I’ve heard these early tiny homes called carpenter houses. “The houses the carpenter’s lived in while they built the rest of the neighborhood.” But can’t verify that.
They seem to fit the definition of shotgun houses. More common in New Orleans, these houses are less than 12′ across, designed for good airflow, and arranged so you can shoot a shotgun straight through from the front door to the back door.
This first one has fabulous and abundant yard art (that’s why I’m not giving addresses).
The second has fabulous and abundant vultures (in the pines each summer).