The August Henry Mueller house "Romar-Florem" stood at the south-east corner of Forrest and Windsor. Directly behind it is the present location of the Narberth post office. Mueller's wife Flora and three-year-old son Robert are shown standing on the front porch. Mueller (1857 - 1926) was elected Narberth's first burgess (mayor) at age 37, serving 1895 to 1897. His portrait hangs in borough council chambers, as do maps of Narberth from the atlas series he published from 1896 to 1920, which can be examined on the Narberth History map.
A. H. Mueller's pretty residence of stone and shingle on the corner of Forest and Windsor Avenues, with its picturesque dormer-windows and gables and piazza, is surrounded by a green hedge. Bethel, Davis & Bethel built the dwelling, and Mr. Mueller purchased it in A. D. 1891. He has been the Chief Burgess of Narberth. He is a native of Philadelphia, and was educated in its public schools, and is a lithographer and publisher in that city. He has always shown a deep interest in the development of Narberth.