Places and designated a National Historic Landmark.