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Toledo's National Historic Inventory Nominations

national register plaque

In the following pages are over 100 nominations to the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register Program is described well by the National Park Service's own website.

The National Register of Historic Places is the nation's official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation. Authorized under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Register is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect our historic and archeological resources. Properties listed on the Register include districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects that are significant in American history, architecture, archeology, engineering, and culture. The National Register is administered by the National Park Service, which is part of the U.S. Department of the Interior.

Included among the more than 70,000 listings that make up the National Register are: all historic areas in the National Parks System; over 2,200 National Historic Landmarks, which have been designated by the Secretary of the Interior because of their importance to all Americans; properties across the country that have been nominated by governments, organizations, and individuals because they are significant to the nation, to a state, or to a community.

National Register properties are distinguished by having been documented and evaluated according to uniform standards. These criteria recognize the accomplishments of all peoples who have contributed to the history and heritage of the United States and are designed to help state and local governments, Federal agencies, and others identify important historic and archeological properties worthy of preservation and of consideration in planning and development decisions.

Listing in the National Register contributes to preserving historic properties in a number of ways:

  • Recognition that a property is of significance to the Nation, the State, or the community.
  • Consideration in the planning for Federal or federally assisted projects.
  • Eligibility for Federal tax benefits.
  • Qualification for Federal assistance for historic preservation, when funds are available.

Lucas County and the City of Toledo have a number of structures listed on the register, but hundreds more have been nominated over the years and not been approved for the list. These nominations are a rich source for local history, as they contain detailed descriptions of buildings, some of them since demolished, as well as brief histories of their origins, builders, and prominent occupants. Click or tap the photographs or their names for larger names.  The [Present-Day View] link next to each property opens the Google Street View to show how that property looks like or what's in its place today. You can interact with the Google Street View and visually look around each spot.

Acknowledgments & Thanks: The photos were researched, scanned, and shared with Toledo's Attic by Laura Voelz at the Toledo Lucas County Public Library.  Credits: The original photographs and nomination papers were produced by the Landmarks Committee of the Lucas County - Maumee Valley Historical Society and are on deposit at the Local History Room of the Toledo Lucas County Public Library.

The orginal photographs and nomination papers were produced by the Landmarks Committee of the Lucas County - Maumee Valley Historical Society and are on deposit at the Local History Room of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library.  This archive can be accessed in a number of ways. By the architect (if known), by the date the building was constructed, and by dates these structures were demolished. Where available, the links take you to the Google street view of the address.

Listing by Architect          Listing by Date of Construction          Listing of Demolished Buildings



Listing by Architect

Edward Oscar (E. O.) Fallis

Reynolds-Secor House

Reynolds-Secor House

Year Built: 1887

Location: 2035 Collingwood Boulevard [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

 

Valentine Building (Willard Motor Hotel)

Valentine Building

Year Built: 1892

Location: 402-412 Adams Street [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

 

St. Paul's United Methodist Episcopal Church (demolished)

St. Paul's United Methodist Episcopal Church

Year Built: 1897

Location: Madison Ave. at 13th Street [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

 

Manhattan Building (demolished)

Manhattan Building

Year Built: 1903

Location: 518 Jefferson Avenue. [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rudolph A. Bartley House

Rudolph A. Bartley House

Year Built: 1905

Location: 1855 Collingwood Boulevard. [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

Toledo City Market (demolished)

 237 s erie city market

 Year Built: 1908

Location: 237 South Erie Street [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

 

Charles Gardner

Gardner Building

 504 madison gardner building

Year Built: 1893

Location: 504 Madison Avenue. [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charles F. Huber

Spitzer Building

Spitzer Building

Year Built: 1896

Location: 514-526 Madison Avenue. [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nicholas Building

National Bank, Nicholas Building

Year Built: 1905

Location: 608 Madison Avenue (at Huron Street) [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Patrick Charles Keely (August 9, 1816 - August 11, 1896)

St. Francis de Sales' Church

 cherry superior stfrances desales

Year Built: 1869

Location: Superior and Cherry Streets [Present-Day View]

Type: Religious

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 C. A. Langdon

Plymouth Congregational Church (demolished)

Plymouth Congregational Church

Year built: 1894

Location: 2465 Cherry Street [Present-Day View]

Type: Religious

 

 

 

 

First United Church of Christ (First Reformed Church)

First United Church of Christ (First Reformed Church)

Year built: 1915

Location: Cherry and Moore Streets [Present-Day View]

Type: Religious

 

 

 

 

George S. Mills & Harry Wachter:

J. J. Freeman House

J. J. Freeman House

Year built: 1896

Location: 2274 Glenwood Avenue [Present-Day View]

Type: Residential

 

 

 

Edward Ford House

Edward Ford House

Year built: 1901

Location: 2205 Collingwood Boulevard [Present-Day View]

Type: Residential

 

 

 

 

Secor Hotel

Secor Hotel

Year built: 1908

Location: 413-423 Jefferson Avenue [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Toledo Museum of Art

Toledo Museum of Art

Year built: 1912

Location: 2445 Monroe Street [Present-Day View]

Type: Art & Education

 

 

 

 

Toledo Club

Toledo Club

Year built: 1915

Location: 14th Street and Madison Avenue [Present-Day View]

Type: Social

 

 

 

 

Dunn-Blair House

Dunn-Blair House

Year built: 1916

Location: 2049 Scottwood Avenue [Present-Day View]

Type: Residential

 

 

 

 

Joseph Norehouse

Christian Gerber House (Mary Manse College), present-day Collingwood Art Center

Christian Gerber House (Mary Manse College), present-day Collingwood Arts Center

Year built: 1872

Location: 2413 Collingwood Boulevard [Present-Day View]

Type: Residential, present use: Arts-Education

 

 

 

 

William R. Perry

Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Cathedral

Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Cathedral

Year built: 1931

Location: 2561 Collingwood Boulevard [Present-Day View]

Type: Religious

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Isaiah Rogers

The Oliver House

The Oliver House

Year built: 1859

Location: 27 Broadway Street [Present-Day View]

Type: Commercial

 

 

 

 

David L. Stine

Lucas County Courthouse

Lucas County Courthouse

Year built: 1891

Location: Adams and Erie Streets [Present-Day View]

Type: Government

 

 

 

Ashland Avenue Baptist Church

Ashland Ave. Baptist Church

Year built: 1895

Location: 2001 Ashland Avenue [Present-Day View]

Type: Religious

 

 

 

City Jail and Sheriff's Residence

City Jail and Sheriff's Residence

Year built: 1896

Location: 810-814 Jackson Street [Present-Day View]

Type: Government

 

 

 

 

Jesup W. Scott High School

Jesup W. Scott High School

Year built: 1912

Location: 2400 Collingwood Boulevard [Present-Day View]

Type: Education

 

 

 



Listing by Date of Construction

1132 Erie St. (1840s) Property name: John Boice House, Category: Architecture
1140 Michigan (1847) Property name: Victor Domhoff House, Category: Architecture
830 Locust St. (1848) Property name: James G. Franklin House, Category: Architecture
718 - 720 Walnut St. (1848) Property name: Edson Allen House, Category: Architecture
833 Huron Ave. (1849) Property name: Frederick Eaton House, Category: Architecture - Commerce
922 Ontario St. (1850) Property name: Henry E. Pratt House, Category: Architecture (Demolished)
329 Chestnut St. (1851) Property name: William Raymond House, Category: Architecture
831 Elm St. (1851) Property name: John H. Wiemeier House, Category: Architecture
1107 Ontario (1852) Property name: Frederick Daum House, Category: Architecture
802 Chestnut St. (1854) Property name: Henry H. Samsen House, Category: Architecture
915 Erie St. (1856) Property name: Beach House, Category: Architecture
718-710 Locust St. (1858) Property name: James Coldham House, Category: Architecture
1131 Ontario (1858) Property name: William Essing House, Category: Architecture
27 Broadway St. (1859) Property name: The Oliver House, Category: Architecture (Isaiah Rogers) - Commerce - Engineering
612-614 Elm St. (1861) Property name: Josiah D. Cook House, Category: Architecture - Invention
807 Superior St. (1862) Property name: Miles D. Carrington House, Category: Architecture
126-152 Summit (1862-1897) Property name: The Fort Industry Square, Category: Architecture - Commerce
927 Ontario St. (1863) Property name: John Best House, Category: Architecture
11 12th St. (1865) Property name: , Category: Architecture (Demolished)
835 Ontario St. (1865) Property name: George Curson House, Category: Architecture
316 Adams St. (1866) Property name: Trinity Episcopal Church, Category: Architecture - Religion
220 Columbia St. (1866) Property name: Henry Philipps House, Category: Architecture (Demolished)
102-106 South St. Clair (1866) Property name: Evoy's Saloon, Category: Architecture - Commerce
1123 Ontario (1866) Property name: George Loeb House, Category: Architecture
2226 Monroe (1867) Property name: William Walding House, Category: Architecture
228 South St. Clair St. (1867) Property name: Grasser Brand Brewery, Category: Architecture - Industry
Foot of Madison Ave. (1868) Property name: Old No. 11 Fire House, Category: Architecture (Demolished)
311 Bush St. (1869) Property name: Joseph K. Secor House, Category: Architecture - Commerce
Superior and Cherry (1869) Property name: St. Francis de Sales' Church, Category: Architecture (Keeley)
806 Huron Ave. (1870) Property name: Pomeroy Hall, Category: Architecture
1022 Superior Ave. (1871) Property name: William Cummings House, Category: Architecture
2-4-6 South St. Clair St. (1872) Property name: Cincinnati Block (formerly Hotel Henry; Laurel Hotel), Category: Architecture - Commerce
2413 Collingwood Blvd. (1872) Property name: Christian Gerber House (Mary Manse College), Category: Architecture (Norehouse)
508 - 510 Wade St. (1872) Property name: Loodenalager & Brush Houses, Category: Architecture
120-124 St. Clair (1874) Property name: The Western Shoe Co., Category: Architecture - Commerce (Demolished)
607-623 Monroe St. (1874) Property name: Hannon's Block, Category: Architecture - Commerce
332 Batavia St. (1876) Property name: Gilbert Harmon House, Category: Architecture - Social
2052-2054 N. 13th St. (1878) Property name: John Henry House, Category: Architecture (Demolished)
630 Virginia St. (1878) Property name: George Nort House, Category: Architecture
618 Michigan St. (1879) Property name: St. Mary's Catholic Church Parish House, Category: Architecture - Religion
109 Prescott (1881) Property name: Spencer Carr House, Category: Architecture - (Demolished)
1822 Cherry St. (1882) Property name: Harvey House, Category: Architecture - Medicine - Local History
2032 Canton St. (1882) Property name: Ebenezer Baptist Church, Category: Architecture - Religion
2357 Collingwood Blvd. (1883) Property name: Laskey House (Mary Manse College), Category: Architecture
2403 Collingwood Blvd. (1885) Property name: Henry Neel House (Mary Manse College), Category: Architecture
32-46 South St. Clair St. (1885) Property name: The Dixon Hotel (Fort Dixon Museum), Category: Architecture - Commerce
2035 Collingwood Blvd. (1887) Property name: Reynolds-Secor House, Category: Architecture (Fallis) - Commerce
2012 Vermont (1887) Property name: Isaac Smead House, Category: Architecture (Demolished)
2425 Collingwood Blvd. (1887) Property name: J.L. Wolcott House (Mary Manse College), Category: Architecture
1929 Franklin Ave. (1888) Property name: Thomas J. Southard House, Category: Architecture
2037 Franklin Ave. (1888) Property name: Trowbridge House, Category: Architecture
301 Broadway St. (1888) Property name: Albert Neukom House, Category: Architecture
801 Jefferson Ave. (1890) Property name: Pythian Castle, Category: Architecture - Culture
902 Jefferson Ave. (1891) Property name: Earle Hotel, Category: Architecture - Commerce (Demolished)
Adams and Erie Sts. (1891) Property name: Lucas County Courthouse, Category: Architecture (Stine)
206 Michigan St. (1892) Property name: Meredith Bldg. (Central Chandelier Co.), Category: Architecture - Commerce (Demolished)
402-412 Adams St. (1892) Property name: Valentine Building (Willard Motor Hotel), Category: Architecture (Fallis) - Commerce - Theater
Jefferson and St. Clair (1892) Property name: Coghlin Building, Category: Architecture - Commerce (Demolished)
2237 Collingwood Blvd. (1893) Property name: William J. Walding House, Category: Architecture (Demolished)
504 Madison Ave. (1893) Property name: Gardner Building, Category: Architecture (Gardner)
2052 Robinwood Ave. (1894) Property name: Henahan-Breyman House, Category: Architecture
2465 Cherry St. (1894) Property name: Plymouth Congregational Church, Category: Architecture (Langdon) - Religion (Demolished)
2001 Ashland Ave. (1895) Property name: Ashland Ave. Baptist Church, Category: Architecture (Stine)
2268 Scottwood Ave. (1895) Property name: George S. Mills House, Category: Architecture (Mills)
810-814 Jackson St. (1896) Property name: City Jail and Sheriff's Residence, Category: Architecture (Stine) (Jail Demolished)
514-526 Madison Ave. (1896) Property name: Spitzer Building, Category: Architecture (Huber) - Commerce
2274 Glenwood Ave. (1896) Property name: J. J. Freeman House, Category: Architecture (Mills and Wachter)
402 Monroe St. (1896) Property name: Wheeler Block, Category: Architecture - Commerce (Demolished)
Madison Ave. at 13th St. (1897) Property name: St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Category: Architecture (Fallis) (Demolished)
719-723 Jefferson Ave. (1898) Property name: Burt's Theatre, Category: Culture
2251 Robinwood Ave. (1898) Property name: Julian H. Tyler House, Category: Architecture
2205 Collingwood Blvd. (1901) Property name: Edward Ford House, Category: Architecture (Mills) - Industry
2210 Robinwood Ave. (1901) Property name: Tillinghast-Willys-Bell House, Category: Architecture - Commerce - Industry
518 Jefferson Ave. (1903) Property name: Manhattan Building , Category: Architecture (Fallis) (Demolished)
12-14 15th St. (1903) Property name: Macomber Apartments, Category: Architecture (Demolished)
2116 Parkwood Ave. (1903) Property name: Leeper-Geddes House, Category: Architecture
219 Page St. (1903) Property name: St. Mary's School, Category: Architecture (Bacon) - Religion
702-712 Madison Ave. (1905) Property name: Colton Building, Category: Architecture (Demolished)
1855 Collingwood Blvd. (1905) Property name: Rudolph A. Bartley House, Category: Architecture (Fallis) - Commerce
2108 Collingwood Ave. (1905) Property name: Collingwood Ave. Presbyterian Church, Category: Architecture - Religion
36 South Erie St. (1906) Property name: Standart-Simmons Hardware Co., Category: Architecture - Commerce
Madison Ave. and Huron St. (1906) Property name: Nicholas Building, Category: Architecture (Bacon & Huber) - Commerce
2341-2347 Parkwood Ave. (1907) Property name: The Parkwood, Category: Architecture
2367-2405 Scottwood Ave. (1907) Property name: The Harold Arms Terrace, Category: Architecture
413-423 Jefferson Ave. (1908) Property name: Secor Hotel, Category: Architecture (Mills)
237 South Erie St. (1908) Property name: Toledo City Market, Category: Architecture (Fallis) - Commerce (Demolished)
2406 Franklin Ave. (1908) Property name: Delta Flats, Category: Architecture
1930-1932 Linwood St. (1908) Property name: Lynnwood Apartments, Category: Architecture (Demolished)
1709-1711 12th St. (1909) Property name: Jackson Apartments, Category: Architecture
13th and Madison (1911) Property name: Central Post Office, Category: Architecture
604 Jackson St. (1912) Property name: Toledo News-Bee Building, Category: Culture (Demolished)
802 Lafayette Ave. (1912) Property name: S.W. Flower Co., Category: Architecture
2400 Collingwood Blvd. (1912) Property name: Jesup W. Scott High School, Category: Architecture (Stine) - Education
2445 Monroe St. (1912) Property name: Toledo Museum of Art, Category: Architecture (Wachter) - Art - Education
14th and Madison Ave. (1915) Property name: Toledo Club, Category: Architecture (Mills) - Social
Cherry at Moore (1915) Property name: First United Church of Christ (First Reformed Church), Category: Architecture (Langdon/Mohly) - Religion
2049 Scottwood Ave. (1916) Property name: Dunn-Blair House, Category: Architecture (Mills) -Landscape (Olmsted Bros.)
Adams and Huron Sts. (1917) Property name: Lasalle, Koch and Co. Store, Category: Architecture - Commerce
1110 Jefferson Ave. (1934) Property name: Central YMCA, Category: Architecture



Listing of Demolished Properties

Spencer Carr House

Spencer Carr House

Year built: 1881

Location: 109 Prescott Avenue [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

City Jail behind Sheriff's Residence

The City Jail behind the Sheriff's Residence

 

Year Built: 1896

Location: 800 Jackson Street (now 1622 Spielbusch Avenue) [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

Coghlin Building

Coughlin Building

Year built: 1892

Location: Jefferson Avenue and St. Clair Streets [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

Colton Building

Colton Building

Year built: 1905

Location: 702-712 Madison Avenue [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

Earle Hotel (previous names were Monticello Hotel, later Milner Hotel)

Earle Hotel

Year built: 1891

Location:  902 Jefferson Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Old No. 11 Fire House

Old No. 11 Fire House

Year built: 1868

Location: Foot of Madison Street, at Water Street (now Promendate Park) [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

John Henry House

John Henry House

Year built: 1878

Location: 2052-2054 N. 13th Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lynnwood Apartments

Lynwood Apartments

Year built: 1908

Location: 1930-1932 Linwood Avenue

 

 

 

 

 

Macomber Apartments

Macomber Apartments

Year built: 1903

Location: 12-14 15th Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manhattan Building (demolished)

Manhattan Building

Year built: 1903

Location: 518 Jefferson Avenue. [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meredith Bldg. (Central Chandelier Co.)

Meredith Bldg. (Central Chandelier Co.)

Year built: 1892

Location:  206 North Michigan Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Philipps House

Henry Philipps House

Year built: 1866

Location: 220 Columbia Street  [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

Plymouth Congregational Church

Plymouth Congregational Church

Year built: 1894

Location: 2465 Cherry Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 Henry E. Pratt House

 922 ontario

Year built: 1850

Location: 922 North Ontario Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

Isaac Smead House

Isaac Smead House

Year built: 1887

Location: 2012 Vermont Avenue [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

Toledo City Market

 237 s erie city market

Year built: 1908

Location: 237 South Erie Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

Toledo News-Bee Building

Toledo News-Bee Building

Year built: 1912

Location: 604 Jackson Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

Unidentified building

Unidentified Building

Year built: 1865

Location: 11 12th Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

William J. Walding House

William J. Walding HouseYear built: 1893

Location: 2237 Collingwood Boulevard [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

The Western Shoe Co.

The Western Shoe Co.Year built: 1874

Location: 120-124 St. Clair Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wheeler Block

Wheeler Block

Year built: 1896

Location: 402 Monroe Street [Present-Day View]

 

 

 

 

 


EXHIBIT SLIDES

The slides in this presentation were sorted by year the properties were built.  Cptions show the name of the property, the year they were built, the name of the architect (if that information has been supplied, the street address, and status as demolished where that is the case.

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{besps_c}0|922-ontario.jpg|Henry E. Pratt House|1850. 922 North Ontario Street. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|109-prescott-carr-house.jpg|Spencer Carr House |1850. 109 Prescott Avenue. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|27-broadway-oliver-house.jpg|Oliver House|1859. 27 Broadway Street. Architect: Isaiah Rogers. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|11-12th-street.jpg|Unidentified original building |1865. 11 12th St. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|220-columbia-philipps-house.jpg|Henry Philipps House |1866. 220 Columbia Street. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|foot-madison-no11-firehouse.jpg|Old No. 11 Fire House|1868. Foot of Madison Street, at Water Street (now Promendate Park). Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2413-collingwood-gerber-house.jpg|Christian Gerber House (Mary Manse College), present-day Collingwood Art Center|1872. 2413 Collingwood Boulevard. Architect: Joseph Norehouse. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|120-124-stclair-western-shoe.jpg|The Western Shoe Co. |1874. 120-124 St. Clair Street. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2052-2054-n13th-henry-residence.jpg|John Henry House|1878. 2052-2054 N. 13th Street. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2012-vermont-smead-house.jpg|Isaac Smead House|1887. 2012 Vermont Avenue. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2035-collingwood-reynolds-secor-house.jpg|Reynolds-Secor House|1887. 2035 Collingwood Boulevard. Architect: Edward Oscar (E. O.) Fallis. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|902-jefferson-hotel-monticello-earle-hotel-NEW.jpg|Earle Hotel (previously Monticello Hotel, later Milner Hotel)|1891. 902 Jefferson Street. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|adams-erie-lucasco-courthouse.jpg|Lucas County Courthouse|1891. Adams and Erie Streets. Architect: David L. Stine. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|jefferson-stclair-coghlin-building.jpg|Coghlin Building|1892. Jefferson Avenue and St. Clair Streets. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|206-michigan-meredith-building.jpg|Meredith Bldg. (Central Chandelier Co.) |1892. 206 North Michigan Street. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|402-412-adams-valentine-theater.jpg|Valentine Building (Willard Motor Hotel)|1892. 402-412 Adams Street. Architect: Edward Oscar (E. O.) Fallis. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|504-madison-gardner-building.jpg|Gardner Building|1893. 504 Madison Avenue. Architect: Charles Gardner. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2237-collingwood-walding-house.jpg|William J. Walding House|1893. 2237 Collingwood Boulevard. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2465-cherry-plymouth-congregational.jpg|Plymouth Congregational Church |1894. 2465 Cherry Street. Architect: C. A. Langdon. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|810-814-Jackson-sheriffs-residence.jpg|City Jail and Sheriff's Residence|1896. 810-814 Jackson Street. Architect: David L. Stine. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|city-jail-behind-sheriffs-residence-NEW.jpg|City Jail behind Sheriff's Residence|1896. 800 Jackson Street (now 1622 Spielbusch Avenue). Architect: David L. Stine. Demolished.{/besps_c}

{besps_c}0|2274-glenwood-freeman-home.jpg|J. J. Freeman House|1896. 2274 Glenwood Avenue. Architect: George S. Mills and Harry Wachter:. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|514-526-madison-spitzer-building-alt.jpg|Spitzer Building|1896. 514-526 Madison Avenue. Architect: Charles F. Huber. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|cherry-superior-stfrances-desales.jpg|St. Francis de Sales' Church|1896. Superior and Cherry Streets. Architect: Patrick Charles Keely. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|402-monroe-wheeler-block-NEW.jpg|Wheeler Block|1896. 402 Monroe Street. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|madison-13th-stpauls-1897-NEW.jpg|St. Paul's United Methodist Episcopal Church |1897. Madison Ave. at 13th St.. Architect: Edward Oscar (E. O.) Fallis. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2205-collingwood-ford-house.jpg|Edward Ford House|1901. 2205 Collingwood Boulevard. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|12-14-fifteenthstreet-macomber-apartments.jpg|Macomber Apartments |1903. 12-14 15th Street. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|518-jefferson-manhattan-building.jpg|Manhattan Building |1903. 518 Jefferson Avenue. Architect: Edward Oscar (E. O.) Fallis. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2001-ashland-baptist-church-NEW.jpg|Ashland Avenue Baptist Church|1905. 2001 Ashland Avenue. Architect: David L. Stine. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|702-712-madison-colton-building.jpg|Colton Building|1905. 702-712 Madison Avenue. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|608-madison-nicholas-nationalbank-building.jpg|Nicholas Building|1905. 608 Madison Avenue. Architect: Charles F. Huber. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|1855-collingwood-bartley.jpg|Rudolph A. Bartley House|1905. 1855 Collingwood Boulevard. Architect: Edward Oscar (E. O.) Fallis. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|1930-Linwood-Lynwood-Apartments.jpg|Lynnwood Apartments |1908. 1930-1932 Linwood Avenue. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|413-423-jefferson-secor-hotel.jpg|Secor Hotel|1908. 413-423 Jefferson Avenue. Architect: George S. Mills and Harry Wachter:. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|237-s-erie-city-market.jpg|Toledo City Market |1908. 237 South Erie Street. Architect: Edward Oscar (E. O.) Fallis. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2400-collingwood-scott-high.jpg|Jesup W. Scott High School|1912. 2400 Collingwood Boulevard. Architect: David L. Stine. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2445-monroe-art-museum.jpg|Toledo Museum of Art|1912. 2445 Monroe Street. Architect: George S. Mills and Harry Wachter:. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|604-jackson-newsbee-building-NEW.jpg|Toledo News-Bee Building|1912. 604 Jackson Street. Demolished.{/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|cherry-moore-first-united-church-christ.jpg|First United Church of Christ (First Reformed Church)|1915. Cherry and Moore Streets. Architect: C. A. Langdon. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|14th-madison-toledo-club.jpg|Toledo Club|1915. 14th Street and Madison Avenue. Architect: George S. Mills and Harry Wachter:. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2049-scottwood-dunn-blair-house.jpg|Dunn-Blair House|1916. 2049 Scottwood Avenue. Architect: George S. Mills and Harry Wachter:. {/besps_c}
{besps_c}0|2561-collingwood-rosary-cathedral-NEW.jpg|Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Cathedral|1931. 561 Collingwood Boulevard. Architect: William R. Perry. {/besps_c}

 

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