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GLAKE @ERIE SHORELINE q-11STORICAL SURVEY q,ucas= Ottawa= %shtabula Counties 14 Alow A .A F Center for Archival Collections 497 Bowling Green State University L9 for L54 1981 Ohio Department of Energy Coastal Energy Impact Program December 1981 This document was funded in oart through the Coastal Zone Janagement Act of 1972, as amend- ed (Coastal Energy Impact Prograrii), provided by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, through the Ohio Departrlent of Energy. LAKE ERIE SHORELINE HISTORICAL SURVE@/ LUCAS - OTTAWA - ASHTABULA COUNTIES Principal Authors Theodore J. Ligibel Kyle Johannsen Center for Archival Collections Bowling Green State University University Library far- C) Bowling Green, Ohi /43403 This survey and assessment was conducted under Contract Number 80-99 with the Ohio Department of Energy and directly responsible to their Coastal Energy Impact Program. Published by Bowling Green State University Library December 1981 PREFACE The Center for Archival Collections, of Bowling Green State University (hereinafter referred to as Contractor), having co-sponsored the Northwest Ohio Historic Preservation Office and having conducted historic inventories of the Bass Islands, and numerous other areas, contracted with the Ohio Department of Energy to: "Conduct a survey of historic properties in parts of Lucas, Ottawa, and Ashtabula counties within the coastal zone which analyze potential conflicts between- energy development and historical preservation and suggest potential remedial acts." Acknowledging the rapidly increasing utilization of the Lake Erie shoreline for recreational, residential, industrial, commercial,and energy development purposes, the Contractor, in accordance with Federal Regulations; i.e., Coastal Energy Impact Program Regulations (CPR Vol. 44, No. 99, May 21, 197@_),agreed to locate "areas that have important historic significance which are essential to the well-being of all citizens." These areas were interpreted by the Contractor to include properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places, or properties which meet National Register criteria but as yet were not nominated to the National Register; (see appendix for National Register criteria). Similarly, pursuant to the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (as amended) and the National Environmental Policy Act, the identification of such properties is an essential component of Environ- mental Impact Assessments, Corps of Engineers Section 404 (Clean Water Act) and Section 10 (Rivers and Harbors Act) Permits and other federal, state, and local studies. The ability to quickly locate and readily assess the potential for conflict between sites of historical significance and energy development can save valuable time and substantially reduce capital outlays. This report indentifies such historic properties, treating each as existing or potential "valuable recreational resources," and addresses each county in separate sections of the report. TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE Preface ..................... Introduction .................. Summary of Potential Conflicts between Energy Development and Historic Preservation ....................................... 3 Summary of Non-mgulatory Mitigative Measures ....................... LUCAS COUNTY Coastal Zone Study Area Map .......................................... 9 Coastal Zone Boundaries ........ ..................................... 10 History of the Coastal Zone of Jerusalem Township in Lucas County ... 11 Properties Listed in the National Register of Historic Places ....... 13 Properties Meeting Criteria for the National Register'of Historic Places ................................................ 14 Inventory Quality Properties ........................................ 15 Potential Conflicts and Remedial Acts ............................... 16 OTTAWA COUNTY Coastal Zone Study Area Map .......................................... 18 Coastal Zone Boundaries ............................................. 19 History of the Coastal Zone of Ottawa County...:.. 20 Properties Listed in the National Register of Hist@r*ic**P*1*a*c*e's***-- 25 Properties Meeting Criteria for the National Register of Historic Places ................................................ 26 Historic Properties Location Map ..................................... 28.5 Inventory Quality Properties ......................................... 29 Potential Conflicts and Remedial Acts ............................... 36 Copies of National Registe r, and Historic Inventory Forms ........... 38 ASHTABULA COUNTY Coastal Zone Study Area Map .......................................... 127 Coastal Zone Boundaries ............................................. 128 'History of the Coastal Zone of Ashtabula County ..................... 129 Properties Listed in the National Register of Historic Places....... 132 Properties Meeting Criteria for the National Register of Historic Places ................................................ 133 Ashtabula Historic Districts Location Map ........................... 134 Historic Properties Location Map .................................... 134.5 Inventory Quality Properties ........................................ 135 Potential Conflicts and Remedial Acts ............................... 138 Copies of National Register, and Historic'Inventory Forms ........... 139 Appendix Criteria for Evaluation of Properties Nominated to the National Register of Historic Places ....................... I............. A-.1 INTRODUCTION This historic properties surv ey was conducted within the defined coastal zone" of Lucas, Ottawa, and Ashtabula Counties - specifically in the coastal zone of Jerusalem Township (Lucas.County), the coastal zone of mainland Ottawa County, and the coastal zone of Ashtabula County from the western limits of the City of Ashtabula east to the Pennsylvania border. Each county is treated individually in the report and is divided into various sections: I. Maps of "Coastal Zone" Study Areas, followed by their official DNR boundaries. 2. History of the "Coastal Zone." 3. Listing of properties on, or determined eligible for, the National Register of Historic Places, accompanied by the corresponding nomination forms - each form is numbered with the appropriate property number assigned by the various lists (the number appears at the top center of each form). 4. Listing of properties which, in the opinion of the contractor, meet criteria ne,cessary for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places, but which are not listed on the National Register. These are accompanied by the corresponding Ohio Historic or Village Inventory forms, which are numbered with the appropriate property number assigned by the various lists (the number appears at the top center of each form). 5. Maps giving the location of historic properties delineated in nu@bers'3 and 4 above, and numbered according to their appropriate lists. 6. Listing of properties which have maintained a good measure of architectural and/or historical integrity and are considered to be "Inventory Quality," but do not, in the opinion of the contractor, meet criteria necessary for nomination to the National Register. If an Ohio Historic or Village Inventory form has been completed for this property, an asterisk precedes the entry. 7. Listing of properties on, eligible for, or meeting criteria for the National Register which pose identifiable potential conflicts between energy development and historic preservation. This list is accompanied by suggested remedial acts. A complete inventory was made of all architecturally significant structures and supplemented by structures/sites of historical significance. In order to avoid duplication of efforts, properties already listed on the National Register, or included in a previous Ohio Historic Inventory, were not re-inventoried, but are included in the various lists with copies of the forms. These forms were prepared either by.the Division of Housing and Community Development of the City of Ashtabula, the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), or the U.S. Coast Guard, by the Regional Historic Preservation Office of the Western Reserve Historical Society, by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office of the Ohio Historical Society, by the Ottawa County Historical Society, or by individual contractors Larry Beers and Thomas Butchko. Copies of all National Register, Ohio Historic Inventory, and Village forms are held by the Western Reserve Historical Society for Ashtabula County and by the Center for Archival Collections of Bowling Green State University for Lucas and Ottawa Counties, as well as by the Ohio Historical Society. This report does not address archaeological sites within the coastal zones of the various counties unless they already are listed on the National Register. Furthermore, the selection of properties which meet National Register criteria but are not listed on the register is based upon the professional opinion of the contractor and does not constitute a.federal or state decision. Neither does this report take or recommend any action to nominate any properties to the National Register of Historic Places, as the report is strictly a planning document. Summary of Potential Conflicts Between Energy Development and Historic Preservation In the "coastal zone" of the study area, few impacts on historic properties resulting directly from existing or proposed energy facilities/activities were identified. They involve mostly possible potential conflicts, including impacts from such energy related activities as port operation, power/fuel line place- ment, road widening to facilitate transport of energy resources, or power plant/ sub station siting. In cases where such potential conflicts were identified, they are addressed with the-section dealing with that county. Most of the impacts are secondary or anticipated in nature, and any resulting conflicts are therefore difficult to predict. Conflicts between energy development and the preservation of historic properties may arise due to increased development along the coastline and the resulting increased demand for energy. This potential for conflict is particularly evident in Ottawa County along the coastline from Dort Clinton to the eastern tips of Catawba Island and Danbury Townships. ..New. residential/recreational/cormiercial development in this area wil-1 exert pressure on local resources and will lead to the expansion of services, such as sewer construction, which is proposed for both townships. A similar expansion can be anticipated for energy ser- vices as well. Conflicts are less likely in parts of Jerusalem Township of Lucas County and in Benton, Carroll, and Erie Townships of Ottawa County due to the existence of federal and state nature/wildlife refuges, reserves, and parks, which will not be developed for energy facilities. Direct impacts on historic properties as a result of the development of the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station were not identified, although a number of properties near Davis-Besse were inven- toried, as noted in the "Inventory Quality" list of the Ottawa County section. Historically, natural gas fields were reported around Oak Harbor, although these have apparently been inactive for years. Also, small amounts of oil are pumped from sections of Catawba Island, notably at the southwestern end of the township. These wells are limited in number and production, and"have had no significant impact on the area. Like the natural gas fields, however, we felt it important to mention these energy resources for future reference, although no conflict with historic properties exists. 4 Sections of Ashtabula County, including portions east of the cities of Ashtabula and Conneaut are owned by private companies such as Cleveland Electric Illuminating and U.S. Steel Corporation and are hot accessible to the public. No historic properties, however, were found in or around these areas, although some properties were of inventory quality and are noted in the "Inventory Quality" list. Most of the remaining study area in Ashtabula County is heavily "built-up," so that conflicts will arise generally from new energy activity. Other indirect impacts include stone quarrying, flooding, rising and falling lake levels, commercial/industrial expansion, population shifts, and abandonment of properties due to a variety of causes. Again, these are not the direct result of energy facilities or activities, but may be inter- related. This report addresses these indirect.impacts in order to identify known secondary effects, and to enable the Ohio Department of Energy, the Ohio Power Siting Commission, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, and other users of this report to anticipate, locate, and effectively deal with real conflicts when they arise. 5 Summary of Non-Regulatory Mitigative Measures Various federal and state statutes mandate environmental assessments for any project related to energy development. There are, however, a number .of options available which are non-regulatory in nature, and which will assist in mitigating impacts on historic properties arising from energy activity. These involve direct local contact as soon as possible, good public relations, and a willingness to cooperate and compromise. Education is also an important factor in effectively mitigating the impact of a potential conflict. The location of historic properties in the "Coastal zones" of each county should readily be made known. The following actions are non-regulatory mitigative measures which can be employed and are loosely prioritized: 1. Contact and work with local historical societies, neighborhood groups, or community associations. In many cases, local awareness of historic properties has resulted in notoriety and sentiment for a particular structure or area and this must be recognized and considered in decision making. An appropriate solution to most, but not all, potential conflicts can be arrived at by working closely with these local groups and individuals. Once they realize that a willingness to cooperate exists, results will improve dramatically. In Lucas County, such groups include the Oregon/Jerusalem Historical Society and the Landmarks Committee of the Maumee Valley Historical Society. In Ottawa County, such groups include the Ottawa County Historical Society, the Lakeside Association, the Catawba Cliffs Association, and the Toussaint Founders Club. In Ashtabula County, such groups include the Ashtabula County Historical Society, the Conneaut Community Center, Inc. at Kilpi Hall, and the Conneaut Railroad Museum. 2. Promote awareness and education among these and other interested groups. Such as civic organizations, in order to illustra te the need for energy development balanced by the need to preserve important historic proper- ties. This process should be undertaken as soon as possible, well before final decisions have been made. In some cases, local people will not be aware of the need for energy development or the existence of certain historic properties. Recognizing the establishment of local historic preservation groups who can effectively mobilize support and interest can be an important tool. These groups can assist in arriving at good solutions if cooperation on both parts is evident. 6 3. Move the historic property. In many cases, frame, and even brick/stone, structures can be moved, there- by avoiding destruction. If costs are made reasonable, often a purchaser can be located who will move the property away from the area of conflict. Local groups can be extremely helpful in this instance, sometimes even providing limited financial support to effect such a move. They also serve as an excellent resource to disseminate information about the need to move a structure through newsletters and other avenues of communication I Care should always be exercised to determine the solvency of a potential buyer and to insure a workable preservation plan for the property. In some cases, the local historical society may themselves be interested in the property, and will be willing to negotiate an acceptable preservation plan and moving schedule. In other cases, the current owner may be willing to negotiate similar terms. If deemed vitally important, it may be possible to dismantle and re-assemble the property in a safe environment. 4. Transfer of an historic property to protective ownership or the acceptance of certain easements on the property. In certain cases, it may be advisable to secure public or non-profit ownership for an historic property in order to insure its survival. For instance, development of an area as a park or preserve may involve historic properties (these properties should be part of the overall planning from the beginning of the project). In other cases, the abandonment of an historic property may necessitate such ownership in order to save a threatened structure/site. The property may be held in trust until an owner can be located, or until ownership is transferred to an appropriate agency or group. Easements of land containing an historic property or of the facade of an historic property are other options which can mitigate potential conflicts. 5. Stabilization and protection of abandoned.historic properties. Securing of vacant historic properties until an interested owner can be located--a process known as "mothballing"--has been successful in many areas. In these cases, enlisting the aid of local groups can be extremely important, as they may be able to provide free labor and/or surveillance in order.to protect the property. 6. Protection of historic properties from shoreline erosion. Many options are available, however, most are regulated by government agencies, such as the Corps of Engineers. Public awareness of the existence of historic properties along the shoreline is probably the most effective tool. Private owners may be interested in taking pro- tective measures if they realize the importance of the property. Cooperation with such owners, and providing assistance where necessary, can help to mitigate potential conflicts. @7. Encouragement of new and appropriate uses for historic properties. The adaptive reuse of historic structures is a key aspect of current historic preservation planning. Many historic properties have lost their 7 original uses, and in order to remain functional must be converted to other uses--for instance, a school being renovated for housing. In such cases, care must be exercised that inappropriate uses, such as a church becoming a car wash or drive-through carryout (such as 301 W. Second Street in Port Clinton) are discouraged if possible. In all cases, integral features of the exterior architecture and interior detailing should be preserved. The Secretary of"the Interior's "Standards for.Rehabilitation and Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings," are a good reference, and can be easily understood and followed. 8. Preparation of materials necessary to document the property's existence if it must be destroyed. These measures could include photographs, line drawings, measured draw- ings, collection of historical data, detailed architectural and construction descriptions, oral histories, and other actions which will record the history of the property. This measure should be used as a last resort after all other avenues of preservation have failed, and we recommend that this pro- cedure be followed in all cases involving demolition of historic properties on the National Register of Historic Places or considered eligible for the National Register by the contractor. Copies of these documents should be housed at the Western Reserve Historical Society and the Ashtabula County Historical Society for Ashtabula County and at the Center for Archival Collections (BGSU), the Oregon-Jerusalem Historical Society, the Ottawa County Historical Society, and the Local History Room of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library for Lucas and Ottawa Counties. Copies of all docu- mentation should also be sent to the Historic Preservation Office of the Ohio Historical Society, Columbus. In all of these measures, caution must be exercised to insure that private property rights are respected and that cooperation between individuals/groups and agencies is continually sought. GLUCAS COUNTY I I C H I G A N 24 75 L7& ul Al *44, rt I =j@ vl@ FJ_4,41,r@ '94 J C@l AL@- ;T; f lorbor vile rrzol-T 20 w 40 WA UFO :VO 0 i 1@ 2, 11 JL N ', @7, '4@� -R Nr, J111 ni OTTAWA Rossford Lj 2 20 47@10 23 65 so le _M 90 Perrv uro i ff"I ""s] r 20 0 A, J, We thy z 47 IL F r. t24 Is u 1@zmp - F-1 I , @ i .,, - FO J=D ]JEN E- w 4 COASTAL ZONE STUDY AREA 'Grand 57 taids DE 10 OHIO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES COASTAL ZONE BOUNDARIES: Jerusalem Township, Lucas County Beginning at the intersection of the Jerusalem Township line with Maumee Bay, south on Township line to the intersection with Corduroy Road; East on Corduroy Road to Yondota Road; South on Yondota Road to Veler Road extended west; East on Veler Road extended west and on Veler Road to Bono-Port Clinton Road (Route 2); South on Bono-Port Clinton (Route 2) to Lucas-Ottawa County line. History of the Coastal Zone of Jerusalem Township in Lucas County Jerusalem Township is the easternmost township of Lucas County and is bounded on the north by Maumee Bay and Lake Erie. From the west, the town- ship shoreline slopes gently in a northeasterly direction, reaching.its peak at a point of land called Cedar Point which forms the northeastern head of Maumee Bay. From Cedar Point, the lakeshore drops sharply to the Ottawa County border. The first two miles inland from the lake and bay are marshland and largely contained in the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, The Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge, The Metzger Marsh Wildlife Area, The Crane Creek State Park, and the proposed Maumee Bay State Park. Inland from the marshes is an area of rich farmland, much of which has been recovered from the lake, and which was originally covered by dense stands of oak, walnut, ash, elm, and other hardwoods. Three creeks, Crane, Cedar, and Wolf, drain the township with Crane and Cedar Creeks in the southern half of the township and Wolf Creek in the north. The first known inhabitants of Jerusalem Township were Indians of the Ottawa tribe who had a small settlement at the edge of the marsh where the vil- lage of Bono is now located. The first white men in the area were French trappers and traders who made their living from the muskrat and other fur bearing animals which teemed in the coastal marshes. The first American settlement in Jerusalem Township's coastal zone came in 1860 when a group of farmers settled inland from the marshes. in the area along.present day Cedar Point and Arquette Roads. The dense stands of hardwood inspired the first real industry in the township as Detroit industrialist, Eber Brock Ward, acquired some 3,177 acres of land, built a canal from the lake to the point where Cedar Creek dissipated into the ma rshland, and established a shipyard and sawmill. Ward named the small settlement New Jerusalem and the name of the township is derived from this early settlement. Although Ward's operations only lasted from about 1870 until 1873, his shipyard was replaced by a stave mill, and lumbering remained the most prominent industry in the township until a disastrous fire in 1895 destroyed much of the remaining woods. 12 In the early 1900's, George Howard of Cincinnati purchased much of Ward's land, constructed dikes and a second canal to encompass the land, drained the acreage and planted onions in the rich "muck" which remained. Later,other crops such as corn, wheat, and potatoes were planted, and as others followed Howard's lead, "muck farming" became the leading industry in the township. Other industries operating in the coastal zone during the early 1900's included commercial fishing and resort businesses. In the early 1920's, former "muck farmer" Henry Reno turned his farm into a vacation retreat, selling lakefront lots for summer homes and building a dance hall and golf course. Today farming and sport fishing are probably the two biggest industries in the township's coastal zone as the rich "muck" continues to produce excellent crops, and several marinas have been established to service the needs of the growing number of sport fishermen on the lake. 13 PROPERTIES LISTED ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES In the "coastal zone" of Jerusalem Township, Lucas CountyD there are no properties currently listed on the National Register of Histori.c Places. 14 PROPERTIES MEETING CRITERIA FOR THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES In the "coastal zone" of Jerusalem Township, Lucas -County, there are no properties which meet criteria necessary for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places. 15 INVENTORY QUALITY PROPERTIES In the "coastal zone" of Jerusalem Township,,Lucas County, the following properties possess "Inventory Quality 11 attributes; (*) indicates that Ohio Historic Inventory. or Village Inventory forms have been completed for thi s property: * 1. 145 Lagoon Road (Howard Farms) * 2. Veler Road (Between Lyon and Turnau Roads) * 3. Corduroy Road (Between Cousino and N. Curtice Roads) * 4. Village of Bono 16 POTENTIAL CONFLICTS AND REMEDIALACTS Due to the lack of existing National Register or National Register quality properties in the "coastal zone" of Jerusalem Township,.Lucas County, it is not necessary to note areas of potential conflict between energy development and historic preservation or to suggest remedial acts to mitigate potential impacts. OTTAWA COUNTY . I I L u c A s c 0 L A K C Li L@@ 'N cl- N C., FL illbu,y y-- ef] ORT-- lk@ co s A N D u s K y c 0 COASTAL ZONE STUDY AREA D E 19 OHIO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES COASTAL ZONE BOUNDARIES: Ottawa County Beginning on Route 2 at the intersection with the Lucas-Ottawa County line and then east on-Route 2 to Route 590; South on Route 590 to the point common to sections 22, 23, 26 and 27 of Benton Township; East from that point along the section line to Benton-Carroll Ro ad; North on Benton-Carroll Road to midpoint of east boundary line of Section 24 of Benton Township-, East from that midpoint to Genzman Road; East on Genzman Road and on Genzman Road extended east, to Carroll-Erie Road; South on Carroll-Erie Road to Route 163; West on Route 163 to Route 19; South on Route 19 to Portage River South Road; Southeast on Portage River South Road to Woodrick Road; South on Woodrick Road to the Sandusky-Ottawa County line. 20 History of the Coastal Zone of Ottawa County Ottawa County was formed on March 6, 1840, from the eastern part of Lucas County and the northern parts of Sandusky and Erie Counties, with Port Clinton chosen as the county seat. The mainland coastal zone of Ottawa County includes: all of Danbury, Catawba Island, Portage, Erie, and Bay Townships, which include the villages of Marblehead and Lakeside and the city of Port Clinton; and parts of Salem, Carroll, and Benton Townships, including a section of the city of Oak Harbor. The coastal zone is dominated by a mitten-shaped peninsula which juts out.into Lake Erie at the county's eastern end. The peninsula, called the Marblehead Peninsula, is bounded on the south by the Sandusky Bay, on the east by Lake Erie, on the northeast by the South Passage, one of two shipping routes around the Bass Islands, and on the northwest by a wide bay known locally as "Rockingchair Cove." Actually the Marblehead Peninsula is two peninsulas, as a second peninsula, the thumb of the mitten, breaks off in a northeast direction from the main east-west peninsula. This second peninsula was at one time an island and is commonly known as Catawba Island. Catawba Island is bounded on the east and is nearly cut off from the main peninsula by West Harbor, one of three harbors which originally served as the mouth of the Portage River. The Portage River is the largest river in the county running in an east-west direction through the middle of the county and emptying into Lake Erie at the base of Rockingchair Cove where the county's largest city, Port Clinton, is located. Originally the Portage emptied into the lake approxi- mately ten miles to the east, forming a delta region between Catawba Island and the Marblehead Peninsula. The only other rivers in the county are the Toussaint River, which empties into Lake Erie at the northwest head of Rockingchair Cove, and the Little Portage River, a tributary of the Portage. Six major creeks are also found fn the county's coastal region. Muddy Creek empties into Sandusky Bay just below the county's southern boundary. La Carpe Creek parallels the Portage River one to two miles to the north. Rusha and Packer Creeks are major tributaries of the Toussaint River, and Turtle and Crane Creeks drain the northwest portion of the county. 21 Topographically, the coastal zone in Ottawa County can be divided into two di sti n6t regions. West of Port Clinton, the first couple of miles inland from both the Sandusky Bay and Lake Erie are mostly marshland. The Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, the Magee Marsh State Reservation, and the Crane Creek State Park account today for much of the *lakeshore marsh, while the Winous Point Shooting Club owns nearly all the marshland along Sandusky Bay. Inland from the marshes is rich farmland which was originally part of the Black Swamp and was covered by valuable stands of walnut, hickory, ash, oak, elm, and other hardwoods. East of Port Clinton, the shoreline is considerably higher and frequently rocky with the scenic limestone cliffs of Catawba Island being among the highest points along Lake Erie's southern shore. The only marshland in this part of the county is found along the former bed of the Portage River, and in scattered patches along the bayshore. The soil in this section is often rocky with only a thin layer of topsoil covering the limestone bed- rock. Historically much of this area was a grassy prairie. The earliest known inhabitants of Ottawa County's coastal region were Indians of the Erie or Cat Nation. These Indians lived in the eastern part of the county during the 1500's and early 1600's and left behind several earthworks and stone mounds, one of which remains today on Sugar Rock in Catawba Island Township. Later tribes which dwelt within the county's coastal area included the Ottawa Indians after whom the county was named. The first white man to visit Ottawa County's coastal zone was the French explorer Etienne Brule, who travelled through the area in 1615. French trappers and traders were the first white men to dwell within the county. A French Canadian settlement founded at the mouth of the Toussaint River in 1814 is believed to have been the first organized settlement in the county. The first English penetration into Ottawa County came in 1745 when English traders established a fort and trading post along the north shore of Sandusky Bay. The fort, called Fort Sandoski,wasthe first fort built in Ohio by white men and occupied a strategic position on the De Lery Portage across the Marblehead Peninsula. This portage was part of an early Indian trail through the Ohio wilderness known as the Sandusky-Scioto Trail. 22 It was named after a French engineer who accompanied a 1754 French expedi- tion which used the protage. Later expeditions which also used the portage were a British expedition in 1760 and an American expedition during the War of 1812. Ottawa County's coastal zone is fairly rich in terms of military hi story other than just the movements of military expeditions.' The first skirmish of the War of 1812 was fought in Danbury Township and during the Civil War a Confederate officer's prison was established on Johnson's Island, an island in Sandusky Bay which is part of Danbury Township. Besides being the scene of most of Ottawa County's military history, Danbury Township was part of Ohio's Firelands district and was the first section of the county settled by Americans. The county's first settler was Benajah Wolcott, a Revolutionary War veteran from Connecticut who settled along Danbury's bayshore in 1809. Wolcott was also the first keeper of the Marblehead Lighthouse which watched over the shallow entrance to Sandusky Bay. The Marblehead Lighthouse and a Danbury farmhouse built by Wolcott are believed to be the two oldest structures in northwestern Ohio, dating from around 1820. Ottawa County's remaining coastal townships were settled somewhat later than Danbury, in the 1820's and 1830's, and the county's two largest cities, Port Clinton and Oak Harbor, were founded in 1828 and 1833 respectively. During the 1800's, major industries in Ottawa County's coastal zone included lumbering, farming, fruit growing, fishing, and quarrying. Lumbering and farmingwere confined largely to the western coastal town- ships where the rich black loam supported forests of hardwoods and, as the forests were cleared, produced excellent crops of corn, wheat, and other grains. Later, tomatoes and cucumbers were also grown, and potatoes and onions thrived in the rich "muck" reclaimed from coastal marshes. The village of Oak Harbor became an agricultural center for area farmers, had a small shipyard on the Portage River, and was well known for its lumber tradeand tile and brick yards. Although some fruit was grown along the lakesh ore, the county's fruit growing center was'in Catawba Island and western Danbury Township where the shallow rocky soil was not conducive to farming. During the late 1800's, Ottawa County led the state in the production of peaches, grapes, and wine. 23 Eight wine cellars were located in the eastern part of the township and Port Clinton was noted for its peach market. In a similar manner, although some limestone was quarried in Benton Township, the largest deposits of limestone were in eastern Danbury Town- ship near-the village of Marblehead. Limestone was first quarried in Marblehead in 1835,and by the late 1800's3 The Kelley's Island Lime and Transport Company of Marblehead claimed to be the largest producers of lime and limestone products in the world. Ohio's only known,resources of gypsum are located in the "plasterbed" region of Portage Township and gypsum rock had been quarried there as early as 1838. After 1900, however, gypsum was mined from the area and the making of plaster and other gypsum products became an important industry in the county. Whitefish were first discover ed off Catawba Point in 1840 and during the 1800's, tons of fish were shipped around the country daily from the county. Extensive fishing depots were located in Danbury and Port Clinton, the latter of which was known as one of the largest fish markets on the Great Lakes. The early 1900's brought a number of important developments to Ottawa County's coastal zone. In 1906, the Matthews Company, a major shipbuilding concern, relocated in Port Clinton and during its heyday was known as the largest manufacturer of stock cruisers in the world. Also in 1906, the state of Ohio's only military reservation, Camp Perry, was founded in Erie Township as a summer training ground for the National Guard and as the site for the National Rifle and Pistol Matches. Twelve years later,,during World War I, the Erie Proving Ground (EPG) and Ordnance Depot was established in Camp Perry's western border. During the two Worl-d Wars, these new installations played an important role. In World War I, the Matthews Company produced sub-chasers and sea- plane hulls and pontoons. Camp Perry served as a training center for now recruits and EPG tested 7,964 units of artillery. In World War 11, Matthews manufactured landing barges, Camp Perry served as a POW camp and as a training center, and EPG received, tested, and shipped some 70% of the mobile artillery used by the allied forces. The early 1900's also saw the rise of tourism as the county's major industry and the building of resorts and summer colonies along the county's 24 scenic shore. Tour-i-smOh-ad actually begun in the late 1800's as visitors came to--t-h-ea-rea--to fish, swim, enjoy the scenery, and sample the native fruits and wines. During the 1920's, however, many of these visitors began building summer homes, and in the more elaborate summer resorts, like the Catawba Cliffs Beach Club, recreational facilitiessuch as golf courses and clubhouses were also constructed. Although this "resort boom" didn't hit Ottawa County until around 1920, the county's first and most-famous resort community, Lakeside, was founded in 1873. Originally, Lakeside was founded as a moral,-religious, and health camp retreat. The camp meeting format, however, quickly changed and Lakeside brought the Chautauqua Movement to Ottawa County's shores, becoming the area's cultural center. Over the years, prominent entertainers and speakers have visited Lakeside including Susan B. Anthony, Presidents Hayes and McKinley, Billy Sunday, William Jennings Bryan, Amelia Earhart, and Lowell Thomas. Today, farming continues as the most important industry in the western part of the county where leading crops include soybeans and corn. Fruit growing is still an important industry in the county although few vineyards and only one winery remain in the coastal region. Quarrying also remains an important industry and lake freighters stop regularly at Marblehead's stone docks. The manufacture of gypsum products yet remains a significant industry, although no gypsum rock is mined and only a little is quarried. Commercial fishing also is largely a thing of the past and has been replaced by sport fishing which draws thousands of visitors to the county's coastal region each year. Tourism continues as the county 's leading industry and Port Clinton prides itself as the heart of Lake Erie's Vacationland. More recent industries in the area, which are among the county's leading employers, are the Standard Products Company of Port Clinton, which makes rubber products for automobiles, and the ARES Company which tests weapon systems at Camp Perry. Recent developments in Ottawa County's coastal zone include the mid-1970's construction of the Davis Besse Nuclear Power Station, northwest Ohio's only nuclear power plant, at the mouth of the Toussaint River, and large scale development along the eastern shoreline involving the construction of numerous condominiums. 25 PROPERTIES LISTED IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES In the "coastal zone" of Ottawa County, the following properties are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: 1. Marblehead Lighthouse - Marblehead (Danbury Township): listed 12-0-69 II. War of 1812 Battle Site -,Mineyahta-on-the-Bay (Danbury ship): listed 2-23-72 III. OttawalCounty Courthouse Port Clinton: listed 5-3-74 IV. Johnson Island'Civil War Prison and Fort Site Johnson's Island (Danbury Township): listed 3-27-75 V. Betsy Mo-John Cabin - Catawba Island (Catawba Island Township): listed 5-6-76 26 PROPERTIES MEETING CRITERIA FOR THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PIACES In the "coastal zone" of Ottawa County, the following properties meet criteria necessary for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places: Oak Harbor 1. Historic District - Both sides of Water Street from Locust Street to the eastern city limits and including 118 and 121 Brooklyn Street. Only the south side of Water Street is in the "coastal zone;" however, in order to create a cohesive historic district, both sides of Water Street are included in the district. Ohio Historic Inventory forms for the most significant properties are found in this section and include 127, 130, 138, 156, 240 Water Street and 121 Brooklyn Street. Other properties which are a part of the historic district are noted in the "Inventory Quality" listing. 2. 137 Erie Street - Charles H. Graves House. Salem Township .3. Muddy Creek North Road Salem District School Number Seven. Erie Township 4. State Route 163 (W. Harbor Road) Lacarne: Lacarne/Erie Township School. 5. State Route 2 - Camp Perry: Six structures, noted on the Village Inventory form, meet National Reg1ster Criteria, and include the Gatehouses, the Baggage Station, the Commissary, the Consolidated:Mess, the Commercial Center, and the Gratitude Train Car. It should be noted that the Ohio National Guard had indicated that they are not interested in the nomination of these structures to the National Register of Historic Places. Bay Township 6. Paulsen Road at southwest corner of Little Portage East Road - Peter Newman Barn. 7. 3500 S. Lattimore Road Winous Point Shooting Club. Port Clinton 8. 403 Lakeshore Drive - Port Clinton Lighthouse. 27 9. -106 W. Perry St. Port Clinton..Buggy Co. 10. Madison Street at southwest corner of Perry Street - Island.House 11. 132 Madison Street at northwest corner of Second Street (Port Clinton) Old National Bank 12. 306 Madison Street - Dr. De La Barre's Office 13. Jefferson Street at south east corner of Second Street - St. Thomas Episcopal Church 14. Jefferson Street, immediately south of St. Thomas Episcopal Church J. H. Magruder House 15. 512 Jefferson Street - Dr. Gillard House and Office 16. Historic District - bounded by Adams Street (both sides) on the west, the south side of Perry Street on the north, both sides of Lincoln Street on the east, and both sides of Second Street on the south; also including both sides of the 200 blocks of Adams, Washington, Fulton, and Lincoln Streets. Ohio Historic Inventory forms for the most significant properties are found in this section and include the Port Clinton City Hall and St. John's Lutheran Church on Adams Street; 310 and 504 East Perry Street; 323, 324, 402, 426, 521, and 613 East Second Street; and 114 Washington Street. Other properties which are a part of the historic district are noted in the "Inventory Quality" listing. Portage Township 17. 3255 East State Road - Ford Tri-Motor Airplane (The "Tin-Goosell). This is an operating aircraft, housed at the Port Clinton Municipal Airport. 18. Southern end of Fulton Street Fort Sandoski site 19. 2856 East Harbor Road John Boschen Farm. Catawba Island Township 20. Beach Club Road - Catawba Island Club Bathhouse 21. Historic District - Catawba Cliffs: both sides of Cliff Road from West Catawba Road on the east to Stonehenge Road on the west. A Village Inventory form featuring the most significant properties is found in this section and highlights the Catawba Cliffs gates, the old Lime Kiln, the Catawba Cliffs Arch, and 3830, 3876, 3954, 4221, 4241, 4300, 4368, and 4567 Cliff Road. 22. Wine Cellar Road - Mon-Ami Winery (326 West Catawba Road). 28 Danbury Township 23. 4859 East Harbor Road - William Miller House 24. 6965 East Harbor Road - John Graves House 25. 8122 East Harbor Road - Mathias Kelting Farm 26. 19156 Bayshore Road - Hartshorn House 27. 9999 Bayshore Road - Benajah Wolcott House 28. Historic District - Lakeside: Entire community bounded by Lake Erie shoreline on the north and the Lakeside fence on the east, south, and west. Ohio Historic Inventory forms for the most significant properties are found in this section and include 238 East Lake Front; 411 Lakefront; 104 and 122 East Second Street; Hoover Auditorium on Third'Street; 102 East Fourth Street; 301 and 302 Cedar Street; 222 and 224 Central Street; 161, 236, and 324 Walnut Street; 150 and 238 Maple Street; 22S, 238, and 345 Sycamore-Street; and 238 Lynn Street. Also includes Lakeside Depot (original structure only) at 710 Cedar Street just south of Lakeside fence. Other properties which are a part of the historic district are noted in the "Inventory Quality" listing. 29. 1317 Harsh Road - "Edgewood Park"/William -Gamble House Marblehead 30. 509 Francis Street - Jay,--s House 31. 525-S26 Limestone Street - Friederich Roesling House 32. Main Street - Marblehead Roundhouse, Marblehead Depot, and Marblehead Engine House 33. 114 East Main Street - Holy Assumption Russian Church 34. 133 Clemons Street at Lake Erie Shoreline and 145 Lakeshore Drive Alexander and Ai Clemons' Houses 35. 429 Main Street Biro House 36. Lighthouse Drive Marblehead Lighthouse Keeper's House. This property could be combined with the Marblehead Lighthouse, which is already listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 37. 802 Prairie Street at the NW corner of James Street First United' Church of Christ, Congregational AIE FM-1 nd doMh 2 L E 3 mg E NMMS no :m-aL .-D N iM X Awl 5 of -En--E ro r1-9111 I FRO" pul I Ridge f", to A-P IS All 9- 16 E--@' 4 CONRAIL jJiLgcorne LINT 4 4 At 53 2 Tilt 3 Ito. I? MILI 14 14 - ,,, -w@ A Is 2-1 UWLJIMUZJ t4 _AWDr_ I 53 OTTAWA COUNTY LOCATION OF HISTORIC PROPERTIES 29 INVENTORY QUALITY PROPERTIES In the "coastal zone" of Ottawa County, the following properties possess "Inventory Quality" attributes; indicates that Ohio Historic Inventory or Village Inventory forms have been completed for this property: Benton Township 3259 Lickert-Harder Road 14??? Toussaint North Road (Former School Village of Limestone) Carroll Township * 8592 Duff-Washa Ro ad * Duff-Washa near NE Corner Humphrey (Former Church) * 11055 Duff-Washa Road * Sand Beach Village Form * Toussaint East Road NW Corner Toussaint South (Hall) * 8645? Toussaint East Road (North side between Leutz Road and Toussaint South Road) * 9977 Toussaint East Road * 3770 Toussaint South Road * Toussaint South Road SE Corner Toussaint East (Church) Salem Township * 7981 Boysen Road * 7154 W. Harbor Road * 7150 Little Portage East Road * 2782 Mud Creek Road 8656 " Is 11 Portage River South Road at NE Corner Oak Harbor Southeast Road 8136 Stump Road Oak Harbor 134 Erie Street 137 Prospect Street 148 11 - 11 241 It 125 Maple Street 129 If If 155 30 Oak Harbor Historic District 536 Water Street * 239 Water Street 520 it * 229 11 11 512 221 11 It * 462 215 It Is * 387 * 201 336 It * 165 331 162 * 328 * 147 It 323 124 It * 319 115 11 * 247 * 139 It * 244 * 118 Brooklyn Street Erie Township * Camp Perry Village Form * Erie Industrial Park Village Form * 6862 W. Harbor Road * Jacknife Bridge * 5510 W. Lakeshore Drive * 5756 " 11 11 * Ontario Street at NW Corner West Harbor Road Bay Township Fremont Road SE Corner Limestone * 4329 W. Fremont Road * 4471 " . It 11 * 5741 Oak Harbor Southeast Road Portage Township 170 Christy Chapel Road * Gypsum Village Form * 4054 E. Harbor Road * Plasterbed Road (Celotex Plant Office) * 1109? Plasterbed Road Port Clinton * 328 Adams Street * 121 W. Fifth Street 419 * 215 423 425 * 427 * 426 E. Fourth Street 420 Eleventh Street * 421 " * 621 E. Fifth Street * 416 " * 230 * 402 " It 222 It * 326 201 It 11 11 * 329 It * E. Fifth at Madison Street * 318 * 117 W. Fifth Street * 317 31 Port Clinton (continued) 226 E. Fourth Street * 414 Madison Street 217 It 11 11 * 500 216 11 11 . If- 509 East Fourth between Madison * 514 .and Jefferson Streets 513 If at ,(Jr. High School) 529 It * 117 W. Fourth Street 602(?) 129 It It at 710 It * 130 " 11 to 835 It * W. Fourth SW Corner Monroe * 208 Monroe Street * 206 W. Fourth Street * 212 11 11 * 215 11 If 11 * 316 it If 229 If 11 319 It * 303 411 310 * 414 * 319 421 If 405 Fulton Street 424 * 507 11 513 * 122 Hayes Street 515 * 414 Harrision Street * 12012- E. Perry Street * 221 Jackson Street * 122 If 11 11 * 421 If 205 " 11 It * 119 Jefferson Street * 216 " * 121 * 220 " 210 * 226 " If 11 218 * 702 " 11 11 * 222 706 '1 * 315 If .726 319 W. Perry at Monroe * 320 120 E. Second Street * 329 126 E. * 415 203 " * 502 711 " 511 719 " * 255 Lakeshore Drive * 723 " it If * 304 Lincoln Street * 731 " It 11 * 305 11 11 * W. Second Street W. End * 2 N. Madison Street * 120 W. Second Street * 101-108 Madison Street W. Second SE Corner Monroe Madison 200 Block between * 212 W. Second Street W. Third and alley * 214 it 11 * 111 Madison Street 218 * 112-116 232 If * 113 * 301 " If * 129 * 320 " 11 * 130-136 113 W. Sixth Street * Madison NE Corner Second Street 303 " 11 11 11 * 200-206 Madison Street 331 * 208 411 * 217 State Street NW Corner Lincoln * 322 417 E. Third Street * 326 422 32 Port Clinton (continued) * 517 E. Third.Street 217 W. Third Street 11 If it 224 11 11 If 527 It 227 of it 11 * 528 of 11 If 706 230 * 111 W. Third Street 231 If 311 * 115 125 316 W. Third NE Corner Monroe * 319 129 W. Third Street * 326 If * 203 " 11 11 * 400 * 207 If 11 416 432 If * 208 502 11 * 211 11 If * 215 521 Port Clinton Historic District * 111 Adams Street 224 Lincoln Street * 115 226 E. Perry Street * 117 302 * 120 306 * 122 318'11 11 11 208 If 330 If 11 * 217 If 402 11 it 218 414 If * 223 418 * Fulton Street North End 426 * 118 Fulton Street 430 Fulton Street SE Corner 520 .Second Street 528 * 211 Fulton Street 608 of it If if * 212 620 * 215 317 E. Second Street * 218 318 If 11 * 225 409 If it * 230 419 11 If It * 231 420 107 Lincoln Street 503-505 114 it 508 * 118 512 " If If 119 513 " 122 It 516 " It * 123 517 * 127 520 * 201 525 If * 207 529 It * 211 531 of * 215 If 601 * 219 It 605 * 220 612 It It * 221 33 Port Clinton - Historic District (continued) * 616 E. Second Street * 122 Washington Street * 617 * 211 * 623 * 216 * 110 Washington Street * 222 * 114 * 229 * 117 * 230 * 118 Catawba Island Township Barnum Road West End Beach Club Road West End Byrneal Beach Road West End 584 E. Catawba Road 1058 2432 3835 201 W. Catawba Road 1309 11 Is It 2920 (?) 'I Catawaba Island * 2933 W. Catawba Road * W. Catawba Road SE Corner Schoolhouse Road * W. Catawba Road NE Corner Schoolhouse Road * W. Catawba Road near NW Corner Catawba Woods Drive * 4681 Cemetery Road * Ottawa City Village Form * Rock Ledge - Eagle Beach Village Form * Sugar Rock (Indian Burial Mound) Danbury Township 6220 Bayshore Road Bayshore Road south side between Meter Road and Church Road 6562 Bayshore Road Bayshore NE Corner Church 7005 Bayshore Road * 7331 91 11 * 10515 it * Bayshore Road at S.R. #163 (Stack) 1170 Buck Road 12133 Danbury North Road 508 Englebeck Road 515 1381 * 4474 E. Harbor Road * E. Harbor Road 0.8 mile east of Lightner Road * 5053 E. Harbor Road * 5932 if * 6552 34 Danbury Township (continued) * 8193 E. Harbor Road * 2118 Meter Road * 5972 Port Clinton Eastern Road * Violet Village Form Lakeside Historic District 201 Cedar at Third *.508 E. Lakefront 454 Cedar * 528 225 Central * 602 E. Lakefront at Peach 303 * 614 E. Lakefront. 331 * 620 335 it * 632 E. Lakefront at Plum Park 435-437 * 417 Lakefront 441 * 423 Lakefront at Lynn 445 * 515 Lakefront Central at E. Fifth (Wo-Ho-Mis) * 521 11 . Central Park (Central Park * Lakefront at Oak Street Rest Room) * 158 Laurel 119 Central Park * 171 123 11 11 * 178 Laurel at Second 208 E. Fourth * 148 Lynn *419 E. Fourth at Lynn * 1'5 6 " *325 W. Fourth * 163 " 503 11 11 * 170 " 152 Jasmine * 203 Lynn at W. Third 159 to * 217 Lynn 160 It * 237 Lynn at Third 165 At * 320 Lynn at W. Third Jasmine at E. Second * 303 Lynn at W. Third (Marthella Burrows Cottage) * 311 Lynn Ill Kenton * 317 " 117 * 325 " 135-135 * 343 Lynn at W. Fourth 145 * 415 Lynn 149 * 502 Lynn at Fifth 163 * 208 Maple 169 * 216 177 * 317 Maple at W. Third 218 E. Lakefront * 344 Maple *224 * 428 *230 * 434 *300 E. Lakefront at Cedar * Maple and Seventh Streets (Asbury *308 E. Lakefront Hall) *314 * 184 Oak at Second *400 E. Lakefront at Laurel * 240 Oak *408 E. Lakefront 302 Oak at W. Third *412 421 Oak *418 429 " *424 444 " *432 E. Lakefront at Vine * 205 Park Row *502 * 215 35 Lakeside Histotic District (continued) * 221 Park Row *.E. Third-at Jasmine * 229 " It (Traumerei, Dell Cottage) * 162 Peach * 302 E. Third at Jasmine * 167 * 404 E. Third at Laurel * 182 Peach at Second * 434 E. Third at Vine * E. Second at Central * 506 " 11 It it (orchestra Hall) * 542 E. Third at Peach 110 E. Second * 620 E. Third 136 E. Second at Cedar * 104 W. Third at Central 162 E. Second * 213 W. Third 203," 11 * 325 W. Third at Sycamore 309 E. Second at Jasmine * 142 Vine 328 E. Second at Laurel * 148 " 432 E. Second at Vine * 155 " E. Second at Poplar (Franklin * 156 Mack Cottage) * 168 103 W. Second at Central * 162 Walnut 115 W. Second * Walnut (Caldwells Gift.Shop) 131 W. Second at Walnut '" (Hoovers Collectibles) W. Second at Maple (Smith's * 239 Walnut at W. Third Market) * 316 Walnut 317 W. Second * 320 W. Sixth at Walnut (Epworth * 350 Walnut at W. Fourth Lodge) * 635 Walnut 209 Sycamore * 644 230 11 * Walnut, E. Sixth and Central 304 Sycamore at W. Third Avenues (South Auditorium) 318 Sycamore * 660 Walnut at W. Seventh 336 11 103 E. Third at Central Marblehead 802.Barclay Street 522 Limestone Street 101 E. Main Street E. Main-Street NE Corner Buckeye *.E. Main Street SE Corner Pleasant 261 E. Main Street * 421 " 11 . Is * 110 W. Main Street * 114 513 800 Block W. Main Street 36 POTENTIAL CONFLICTS AND REMEDIAL ACTS In the "coastal zone" of Ottawa County, the properties herein listed are most identifiable as posing potential conflicts between energy development and historic preservation.. The name/type/location/number.of the property is given, along with the potential conflict and suggested remedial acts to mitigate potential impacts. 1. Betsy Mo-John Cabin (National Register of Historic Places) - Wine Cellar Road, Catawba Island Township: Property Number V. A. Potential Conflict: In proximity of known oil wells, some of of which are yet producing petroleum. B. Suggested Remedial Acts: Although these wells are limited in number and production, expanded drilling/pumping is possible. Future development of such resources should not occur on Wine Cellar Road, near the Betsy Mo-John Cabin or the adjacent Mon-Ami Winery, as the esthetics of the location and setting of these historic properties are vitally important to their continued existence. High public awareness of bo.th properties is a factor due to the fact that the Mon-Ami Winery is an operating restaurant complex and the cabin, which is immediately adjacent to the restaurant, is an attraction to visitors. 2. Oak Harbor Historic District (Meets criteria for National Register of Historic Places) - Oak Harbori Salem Township: Property Number 1. A. Potential Conflict: Any future widening/straightening of Water Street, S.R. 163, to facilitate the transfer of energy resources. B. Suggested Remedial Acts: Any such road activity should be balanced along both sides of road so as to reduce the amount of property needed for the activity. Demolition of any properties in the historic district should be avoided. Generally, an alternative route for the transfer of energy resources is suggested. 3. Former Lacarne/Erie Township School (Meets National Register Criteria) - S.R. 163 (W. Harbor Road) in Lacarne, Erie Township: Property Number 4. A. Potential Conflict: Any future widening/straightening of S.R. 163 to facilitate the transfer of energy resources. B. Suggested Remedial Acts: Avoid demolition of property. Road activity should take as little property as necessary, possibly occurring south of the roadway. 37 4. Camp Perry Gatehouses (Meet National Reg ister Criteria) S R. 2, Erie Township: Property Number 5. A. Potential Conflict: Any future wid ening/ straightening of S.R. 2 to facilitate the transfer of energy resources. B. Suggested Remedial Acts: Road activity should occur so as to avoid direct impact, such as demolition, to gatehouses. This area largely is open, and offers various alternatives to direct impact. 5. Port Clinton Lighthouse-(Meets National Register Criteria) - 403-Lake- shore Drive, Port Clinton: Property Number 8. A. Potential Conflict: Harbor/waterway activity/expansion to handle energy resources. B. Suggested Remedial Acts: If necessary, move structure. Lighthouse isa small, frame building which has been moved before and can be moved to a safe location relatively easily. Its location, at the water's edge, also is readily accessible to moving equipment. 6. Mon-Ami Winery (Meets National Register Criteria) Wine Cellar Road off W. Catawba Road, Catawba Island Township: Property Number 22. A. Potential Conflict: See Betsy MO-John Cabin entry in this list. B. Suggested Remedial Acts: Same. 7. Various Marblehead Historic Properties (Meet National Register Criteria) Danbury Township: Properties Numbers 30-34. A. Potential Conflict: Any future expansion of port or road activity to facilitate the handling of energy resources. Currently, port activity consists of the shipping of limestone under the auspices of the Standard Slag Co., U.S. Coast Guard operations, and a ferry line. B. Suggested Remedial Acts: Avoidance of direct im pact, such as demolition, to historic properties. As little disturbance of historic properties and their immediate environments as possible. Due to the close proximity of these structures to the port, careful planning. and assessment of potential impacts on historic properties should be pursued as early as is practicable in preliminary planning phases. .Involvement of community in decision making would be a necessity. 38 Form ILI-300 UNITED STATES DEPARTMIrNT OF THE'INTERIOR STATE: (D@c. 1?69) NATIONIAL PARK SEPVICE COUNT V! .41 A NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 11"WENTORY N0,41111ATION FORM FOR 14PS USE ONLY, ENTRY NuMISER CIA@TE (Type all entries complete applicoble sections) 1-71 C C*.A@MCIN- AND"OF-4 HISTO F 2.::: OCATION.:,:. V STREET ANCNU?--.8ER.- CITY OR TOWN- --1-/,?(AJ Ipp, STATE COUNTY: CODE .41/ 7 ]!W4 .13 . . . . . .LA SSIFICATION CATEGORY OWNERSHIP STATUS ACCESSIBLE (Check One) TO THE PUBLIC District ED Building 0 'P.6lic ublic Acquisiticn: Occupied r Yes: 0 Site Structure. Privote l.n Process Unoccupied Resl4cled X ly Object 0 Both Being Considered EJ Preservation work Unrestricted in pro5re--s No: U PRESFNT USE (Chec;. One or.1fore as Approprialo) Agricvlturol Government Pa rk 0 Transportation C] Cornments CLI., Commercial C] Industrial C3 Private Residence 0 Other (specify) Educotiomol Military Rel,.I:ious 0 Entertainment C] IM us e urn Scientific 14.: Q W N' E P 0 F PPOPERTY OVjNERS NAME: -Le4. 2- LU STREET AND NUPABER: LU -je-5, --i CITY OR TOWN: STATE. CODE k-V 0 83" 1:> 7 OCATION, OF LEGAL DESCRIPTION OURTFIOUSC. REGISTRY OF CEEDS. ETC: @Wj 7- e STREET AND NUMOER: CITY OR TOWN: STATE n I / 0 -7 C 7 APPROXIMATE ACRIZAGE OF NOM.1NATE.0 PROPERTY: A- L 6. PEPRESFNTATION IN EXISTING SURVI@YS TITLE. OF SURVVY; DATE OF SURVEY: Fedcrol :ounly '@7`e.@ ',7 1 Local z DEPOSITORY FOR supvr'r RLCORDS- -n C> ;U z STREET AND NUMJ3EIII; rl CIT Y Ori TOAN: STATE- CODE M Z* CONDMOM (Chcck ' One) Excellent 0 Good Fo;r 0 Detaricrofed 0 Ruins 0 Unexp,>sed 0 INTEGRITY (Checp ove) (Check One) Altervd C3 Unaltered Moved 0 069inal -Sito DESCRIOC THE PRESENT AND ORIGMAL (11knOWW) PHYSICAL APPEARANCE .7Z--X 47 qir I/ I z z 5 r7 T IF,- 4i wf /Z_@p rx.) 3@. 4', 7e 91 rl vu JU t; Ct ,k-. C -__V.Po@ C= e), ed. Le con tA cb-, tzzz-. CIO lu5c o- 4:47 Um NCE S!'GNIFICA vEmoo (Chock Une at a:; APProPrinl-) Pre-Colum6ion C3 16th Century C3 loth Century C3 20th Century j5th Century 17th Century 19t6 Century 0 SPECIFIC OATE@Sl (HApplicablo andf.'nown) AREAS Or SIGNIFICANCE (ChVCk0t10 *r!,l0re*&APProPrf*te) Abor ig;nal Educoi@-on Political 0 Urban Planning 13 Proh;s1cric 0 Engintcring Relirion/Phi- Other (Specify) 0 Historic Ineustry losophy 0 Agriculture 0 Invention 0 Science 0 Art Lon-4scQpe Sculpture 0 COMITICtCO Architecture 0 Sociat/Human- Communications 0 Literature 0 itarion 0 Conso-rveitin 0 Military 0 Theo-or Music C] Transportation STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE (Include Personages. Dates. Events. Etc.) 7W -7,-ql I 1,er H /7- A-.A5 -16' 7-)WA lZk'.D 7- Z. .4 A Z7* 7- ACV U hr- Y" A Z I/P 7? z Z. /I A f J4-, LU -5',7,--/ 7Z- //i-'* 72' 4 --i 5 5@@7 4 'SWV@ L 10 GA F', i I CA L R EF E RM C E S 1@1 7,- "7 e,, It.L -6@@K@HICAL DATA:w.'/';':' @F W W LATITUDE AND LONC;STUDE COORDINATES W 0 LA.TITUDE AND LONGITUDE COSIRMNATES DEFINING A RECTANGLE LOCATING THE PROPERTY DEFINING THE CENTER POINT OF A PROPERTY P OF LESS THAN ONE ACRE CORNER LATITUDE LONGITUDE LATITUDE LONGITUDE 0 fees We So@.concfs Deq,,ees Minmoes Setopds Do;Fte3 Minutes Seconds' Degrees Wnutes Seconds NW 30. 0 NE SE S VV STATE OR COUtJTY BOUNDARIES LIST ^I R PROPEnTIES OVERLAPP:N0 $T ATE: CODE COUNTY CODE m m STA TE: CODE: COUNTY: CODE 3TA T E: CODE COUN TY. CODE STATE: CODE COUN TY: ODE M 777777. C= NAME AND TITLE: 0 7 ORGANIZATION 7- DATE @' 7-7;10'L,', 4 4'2'@ LA/ 1-,-*--@ei, STREET AND NUMBER: A` Z CIP1 OFA TO'f;M. ST ATE ODE LAP -STATE AISOWOFFIC@- 1. T X. 'AL PEGISTER' VERIFICATION' 'Ll R i.C E WAY 0. ON As the designated State Liaison Officer for the Na- I k@-rebv certify that this property is included in the tional Historic Preserv9tion Act of 1966 (Public Law 89-665), 1 hereby nominate this property for inclusion National Register. in the National Register and certify that it has been evaluated according to the criteria and proceckires set forth by the National Park Service. The recomr: level of significance of this noriAnation is: Chief, Office of Arc .hoology and Ifisf oric Pres'erva tion National State 0 Local 0 Date Name ATTEST: Title Keeper of The Natiortal ReVister Date llr6 Date 40 Fot,r, 13-300 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR ST ATE! (July 1969) NATIONAL PARK SERVICE . Ohio COUNTY? NATIOHAL REGISTER OF FISTORIC PLACES Ottawa INVENTORY - NOWINATION FORM FOR NPS USE ONLY ENTRY NUMBER ATE (Type all entries complete applicable sect;ons) :6. 'All . .: :.- 777777 COMMON: War of 1812 Battle Site ANDIOR HISTORIC: Giddin s Plot. G ent jg_-iddin sq, N1 Rattlefit-ld llnniiment- 2: LOCATION.: STREET ANC NUMBER: East BaX Shore Road at Snug Hgrbor. I mile wQ5t (n) f t. ur i th T_ 1 A-) CITY OR TOWN; Lakeside Marblehead STATE I CODE 1COU TY: Oh3.o Ottawa 7.7 ..,,.CLASSIFICATION CATEGORY OWNERSHIP STATUS ACCESSiBLE (Check One) TO THE PUBLIC 0 District 0 Building El Public Public AcquisNion: Occupied Yes- lk C3 Restricted 0 0 Si te Structure 11 Private In Process C] Unoccupied . x ' Unrestricted 0 06je .t Both Being Considered [3 Preservation work in progress C3 No PRESENT USE (Check One orMore as-Appropr1ate) _t Pork Agricultural C] Governmen Transportation C] Comments Ctf Commercial 0 Industrial Private Residence 0 Other (Specify) C] Educational Military C3 Religious, E] Entertainment Museum 0 Scient.ific r A-1 OWN ER 0 PRbPERTY OWNER'S NAME: snci V. Imi a@Lps Dallah t P q of 1812 C) Ljj STREET AND NUMBER: LU C 0 Mrs. Karl Rnsenber2, Pres. 0 Ln CITY OR TOWN: STATE: CODE O'h i o L OC EGAL DESCRIPTION COURTHOUSE, REGISTRY OF DEEDS. ETC: ri C> Ottawa jaunty--Co-urthouse ft C rt Z STREET AND NUMBER: iqr)n Strppt CITY OR TOWN: STATE CODIE Port Clinton Ohio 039 6.'. REPRESENTATION IN EXISTING SURVEYS TITLE OF SURVEY: M Ti O@TE OF SURVEY: Federal State County Local <0 z;0 DFPOSITORY FOR SURVEY RECORDS: CZ ED cA MC: STREET AND NUMBER: z" rn 0 72--K z CITY OR TOWN: JST4TE: 17. D E (Check One) CONDIT ION 0 Excellent 0 Good Fair 0 Docrioroted 0 Ruin4 0 Unexposed (Check 0, (Check One) 0 Altered @% Unaltered Moved Origino I Site DESCRIBE THE PRESENT AND ORIG114AL (ifknowri) PHYSICAL APPEARANCE The first War of 1812 battle site in Ohio is located off Bay Shore Road and consists of an official Ohio Historical Site Marker and a 101 by 101 fenced plot in which is located two markers. Of stone: (west face inscription) "In Memory of Mason, Simonds, Mingus . C, who fell near this place in battle with the Indians September 29, 1812. Erected by Hon. J. R. Giddings, January, 1858." Of bronze: (north face inscription) "This monument was erected in 1857 by Joshua R. Giddings. The land on urhich it stands was deeded in Nil by the Kelley Island Lime and Transport Co. to the National Society, United States Daughters of 1812, State of Ohio, who placed this tablet here in 1914. 71iose who fell--James S. Bills, Simeon Blackman, Mathew Guy, Alexander Mason, Daniel Mi.ngus, Equilla Putney, Valentine Ramsdell, Abraham Simon. rr rr The site is now surrounded by run-down homas, tourist:cabins and storage' sheds. To the east are boat storage sheds, junk and a swimming pool. A view from the site to Lake Erie i s now impossible. This small plot may z be threatened in the future by new construction in the surrounding area. M C= 41 SIGNIFIUMCE PERIOD (Chock One or ollore fis Appropriate) 0 Pre-Coiumbion! 0 161h Century 0 lath Century 0 201h Century 0 15th Century 0 17th Century NY 19th Century SPECIFIC OATVS) (HApplicrible ond;Cno-wn) 1812 1858 AREAS OF SIGNIFICANCE (Che ck One or Alore as Appraprip'c) Aboriginal E ] Education 0 Political Ur6n Planning C3 Prehistoric C] Engineering 0 Religion/Phi- CD Other (Specif)-) 0 H istoric 0 Industry losophy 0 Agriculture E) Invention Science C3 Architecture 0 Landscape C] Sculpture n Art Architecture C] Social/Humon- C) Commerce 0 Literature ;torion C] Communications X, Military Theater 0 Conservation 0 Music Transportation STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE Followin- the surrender of General Hull's arm C, Y at Detroit, pioneer Bay fled in fright. In September, settlers alo.na Lake Erie and Sandusk., Ln '1912, a local militia xegiment was dispatched to Fort Avery, a small post on,the Huron River not far from present day Milan. A reconnoitering 0 party was.sent to Marblehead Peninsula, now in Ottai-Ja County, to -look ' C, for hostile Indians, Forty-seven vere tho 'ught to be in the area. About - sixty volunteers were accordingly dispatched the n.ight of September 28 to Cedar Point, now in Erie County, and at dawn the group, under the command. U of Captain Joshua Cotten, crossed Sandusky Bay to Marblehead Peninsula. 'D Among those in this party was a lad named Joshua Giddings, later a leading Ck: anti@slavery congressman. F- Leaving guards at the boats moored on the Marblehead shore., the main party advanced to a settler's home, the Ramsdell house, and to Two Harbors on the north shore.' The party proceeded next to the south shore urhere they encountered the hostile, British-influenced Indian war party. At the same time, the boat guards discovered the presence of the Indians and Ui hastily .rowed back .to Cedar Point. LU The main party. on Marblehead was attacked by ibout 130 Indians. Some soldiers took refuae in a loa cabin,, while others,-findina, two of the boats had been sunk by the Indians, fled to the tip of the peninsula, where they were rescued. The remainder of the party defended itself in the cabin for three niahts and two days. Food consisted entirely of parched corn and roasted pumpkin left behind by the fleeing settlers. A rescue party finally arrived from Fort Avery and relieveA the siege. Six militiamen ivere killed and eight wounded in this, the first battle of . C, the War of 1812 foucht on.Ohio soil. Forty Indians died in the battle, 0 which was later ma de famous in the anpals of Ohio history by being retold in vivid detail by Giddings. The. montuTient at the sitel erected in 18S8, is believed to be the first* battle monument erected in Ohio. 9. TIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES Cherry (Mrs. Marjorie Loomis). Bloc'k-houses and Nlilita-ry Posts of the .Firelands. Shippensburg, Pa: (Privately.printed), 1934. Ohioana Library Association. Yearbook. 1963. O.-:'GEOGRAF MCAL DATA!'. LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE COORDINATES TtTUOE ANO LONGITUDE COORDINATES DEFINING A RECTANGLE LOCATING THE PROPERTY 0 DEFINING THE CENTER POINT OF A PROPERTY OF LESS THAN TFN ACRES R CORNER LATITUDE LONGITUDE LATITUDE LONCITI-10C Degrees Minutes Seconds Degrees Minutes Seconds Degrees Minutes Seconds Degrees Minutes Seconds NW 0 0' NE 0 0 N 41 30 51 W 82 44 42 SE 0 9 AP@ROXIJMATE ACREAGE OF NOMINATED PROPERTY: less than jLIST ALL STATES AND COUNTIES FOR PROPERTIES OVERLAPPING STATE OR COUNTY BOU-40ARIES STATE,. CODE COONTY CODE M M STATE: CODE C C %J NT Y: COOF_ S T A T S: CODE COUNTY: CODE It^ S T A T E, CODE COUNTY: CODE 7: @R E-b FORM PRE N1, I AND TI TL F: .4 AIAE Virgil M. Gordon TE ciety brua-ry 1, 1971 ORGANIZATION Ottawa County Historical So NeT, STREET AND NUM3ER: 4392 E. Ledge CITY On TOWN. STATE CODE Port Clinton Ohio 039 10' F 141 - J: -0 ic E R- It E -RT I F I CA NAT10N4L.REG @TER:VtRIFICXTION As the designated State Liaison Officer for the Na- tional Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (Public Law I hereby certify that this property is included in the 89-665), 1 hereby nominate this property for inclus:on NatiOna I Register. in the National 'Register and certify that it has been evaluated accord ing to the criteria and proceda res set forth by the National Part, Service. The recv.-a-mended Chief, Office of Archeology and Historic Presel-vation level of significance of this nomination is: National Cj State C] Local 0 ris te Name ATTI:,ST: Title Keeper of The National Register Date 1'.'ate GP 0 0 0 1 -087 42.) Form 10-300 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR STATE: (Rev.. 6-72) NATIONAL PARK SERVICE Ohio COUN TY: NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES Ottawa INVENTORY - NOMINATION FORM FOR NPS USE ONLY ENTRY DATE (Type all entries - complete applicable sections) N A M. .1" COMMON: Ottawa County Courthouse AN D/OR HISTORIC: . ..... . .. ---[.STREET ANCINUMBER: West Fourth and Madison Streets CONGRESSIONAL - TY OR TOWN; 015, RICT: Port+,Clinton Delbert L. Latta COUNTY: CODE, STATE. Ohio Ottawa rr2-T -2 LASStFICATION CATEGORY OWNERSHIP STATUS ACCESSIBLE (Check One) TO THE PUBLIC District P9 Building Pu6lic Publi.c Acquisition: Occupied Yes: C) C] Site 0 Structure Private In Process Unoccupied X Restricted .0 06ject C3 Both C3 Being Considered 0 Preser@atio 0 Unrestricted nwor No in progress U USE (Check One or More, as Appropriate) 0 Agricultural [M Government 0 Park' 0 Transportation C3 Comments .10d O.Commercial 0 Industrial C3 Private Residence [:]Other (Specify) I-- C] Educational 0 Military C] Religious ED Entertainment 0 Museum 0 Scientific ...... . OF 4 OWN E R TROPERTY OWNER'S NAME: Ottawa County > LU STREET AND NUMBER: West Fourth and Madison Streets CITY OR TOWN- STATE: 1:OD Port Clinton Ohio 039'' ......... ... ..... ATIG Oc L @"@.PESCPIF!TIOW:. --- ---- - - COURTHOU5E. REGISTRY OF DEEDS, ETC: 0 Ottawa County Courthouse C z STREET AND NUMBER: West Fourth and Madison Streets CITY OR TOWN.- STATE Port Clinton Ohio 039 -'REPRES8NIt STING SURVEYS TITLE OF SURVEY: z -n DATE OF SURVEY: E] Federal 0 State 0 County (3 Local 0 Z ;a DEPOSITORY FOR SURVEY RECORDS: C Z M STREET AND NUMBER: x M z TATE: 4E CITY OR TOWN: 1.71t,-.DESCRIPT ION (Check One) 0 Excellent [N Good 0 Fair 0 Deteriorated0 Ruins 0 Unexposed CONDITION (Check One) (Check One) Altered1 [3 Unaltered 0 Moved original Silo DESCRIBE THE PRESENT AND ORIGINAL (if known) PHYSICAL APPEARANCE The Richardsonian Romanesque Ottawa County, Courthouse was built from 1898 to 1901. The two story building with three story tower rests on a stone foundation, and the walls are con- structed with rock-faced stone. Foundation material is Marblehead limestone while the walls are constructed of Amherst sandstone. The architects of the courthouse were Wing and Mahurin.. Each of the building's four sides are identical with the exception of the entrance located on the west side. The central bays protrude forming wall dormers.' The west and windows on the other three sides are located injarge arches on the first floor. Above these are arches- whose spring lines are at'the roof line and whose height is nearly that of the walls. Within the arches are multi- paned windows. Other windows are rectangular, set in arches. On the west side small, round towers top the rs protruding bay section at the roof line. Abave,the roof line on all sides, the wall dormer effect is climaxed in a large gable. The roof is constructed of ceramic tiles, .2 and is hipped and gabled. The square tower, located in the center of the roof,- rises a total of one hundred thirty-two feet, three inches above the C ground (about sixty feet above the peak of the roof). r The shaft has two windows composed of three panes set vertically in an arch on each side. The shaft culminates in a cornice. The top of the tower contains a belfry for the clock chiires,.. and the clock faces are contained in gables on each side. C Like the main part of the building, the tower roof is hipped and gabled. The interior of the courthouse is built around'a central; stairwell. that rises to the top floor and forms a vault. Stairways are located on the north and south sides. The most interesting feature of the interior is the paintings on the vault. Four scenes depicting the Ottawa County economy were done by an unkncrm artist. Included are "Quarrying." ."Farming," "Fishing," and "Fruit Growing.!! 43 .::SIGNIFICA PERIOD (Check One or More as ApProPriefe) 0 Pre-CMumWan', 0 16th Century 0 18th Century 0 20th Century 15th Century 0 17th Century 91 19th Century 7SPECIFIC DATE(S1 (ItApplicable andXnown)b-Uilt 1898-1901 AREAS OF SIGNIFICANCE (Check One or More as Appropriate) Aboriginal 0. Education 0 Political C] Urban Planning 0 Prehistoric 0 Engineering 0 Religion/Phi- F-1 Other (specify) 0 Historic 0 Indus" losophy 0 Agriculture 0 Invention 0 Science og Architecture 0 Landscape 0 Sculpture 0 Art Architecture 0 Social/Humon- 0 Commerce 0 Literature itarion 0 Communications C) Military 0 Theater 0 Conservation 0 Music 0 Transportation STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE Ottawa County was foun ded March 6. IM from portions of Sandusky, Erie*and Lucas Counties. Part Cliiiton, the county seat, was laid out in 1827. Though not central to the county, the town was chosen as the county seat bec4use of its population and port on Lake Erie. The county was sparsely populated when it was formed, having only about 2200 residents. U The first courthouse, built soon after the county was founded, proved adequate until* the 1860s when an addition, to the structure was made. It was not until the .1890s that the decision was made to erect a new building. un The county commissioners chose the architectural firm of Wing and Mahurin to design the structure. The building was closely modeled afterthe 1893-1896 Wood-County LU Courthouse done by Yost and Packard. Wing and Mahurin LU did not design any other extant nineteenth century courthouses in Ohio. General contractors for this building were Caldwell and Drake of Columbus, Indiana. Cost of the courthouse: was $61,5oo. Ottawa County Courthouse is an excellent example Of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture in a public building. In excellent condition, it should meet the needs of''the county for many years to come. MAJ 0R.8 ILIO a. GRAPHICAL REFERENCES . ............ 1. Goeldner, Paul. List of 19th Century Courthouses in Ohio. Historic Ar4erican Buildings Survey, National Park Service, Washington, D. C" 2** Howe, Henry. Historical Collections of Ohio. Cincinnati, Ohio: State of Ohio, Ohio Centennial Edition, 1902. 2 vol. .......... ... ... . ... . .. X", mEACDAT EOGRAP LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE COORDINATES 1-46TITUDE AND L0NGI-'JDE COORqiNA:r _F- DEFINING A RECTANGLE L OCATING THE PRO-ER"rY DEFINING Th. cur4TER POINI OF A PkOPERTY OF LESS THAN TEN ACR!S CORNER LATITUDE LONGITUDE LATITUDE LONGITUDE Degrees Minutes Seconds Degrees Minutes Seconds Degrees Minutes Seconds Degrees Mi --teS' Seconds NW 0 N 41 0 30' 34' W 82' 56 25' NE 0 0 SE 0 SW 0 0 APPROXIMATE ACREAGE OF NOMINATED PROPERTY: 3 acres ILIST ALL STATES AND COUNTIES FOR PROPERTIES OVERLAPPING STATE OR C4?UNTY BOUNDARIES STATE- CODE COUNTY CODE M M STATE: CODE COUNTY: CODE STATE: CODE COUNTY: CODE STATE. CODE COUNTY: CODE .......... -FORWPR NAME AND TITLE: Larry Alan Beers ORGANIZATION DATE lAugust 1. 1973 STREET AND NUMBER: 0 1932 Forest Village Lane CITY OR TOWN: STATE CODE Columbus Ohio T TION L@"...REG A .STA E..-LIA150 @.T As the designated State Liaison Officer for the Na- I hereby certify that this property is included in the tional Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (Public Law 89-665). 1 hereby nominate this property for inclusio.n National Register. in the National Register and certify that it has been ,-valuated according to the c-Iteria and pr0cedUres set forth by the Natioral Park Service. The recammended level of significance of this nomination is- Director, Office of Archeology and Historic PremerVation National .0 State Local D-ate Name A TTEST. Title Keeper of The National Register Date ria te GPO 931.a94 IV) r@,,m 10-300 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR STATE: 44..' 6-72) NATIONAL PARK SERVICE Ohio COUNTY@ NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES Ottawa INVENTORY - NOMINATION FORM FOR NPS USE ONLY (Type all entries - Complete appliCable sect;ons) IENTRY DATE 17,1 -.2 7 - -7A NAME COMMON: Johnson's Island Civil War Prison and -Fort Site AND/OR HISTORIC: 2.- LOCATION-:- STREET AND NUMBER: See Continu@tion ShQet CONGWESSIONAL DISTRICT: ICITY OR TOWN- Johnson's Island, Danbury TownshiJ2 - Sth @, ni*lhe-rf- T. f nf-i-n STATE CODE COUNTY: CODE Ohio 039 Ottawa 23 13.@.::ACt'ASS1 F! CATION' CATEGORY OWNERSHIP STATUS ACCESSIBLE (Check One) TO THE PUBLIC 0 District E] Building Public Public Acquisition: 0 Occupied Yes: 0 S; to 0 Str.ct.re Priva a In Process Unoccupied 0 Restricted E] object Both E] Being Considered 0 Preservation work (:I Vnrestricted in progress No U PRESENT USE (Check one or Afore as Appropriate) 0 Agricultural Government Park 0 Transportation I-] Comments IX 0 Commercial C3 Industrial 0 Private Residence 0 Other (Specify) C]( Educational C3 Military Religious summer reso t V) C] Entertainment 0 Museum F] Scientific *::::.0WNER 0F.PROPERTY OWNER'S NAME: Johnson's Island Inc. /Cemetery only: U.S, Dept. of the Interi n LU STREET AND NUMBER: Washington, D.C. 20240 LU 10414 E. Bay Shore Drive 0 C Y OR TOWN: STATE- 1@00F Marblehead Ohio 039 5 . . . . . . . OCATJON-OF LEGAL DESCRIPTION.::- . . . . . . ... . .. COURTHOUSE, REGISTRY OF DEEDS. ETC: n 0 Ottawa County Courthouse C z ST!REET AND NUMBER: 0 -4 C+ < C+ CITY OR TOWN: STATE CODE Port Clinton Ohio 039 A I 16. @'REPRESLN T ON INEXISTING.SURVEYS T TITLE OF SURVEY: M z Ohio Historic Landmarks: Phase I -Tj DATE OF SURVEY: 196/ [3 Federal C3 Local @ CX state 0 County Z DEPOSITORY FOR SURVEY RECORDS: C The Ohio Historical Society STREET AV40 NUMBER: 1982 Velma Ave 0 -rATF-: CITY OR TOWN: Columbus Ohio > M 7. DESCRIPTION (Check One) CONDITION 0 Excellent 0 Good C] Fo;r 0 Deteriorated nx Ruins 0 Unexposed (Check One) (Chock One) Altered C3 Unaltered T Moved Oriq;nal $;to DESCRIBE THE PRESF-14T AND ORICINAL (if known) PHYSICAL APPFARANCE Johnson's Island wa's originally covered with heavy timber and was a favorite resort of Indians. The island was originally owned by E.W. Bull and sold to L. B. Johnson in 1852. It occupies 300 acres in Sandu 'sky Bay, Lake Erie and is approximately 3 miles from Sandusky. Of the 300 acres, 40 were cleared for the prison.site which fronted on the water facing the city. An enclosure of,15 acres was grass covered and the prisoners had the full range of the enclosure to within 30 feet of the fence. Within this enclosure were 13 barracks in which prisoners were quartered. The buildings were@ al'i two*-Stor,y; four were 1171 long and 201 wide and divided into 22 rooms each, two kitchens and a messroom included. Each contained an average of 150 prisoners. Four others were 1301 long and 241 wide divided into six rooms. There were two kitchens built on as additions to these buildings. In each were quartered about 230 prisoners. Four more ba 'rracks were also 1301 long and 241 wide but housed 270 prisoners each. The remaining building was a hospital, 1261 long and 301 wide and divided into .four wards, a steward's room and a consulting room. M M In all, there were 100 structures on the island, including the 13 buildings within the enclosure. Other buildings included headquarters, officers quarters, a commissary, soldiers barracks, a school, a carpenter shop, a lime kiln, a boathouse, stables and a blacksmith shop. In addition, there were two forts. These were not part of the-original plan, but were built -1 just after rumors of raids circulated in 1863. One fort was placed on the highest point overlooking the whole island; the other commanded the east approach. Both were manned until the end of the war. All buildings were 171 wood and had neither plaster walls or ceilings. All barracks had bunks and stoves in each room. It is reported that the prisoners were treated well-and had adequate clothiny 0 and food . They did all their own cooking and other chores and also manufac- z tured chairs', tables and other necessary furniture. After the conclusion of the war, the buildings and contents were sold at auction. All that remains of the original prison are portions of the rectangular earthworks for one of the forts, Fort Johnson, and the earthen artillery implacements. The cemetery, with its marble headstones placed there in 1890, and a monument to the soldiers, built in 1910, is in good condition and is cared for by the U.S. Government. The island now has many small summer cottages and is somewhat of a resort. Few relics remain as reminders of the island's part in the Civil War. 45 SIGNIFICANCE PEnioo (Check One or Afore as Appropriate) 0 Pre-Columbian! 0 16th Century 0 l8th Century F] 20th Century C] 15th Century C] 171h Century 19th Ceritury SPECIFIC DATEW (ItApplicable andKnown) AREAS OF SIGNIFICANCe (Check One or More as Appropriate) Abor iginal C] Education 0 Political @C] Urban Planning 0 Prehistoric E] Engineering 0 Rel;gion/Phi. 0 Other (Specify) C] Historic C] Industry losophy 0 Agriculture 0 Invention Science C] Architecture 0 Landscape 0 Sculpture 0 Art Architecture 0 Social/Human- 0 Commerce 0 Literature itarion 0 Communications N Military 0 Theater 0 Conservation 0 Music 0 Transportation STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE Orders were issued October 3,, 1861, with the Civil War a little more than six months old, to locate a Federal prison on the islands in Lake Erie. I^ The assignment was given to Lt. Col. William Hoffman, who served as Z Commissary-General of Prisoners. It was Hoffman who chose Johnson's Island .0 in'Sandusky Bay *because its nearness to Sandusky facilitated the flow of supplies for construction and it was reasonably secure from rebel invasion from Canada. -The owner, L. B. Johnson.-rented the entire island F- to the U. S. Government for $500 a year. U William Seward Pierson, former mayor of Sandusky, was made major in command of the Hoffman Battalion and commandant of the depot at Johnson's Island. The first prisoners were received April 11, 1862 from Camp Chase in Columbus., Ohio. Between April 1862 and the end of the war, over 10,000 Southern soldiers were confined there. The average number of prisoners at z q given time was 2,600. This.included field and staff officers, company officers, privates, political prisoners,. persons sentenced to court martial Ld and spies. LU Midway in the war,schemes for the liberation of officers from Johnson's Island were rumored. These episodes were known as the Lake Erie Conspiracy. There was a large and belligerent peace faction in the northwest states whose leader, Clement L. Vallandigham, had been banished from his native Ohio and who had taken refuge in Canada. Many Canadians were sympathetic with the Confederate cause and agreed to try to make trouble for the Union. The plan was not only to free officers who were badly needed in the South, but also to divert Union troops from southern battlefields. Hints of -revolt began in October 1863 when Secretary of War Stanton wired the governors of the states on Lake Erie that he had been notified of a rebel plan to invade the U.S., destroy Buffalo, take possession of the steamboats on the lake, and surprise Johnson's Island and free the prisoners. The U.S.S. Michigan moved closer to Johnson's Island, and more troops- were dispatched-to Sandusky and two forts were built on the island. Further rumors and scares continued through September 1864, but nothing came of any of them. The only real incident came in September 1864 when the steamer Philo-Parsons was boarded and overtaken by rebels. The Island Queen, which came to assist was also captured. Most of the passengers and crew were put on shore of one of the islands unharmed. The Parsons, towing the Island Queen, set 0 9. MAJOR BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES Cook, S. N. "Johnson's Island in War Days", The Ohio Illustrated @Magazine_ Ed. by Webster P. Huntington. Vol. 1, #@, 1@06. Frohman, Charles E. Rebels on Lake Erie. The Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio, 1965. Shriver, Phillip, R. "Johnson's Island Civil War Prison". Museum Echoes. Vol. 34, 10, The Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio, 1961. PHICAL DATA .1 .@GEOGRA LATITUDE ANC LC%-Gl--)OE COORDINATES LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE COORDINATES 0 DEFINING TH@ POIT41 OF DEFINING A RECTANGLE, LOCATING TME PRO-FRTY C A P@OPERTY R OF LESS 1@;;AN@TFN A RES CORNER LATITUDE LONGITUDE LATITUDE LONGITUDE Degrees Minute$ Seconds Degrees Minutes SeCO-e$ Degree$ Minutes Seconds 0 egrees Minutes Seconds NW 41 0 30 82 0 45 51 0 41 0 30 01" 82 0 43.! 41 SE 41 0 29 36* 820 4S S1 0 4 4' A:Z 0 R _Wk R S!OXILI,*tkEo@C@JAGE JEMIINNE P 0 AP; r-n ILIST ALL STATES AND COUNTIES FOR PROPERTIES OVERLAPPIN .G!S@TATE OR COUNTY BOUNDARIES M STATE: CODE COUNTY CODE M STATE: CODE COUNTY: CODE STATE, CODE COUNTY: CODE STATE: CODE COU*NTY: CODE ..:FORM P R EPARE6 @y NAME AND TITLE- G-r-etr'hPn KliMnSki Assi stant, Hist-C)rir prf-,,eryntinn@nffir-o% DATE ORGANIZATION I May 1974 De Ohio Historical Society 0 STREET AND NUMBER: Plma Ave CODE 191,17 y STATE CITY OR TOWN. Ohio ER I.M STATE LIAISON OFFIC CfERTIFICATI I NATIONAL REGISTER VERiFICAT161`4 AS the designated State Liaison officer for the Na- I hereby certify that this Property is included in the tional Historic Preservation Act of 1966'(Public Law sational Register. 89-665), 1 hereby nominate this property for inclusion in the National Register and certify that it has been evaluated according to the c-iteria and procedures set forth by the National Park Service. The recommended Director, Office of Archeology end 7listoric PregerviltiOn level of Significance of this nomination is: National State 0 LOCal 0 D-j!e Name ATTEST: Title Keeper of The National Register Date Date U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1973-729-14711442 3-4 0 U'l y 1969-) NATIONALI P.A-RK SER.VICIEI.- I I-- Ohio 46 COUNTY NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES Ottawa INVENTORY - NOMINATION FORM FOR NPS USE ONLY ENTRY NUMBER (Cont;nuat;on Sheet) (Number all entrIes) Johnson's Island Civil War Prison and Fort Site 8. Significance - continued about, with its rebel crew, to run into Sandusky Bay, seize the U.S.S. Michigan,. and release the prisoners from Johnson's Island. Apparently things went wrong - possibly a signal from Sandusky was missed - the.pirate! grew suspicious and decided to abandon the plot. Course was set for Canadian waters, the remaining crew, captured with the steamboats, was let .off unharmed on Fighting Island. The boats were set Adrift near Sandwich. Both men and boats returned to Sandusky within a week and that ended the Philo -Parsons Plot. Reports of other plots came again in October and November of 1864, but again, the efforts failed. News of Lee's surrender, April 9, 1865, reached Johnson's Island ab out midniaht of the same date. By early May most of.the prisoners asked the privilege of taking the amnesty oath. On September 5, 1865, Major Lee, the commander of the post, was ordered to transfer the prisoners in his charge (there were only about 3S) to Fort Lafayette in New York Harbor. In November, 1865, the buildings and furnishings of the prisons and forts were offered for sale at a series of public auctions. 'These ended on April 2, 1866. All enlisted men were ordered to Columbus, Ohio; small arms and munitions went to the Detroit Arsenal; heavy guns and cord wood went to Fort Wayne, Indiana. Thus ended the life of Johnson's Island and its role in the Civil War. The island is important as the site of one of the largest prisons to be built in the north during the Civil War. In the hundred-plus years since the closing of the prison, trees have grown back over the 40 acres which were cleared for the prison and now hide most of the vast prison complex remains. Beneath these new trees, the graves of 206 Confederate dead are mute testimony to the history of the site. 2. Location The boundaries of the site begin at the northeast corner of the Confederate Cemetery and continue south following the Sandusky Bay shoreline to the beginning of a series of docks,.west at that point approximately 450 feet, north to a point 2S1 east of a road running along the west boundary of the cemetery and the north boundary of the cemetery, cast along the north cemetery boundary to the point of beginning. GPO 923.724 Form 10-300o UNIT ED STATES DEPARTMENT OF I Ht IN It HJUX Ohio (July 1969) NATIONAL PARK SERVICE COUNTY NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES Ottawa INVENTORY - NOMINATION FORM FOR NPS USE ONLY ENTRY NUMBER 0. T I- (Continuation Sheaf) (Number all entries) Cemetery Johnson's Island Civil War Prison and Fort Site blockhou ort Johnso 77 G-@o From U.S. Army 1861 sketch no scale given Fo t Hil Gpo 921-724. v EIVEO REC NATIONAL REGISTER OF IRSTORIC PLACES DATE ENTERED, INVENTORY -- NOMINATION FORM SEE INSTRUCTIONS IN HOW TO COMPLETE NATIONAL REGISTER FORMS TYPE ALL ENTRIES COMPLETE APPLICABLE SECTIONS NAME HISTORIC Mp-John, Betsy,, Cabin AND/OR COMMON EVOCATION STREET& NUMBER East Mon Ami Road -NOT FOR PUBLICATION CITY. TOWN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Port Clinton X "VICINITYOF .5th Delbert L. Latta STATE CODE COUNTY CODE Ohio 039 Ottawa 123 MCLASSIFICATION CATEGORY OWNERSHIP STATUS PRESENT USE -DISTRICT -PUBLIC -OCCUPIED -AGRICULTURE -MUSEUM Y,-BUILDING(S) _XPRIVATE X_UNOCCUPIED -COMMERCIAL -PARK -STRUCTURE -BOTH K-WORK IN PROGRESS -.EDUCATIONAL -PRIVATE RESIDEN. -SITE PUBLIC ACQUISITION ACCESS113LE -ENTERTAINMENT -RELIGIOUS -OBJECT -IN PROCESS -YES: RESTRICTED -GOVERNMENT -SCIENTIFIC -BEING CONSIDERED -YES: UNRESTRICTED -INDUSTRIAL _TRANSPORTATIOI`@ X_ NO -MILITARY X-OTHER: ZgOWNER OF PROPERTY NAME Ottawa County Historical Society STREET& NUMBER P. 0. Box 385 CITY.TOWN STATE Port Clinton VICIN17Y OF Ohio MLOCATION OF LEGAL DESCRIPTION COURTHOUSE. REGISTRY OF DEEDS,;ETC. Ottawa County Courthouse STREET & NUMBER Madison St. CITY. TOWN STATE Port Clinton Ohio REPRESENTATION IN EXISTING SURVEYS TITLE DATE -FEDERAL -STATE -COUNTY LOCAL DEPOSITORYFOR SURVEYRECORDS CITY. TOWN STATE DESCRIPTION CONDITION CHECK ONE CHECK ONE -EXCELLENT -DETERIORATED -UNALTERED -ORIGINALSITE -GOOD -RUINS X-ALTERED XMOVEO DATE __ -@967 LFAIR -UNEXPOSED DESCRIBETHE PRESENTAND ORIGINAL (IF KNOWN) PHYSICAL APPEARANCE The Betsy Mo-John log cabin is 1-1/2 stories high, presently on a cement block foundation. The roof is gable, covered with-wood shingles. There is:.-,. a center entry, flanked by 2/2 pane, double hung windows.- There is also a center door on the north side. Windows are found in each of the gable ends, and the east and west sides each have a single, off-center window. The notchirLe for this cabin is thought to be unique. . The detailed doVetailing used was common in furniture making, but not log building. The notches, which were traditionally hewsi are.'in this case achieved: with saw and chisel. Floor joists, rafters, and attic joists are notched in- the same manner. Another unusual feature is that the joists are not evident on the exterior as is usual with log buildings. The cabin was moved eight years-ago and is presently being restored bythe local historical society for use as a museum. The building'was moved intact. The roof, foundation, door and window frames are new. w Ly iN ir jLu ri 1 -4 %, rz. PERIOD AREAS OF SIGNIFICANCE --CHECK AND JUSTIFY BELOW -PREHISTORIC _AACH E(JLUGY- PREHISTORIC -COMMUNITY PLANNING -LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE. -RELIGION -1400-1499 --ARCH EOLOGY-HISTORIC -CONSERVATION -LAW -SCIENCE -1500-1599 -AGRICULTURE -ECONOMICS -LITERATURE -SCULPTURE -1600-1699 X-ARCHITECTURE -EDUCATION -MILITARY -SOCIAL/HUMANITARIAN -1700-1799 -ART -ENGINEERING -MUSIC -THEATER 1800- 1899 -COMMERCE _EXP LO RATIO N/SETTLE M ENT -PHILOSOPHY -TRANSPORTATION _1900- -COMMUNICATIONS _JNDUSTAY _PCILITICS/GOVERNMENT -OTHER tSPECIFY) _JNVENTION SPECIFIC DATES BUILDER/ARCHITECT ca. 1853 Henry Tjirkert STATEMENT OF SIGNIF(CANCE The cabin is nominated for its.unique notchi *ng. Such full notching was not common to log construction as it required much time and precision and most log buildings were considered temporary.- Sawmills came soon to most areas and frame houses, with sawn boards, took,the place that such elaborately joined log building-S would have assumed. The construction is very sturdy and survived bein g moved intact. Most of the logs remain"strAight, both exterior and int*erior portions. Don Hutslar, the Ohio HistoHcal Society, and Clinton.Weslogger, author of'The'Log Cabin in'-America, believe this to be the only log building so const!:@_c_t'ed in the United States and as such remain! an anomoly. It was also known to have been the home of the last Ottawa Indian in Ottawa County, Betsey Mo-'John, daughter of a chief. A squaw, named Mo-John had been left behind in 1831 when the Ottawas left for Upper Sandusky. She had seven children, six of whom died. Only Betsey survived. The area was 6nce the homeland of numberous Ottawa Indians - many has escaped removal by the .government, but eventually starvation and discomfort forced them to head to Canada. Betsy.Mo-John married Henry Luckert, a Pennsylvania pioneer, who was the builder of the cabin. Nothing more is known of him. Betsy moved to Sandusky after Luckert's death and died there in 1908. The cabin later served-as temporary residence for itinerant fruit pickers. The last owners donated the cabin in 1963 to the Ottawa County Historical Society with the provision that it be mvoed. In 1967 a new location was found and the cabin was moved three miles to its present location. I-01MAJOR BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENUES Hutslar, Donald. Ohio History. Vol. 80, # 3 & 4. The Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohi@_._"The Log Architecture of Ohio,, Hutslar, Donald. Consultation, October 1975. Northwest,Ohio Quarterly. Vol. 24, No. 1, 1951-52,.pg. 4-9. Historical Society Of Northwest Ohio. Toledo. L UIGE OGRAPHI CAL DATA ACREAGE OF NOMINATED PROPERTY less than one UTM REFERENCES A 11, 71 1314,19191 91 k 6 1 gr 8, B1 I I I I ZONE EASTING NORTHING ZONE EASTING NORTHING c L-L-1 I I , I I ij I I I # L_I__L_j D L_jj VERBAL BOUNDARY DESCRIPTION LIST ALL STATES AND COUNTIES FOR PROPERTIES OVERLAPPING STATE OR COUNTY BOUNDARIES STATE CODE COUNTY CODE STATE CODE COUNTY CODE EHFORM PREPARED BY NAME/TITLE Gretchen Klimoski, National Register Program Manager ORGANIZATION DATE Ohio Historical Society November 1975 STREET& NUMBER TELEPHONE' 1982 Velma Avenue 466-8727 CITY OR TOWN STATE Col umbus Ohio MSTATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICER CERTIFICATION. TH E EVA LUATED SIG NI FICANCE 0 F THIS PRO PERTY WITHI N TH E STATE IS: NATIONAL STATE LOCAL- As the designated State Historic Preservation Officer for the National H istoric Preservation Act of 1966 (Public Law 8 9-665). 1 hereby nominate this property for inclusion in the National Register and certify that it has been evaluated according to the criteria and procedures set forth by the National Park Service. STATEHISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICER SIGNATURE TITLE DATE ;,Z 7@0 R N PS U S E 0 N LY .1 H ER E BY CE RTI FY THAT TH IS PRO PERTY IS I N C LU D E D I NTH E NATIO NAL R EGIST ER ... . ... . DATE,-- DIRECTOR, OFFICE OFARCHEOLOGY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION DATE ATTEST,j,.. KEEPER OF THE NATIONAL REGISTER.. 6'. GPO aBb-445 la) Ohio Historic Preservation Office . ....... Historical Center OHIO. HISTORIC INVENTORY bus, Ohio 43211 4. Present Name(s) 1. No. 4-.-L (@>TT- o-7 Z 0 2. County Fred.Meckfessel Residen e A .Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Michael D. Thierwechter Resi ence; ar bp ling Residence CAC 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Catego I Stories 211 C 29. Basement? Yes:M 127 Water St. 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 C NE corner Brooklyn 02 c. 1884 30. Foundation Material rt rt 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Rock-faced ashlar W Oak Harbor Queen Anne 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Brick 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/Slate shgl. 33..No. of Bays 037 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 3 Side 4 Residence 34. Wall Treatment tl ca 22. Present Use Running bond Residence 35. Plan Shape Irregular :r2 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 0 9. Coordinates Private (Explain Altered M in #42) MOVeU U M 24. Owner's Name & Address, Lo Lat. Long. if known Fred Meckf essel (n 37. Condition rD U.T.M. Reference 127 Water St. Interior H 0 F-, _&I Oak Harbor, Ohio Exterior Good P@l 111-71131911101 L 171/0 101 'D 25. Open to Cn Zone Easting Northing Public? Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes:EI H. 10. Site0 Structure 0 No 23 Underway? No C3 Building Ek Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes E Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No X1 (D Register'? No Ek Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 55 40. Visible from Yes:O Hist. Dist.? No CK Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 45'/130P x 140' 42. Further'-bescr'iptio'n' of Important Features TFe- numerous important architectural features of this home include: corbelled chimneys; ridge caps; finialE; gablets; a Gothic dormer; gabled dormers; a slope-roofed shed dormer; gable ornament; circular, lancet, Queen Anne and double-hung windows; window treatments of plain lug sills and alternating br-ck and stone segmental a-dhes-with.endstones; a two-story bay and a one-story bay J1 r with modillioned cornices; a front door with transom and side lights. side doors with transom windows; a front porch with sawn columns(over) 43. History and Significance This home is one of the finest examples of brick Queen Anne architec- :4 (D ture in the area. M. D. Thierwechter was a prominent businessman and real estate developer, 0 who operated a department store in partnership with his son Emery. Carl Sperling served Ct (D Ottawa Coun.ty as probate judge for many years during the early to mid-1900's. (See also tl David Thierwechter Residence and Shuster, Graves & Kohli Office forms.) 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a residential area. A gable-roofed garage of brick and frame with multi-paned Cn 10 windows is attached to the rear of the home by an open breezeway. (D ri F_ 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Observation; Auditor's and Recorder's records; Commemorative Bio- Kyle Johannsen PO 47. Organization (D graphical Records of the Cou ED nties Of Sandusky and Otta CAC 0. wa; Mr. George Thierwechter 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) M 6/81 42. (continued) and a gabled entry; a side proch with upper wood ornament and sawn columns and balustrade; a stone water table and basement windows with iron arills. A second floor window with a bracketed hood possibly replaced a balcony door, a side porch has been screened-in and the front porch is an apparent later alteration. lb Ohio Historic Preservation Office 50 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Warren Musser Residence Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives George Seeley Residence. CAC 6.@specific Location 16. Themati -c' Category 8. No. of Stories 2 D 29. Basement? Yes 91 130 Water St. 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 c. 1900 30. Foundation Material 0 rt 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Rock-faced ashlar Oak Harbor Queen Anne 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Wood frame 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Hip &,Gable/Slate shgl. 33@ No. of Bays W FVT C I_ 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 4 Side 2 Residence 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use Bevelled siding Residence 35. Plan Shape Irregular (D 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 13 9. Coordinates Private 0 (Explain Altered (R 0Z 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known Warren Musser 37. Condition M U.T.M. Reference 130 Water Street Interior 1)4 IS Iq f7 Oak Harbor, Ohio Exterior Good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes Public? No 0 Underway? 10. Site 0 Structure 0 No 0 (D :J Building R Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes M Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No[R (D Register7 No 5d Eligible? No u 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes IR 40. Visible from Yes Hist. Dist.? No P Potent'l? No C Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 45'/1001 42. Further Description of Important Features Important features inciudTF@wo@ N, molded chimneys with carved stone trim; a gabled dormer; gable orna- (D 0 ment; fish scale shingles an -paned windows un d 9 der gables; a row of GQ vettical wood slat trim beneath the eave; double-hung 1/1 windows; (D 1, F.@- -story bay with a angled first story corner window; endboards; a one CO tripartite window ch dis- and a bracketed cornice; a front porch whi plays lattice, turned columns and a gabled entry; a side porch with t -:olumns; a paneled front double door and a wood water (over) 4-'. J and Significance This home is a good example of late Queen Anne ar hitecture. Georg IV Seeley was the cashier at the Oak Harbor State Bank. (a (D CD 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings A carriage house in back features a gabled roof with central Located in a residential area. peak, bevelled siding with endboards, 2/2 double-hung windows, a loft opening and fanlights over the front overhead garage doors. 45. Sources of Information Observation, Auditor's and Recorderls records, 46. Prepared by c Commemorative Biographical-Record of the Counties of Sandusky and Kyle Johannsen Ottawa 47. Organization 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 6/81 "1 51 ic Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 4. Present Name(s) 2 1. No. U, OTT_ (_Q 2. County David Thierwechter Residence v Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) - 3. Location of Negatives Emeri Thierwechter Residence CAC 6. Specific Location K d1T_ mtt_ WK*R1zK!W No. of Stories P@@ D 29. Basement? Yes 13 No 0 Ct 17. Date(s) or Period rt 138 Water Street 1903 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township Wc--inity 18. Style or Design concret e block Oak Harbor Queen Anne 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 119. Architect or Engineer Wood frame 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Hip & Gable/Slate shgl. 13 33. No. of Bays Side p 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 3 3 W Pr-, S 9- -5 _17. Residence 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use Bevelled siding Residence 35. Plan Shape Irregular ::r 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 M J Private M (Explain Altered 0 :4 9. Coordinates in #42) Moved 0 (D 24. Owner's Name & Address, 0 Lat. Long. it known David Thierwechter 37. Condition rt U.T.M. Reference 138 Water St. Interior (D Oak Harbor, Ohio Exterior Excellent 1) 1-11 131'Al) 11 I'a I C) 1 114 1,5_1q 1-71114 101 Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes X U) Public? No N Underway? No C3 10. Site 0 Structure 0 (D Building R Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 0 By What? No [R 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes a Ottawa County Historical Societ Register'? No 5a Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes Ek 40. Visible from Yes a Hist. Dist.? No R9 Potent'l? No El Public Road? No 0 15@ Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road .45'/130' 42. Further Description of Important Features important architectural features include: a molded chimney; ridge caps and tip finials; 'gabled dorm- (D ers with ornament, mullioned windows and flanking pilasters; pedi- mented gables featuring semi-eliptical windows with keystones; both first and second floor frieze boards; dentil trim under gables and F-6j frieze boards; Queen Anne, double-hung, convex, leaded and stained (D glass windows; a tripartite bay window; a stained glass window toppe (D by a fanlight with flanking pilasters; a balcony supported by (over) 0 43. History and Significance This home is one of the finest examples of wood frame Que7n Anne archi- rt M tecture in the area. Emery Thierwechter was a son of M. D. Thierwechter and was a prominent local businessman who operated a department store and handled grain.and seeds in conjunction with his father and brother. (See also Fred Meckfessel Residence and Shuster, Graves & Kohli Office forms.) 0 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a residential area. The carriage-house in back M F features a cupola; pedimented gables with shingled inf ill; an eave board, arched attic open".. L ings, 6/6 and multi-paned windows; a wood-shingled roof with shed dormer; bevelled siding C with endboards and a front door with transom light. A wide overhead garage door with pent roof qpr17pq aq aiitn enfvnnre_ 45. Sources of Information Observation; Auditor's and Recorder's records; 46. Prepared by Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Sandusky.,:@nd Kyl P_ Jnhnnn-,t-n Ottawa; George Thierwechter 47.- Organization CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 6/81 1 42. (continued) Tuscan columns; a front double-door; a front porch with gabled entry, frieze board, dentils, paired Tuscan columns and a turned balustrade; a side porch /porte cochere with Tuscan columns and turned balustrade; two one-story bays; a wood water table; a cellar entry and basement windows protected by iron grills and topped by flat stone arches. A back porch/entry has been added. 52 ld Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 I . NIC7 4. Present Name(s) - 6) T__T_ (9 5_1@ - 9 Z 2. County Jane Corogin Residence P Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Frederick Kilmer Residence - __ CAC 6. Specific Locati on 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 914 T) 29. Basement? Yes & 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 C a 156 Water Street c. 1915 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Brick Oak Harbor Colonial/Craftsman 31. Wall Construction rt 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Wood frame rt 32. Roof Type & Mated 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/Asbestos shgl. �R 33..No. of Bays 21. Original Use, if apparent Front Side W (+Tf- f- 2 3 E, T Residence P) @ 34. Wall Treatment Narrow ca Present Use CD bevelled siding & shgls a Residence 35. Plan Shape Square nz 0 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Add 0 I?F I n 0 9. Coordinates Private IR (Explain A 11 red 0 in #42) M ed 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, 0 Lat. Long. if known Jane Gorogin 37. Condition - Pd M U.T.M. Reference 156 Water St. Interior - Oak Harbor., Ohio 1) 1-7113 1P, I / I'l 10 101 111 @@l 17111-/ 10 1 Exterior Good CL Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes 0 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No Underway? No 0 (D Building M Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes [R Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No n Register-7 No 29 Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes0 14. District Yes ER 40. Visible from Yes CR Hist. Dist.? No E Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 45'/78' 42. Further Description of Important Features Important features include: a cor- _1@ 9 belled chimney; exposed rafters; gabled dormers featuring' circular (D and fanlight windows, with multi-pan-ed windows below; a second floor (D oriel bay; a small balcony with sawn balustrade; a first floor oriel bay; multi-paned/l and 2/2 double-hun @.u 9 windows; a front porch sup- ported by sets of flaired columns; a front door with sidelights; and a wood water table. A one-story room in back is a possible addition. The house may ha IN NO ffil- Fl- ve been remodeled around 1915. (D 43. History and Significance This home is a good example of the Colonial/ Craftsman combination. H Frederick Kilmer was the treasurerof the Gordon Lumber Company. Lumbering and basket and @z stave manufacturing were leading industries in Oak Harbor during the late 1800's and early 1900's. M (D 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a residential area. A gable-roofed shed is found in back. 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Observation; Auditor's and Recorder's records; Dak Harbor 1820-1990 Kyle Johannsen 47. Organization CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 6/81 1 53 e Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) OTT_ (D 5_0 - 3 i 2. County Clara Hablitzel Property F Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC Louis L. Carstensen Residence 6. Specific Locati on 16. Thematic Category --28. No. of Stories 2 D 29. Basement? Yes M C 240 Water, C NE corner Maple 17. Date(s) or Period 3/4 No 0 C c. 1930 30. Foundation Material 0 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Stone rT rt Oak Harbor Tudor Revival 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Stone Ir 32. Roof Type & Material A/ 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/Wood shinRle 33., No. of Bays Front Side 21. Original Use, if apparent 3 2 0 Residence 34. Wall Treatment Stone, H 0 22. Present Use half-timbering H Residence 35. Plan Shape Rectangular 2 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 9. Coordinates Private 91 (Explain Altered 0 F- in #42) Mnved 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, rt Lat. Long. N if known Clara Hablitzel 37. Condition M U.T.M. Reference 101 4th Street Interior 111-71 1,3 1,@ I / Ili 10101 14 @-J q 17 1 1#101 Port Clinton, Ohio Exterior Excellent tl 0 25. Open to 10 Zone Easting Northing Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes Z1 M 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No EX Underway? No 0 t1i Building o Object 0 1.4 rt 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes19 Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No E3 Register? No Z Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes Fx 40. Visible from Ye s go) Hist. Dist.? No R Potent'l? No El Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 45'/100' x 75' 42. Further Description 7f Important Features A stone chimney sits atop -as-te7epy t-4 pitched roof with a half-timbered shed dormer and a second floor e porch on the west. Gables and a south side section above the garag F4C En are half-timbered. The casement-type windows are treated with plain lug sills. A gabled front entry, the main.front double door entry and an arched balcony.opening are highlighted by dressed stone quoins. Balcony features an aluminum railing while both front 7' entries have metal hoods. rD 43. History and Significance 0 co This home is a good example of the Tudor Revival architecture found in the city. M :J Louis L. Carstensen was mayor of Oak Harbor during World War I. Pd rD 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings MC Located in a residential area. Well landscaped with shrubs, walks and evergreen trees. 45. Sources of Information Observation; Auditor's and Recorder's records; 46. Prepared by Maurpee Valley, Toledo and the Sandusky Region vol. II, Oak Harbor Kyle Johannsen 1820-1920. 47. Organization r CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 6/8 54 if Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY oJumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) & 2. County Paul Fox'Reside f Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC G. P. Rafferty Residence 6. Specific Locati.on _116--Thernatic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 C 29. Basement? Yes 3 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 121 Brooklyn c. 1880 30. Foundation Material 7- Tr If Rural, T Concrete block a Tnr ownship & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Wa 0 Queen Anne 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Brick If 32. Roof Type & Material W ftrE- 0- ri 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/Asphalt shgl. -7 14 G. P. Rafferty ? 33., No. of Bays de Front 21. Original Use, if apparent 2 Si 4 Residence 34. Wall Treatment J U 22. Present Use Running bond Residence 35. Plan Shape Irre 0 I 1X 8 >4 23. Ownership Public 0 111736. -Changes Addition (9 Private Q (Explain Altered (R M 9. Coordinates in #42) Moved 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, Lat. Long. if known Paul Fox 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Interior - 121 Brooklyn 1) 1-71131 ;tl I 16) 1( , 101 14LO91-71 C) 13 10 1 Oak Harbor, Ohio Exterior Good (D Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes [N 10. Site 0 Structure 0 IUIJII@. No Underway? No 0 Building:0 Object 0 Local Contact Person or Organization '39. Endangered? Yes 0. 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes [9 Ottawa Countv Historical Society By What? No (2 J Register? No li@ Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 25 40. Visible from Yes IN Hist. Dist.? No 2 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road r)o 1 42. Further Description of Important Features Important features include: a brick chimney with stone block trim; gablets, gabled dormers and gables with solid decorative infill and bargeboard; two-story bays with flanking brackets topped by triangular wood sections in a ship's wheel motif; shield-shaped, carved stone trim ornament; an inset brick arch with stone trim supports; continuous lintels on both Ft floors; single-paned,fanlight, and double-hung 1/1 windows with many M of the latter featuring a triangular section of stained glass (over),,,' rt 43. History and Significance This home is one of the finest examples of brick Queen Anne architecture @0 fl) in the area. Guy P. Rafferty apprenticed as a brick and-stone mason, was a builder and W F-4 contractor in Sandusky and Ottawa counties and. was a manufacturer of brick and tile in Oak PA Harbor. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a residential area and guarded on all sides by a low-hedge. L ular I'd ition C3 Itered qZ M oved 01 45. Sources of Information Observation; Mrs. Paul Fox; George Thierwechter, 46. Prepared by Auditor's and Recorder's records; Commemorative Biographical Record Kyle Johannsen of the Counties of Sandusky and Ottawa 47. Organization CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 6/81 1 42. (continued) panes in the upper segment; window treatments of plain lug sills and ornately carved and bracketed lintels; a triplet of arched windows topped by a'rched, stone molding; a front porch with gabled entry; and side and front door-s.with transom*and side lights. The back porch has been removed and replaced with a garage,the enclosed front porch is a possible alteration and a lintel above a picture window in the north bay has been removed. 55 2 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC.INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 N 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) ()TT- (0 @ @ - R 2. County Ginger St. Clair Residence Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC Charles H. Graves Residence 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Cate ory 28. No. of Stories 2 C, M 29. Basement? Yes:p 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 137 Erie - SW corner Prospect c. 1890 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity -18. Style or Design Concrete Block Oak Harbor Queen Anne 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect"or Engineer Wood Frame 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/Asphalt shgl. 133. No. of Bays 4 P ROS P 9-C T 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 2 Side 3 Residence 34. Wall Treatment 1'22. Present Use Asbestos shingle Residence-apartments '35. Plan Shape Irreguiar 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 6 Private E (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known James Majors 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference 130 Erie St. Interior 11 7113.12 1112 1110 1 14 15 19 16 16 10 1 Oak Harbor, Ohio Exterior Good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes 6 10. Site0 Structure 0 Public? NoJD Underway? No 0 Building CX Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes 09 Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No 0 Registerl No Ck . Eligible? No 1 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab.Yes0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes 8 Hist. Dist.? No CY Potent'l? No El Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road c I 11 nn I 00, 42. Further Description of Important Features Gables are treated with exposed raf- ters, imbricated shingles and dentils and feature 1-paned windows on east and south. A gable &! pavil lion' sits before the northside gable and a gablet behind another pavillion is featured on the south face. Window types include double-hung 1/1, Queen Anne leaded and stained glass. A wrap-around front porch displays upper spindlework, turned and bracketed columns and a turned (spindles) --and sawn balustrade lattice. An enclosed back entry is a possible 43. History and Significance addition. (D This home is a good example of the Queen Anne architecture found in the area and has an exceptional Eastlake-style porch. Charles Graves was a prominent lawyer in the City of Oak Harbor who became Secretary of State for Ohio under Governor McKinley and later was a Federal Collector of Internal Revenue. (D in a residential ar,ea. rD t-t 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located (D 45. Sources of Information Observation; AuditoFs records; Kecorder's recorU6 :E 6. Prepared by F 6* C 17 c Commerative Biographical Record of the Counties of @00 Kyle Johannsen ?I " Sandusky and Ottawa; George Thierwechter;. Oak 0 P 7. Organization M Harbor 1820-1920 CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 9/81 1 3 Ohio Historic Preservation Office 56. Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. 4. Present Name(s) Z 2. County Clarence Witt Property P Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Sarem District School #7 CAC 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories G, C 29. Basement? Yes 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 129 0 C rt Muddy Creek N. Rd. 1899 30. Foundation Material rt 1< Rock-faced ashlar co 7. City or Town if Rural, Township & Vicinity IF Style or Design 4 Salem Twp. 4 mi. SE of Oak Harbo one-room Schoolhouse 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Brick. _J 32. Roof Type & Material C_ T Y. 20. Contractor or Builder Gable7stamped Metal 0 No. of Bays Front 3 Side 3 21. Original Use, if apparent 0 1 H ; Schoolhouse 34. Wall Treatment g Bond 22. Present Use Runnin CD Vacant 35. Plan ShapeRectang P_ 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 LML @411 Private R) (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates in #42) Moved n rt 24. Owner's Name & Address. Lat. Long. if known Clarence Witt 37. Condition I'd Interior 11t U.T.M. Reference 8354 Oak Harbor SE Rd. 0 i 17 11-3 1,2 1-61-71-91 ed Iq k 111-.5 1 t lalo I Oak Harbor, OH Exterior Good 10 (D Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes 0 rr 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 0 Underway? No M Building JZ) Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes 9 Ottawa County Historical Society By What? NoIR Register? No 0 Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes IR Hist. Dist.? NoZ Potent'l? No (2 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 30'/ 42. Further Description of Important Features Roof line is highlighted by a cupola. An arched attic window and a date stone are found under the front gable. Windows are double-hung and are treated with segmental F_ 5 arches above and with plain lug sills below. The front door features a transom window and is topped by a bracketcd hood. 4C. 43. History and Significance This is the best preserved one-room schoolhouse the arTa Accura3mg to the 1900 Atlas, Salem Township was served by nine such district schools. See also Walter Brugger Residence and Gordon Priesman Property forms. 0 0 -@J 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a rural area. 45. Sources of Information Observation, Mrs. Norm Witt, 1900 Ottawa County 46. Pre `_ 77@@_ , N I Atlas Kyle Johannsen 47. Organization CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 9/81 1 1 4 Ohio Historic Preservation Office 57 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lurnbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) OTT- CQ t4 0 - 4 Z 2. County Erie Township Garage Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC Erie Township School 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 G, D M 0 0 0 17. Date(s) or Period rtC W. Harbor Rd. 1914 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Concrete LaCarne Colonial Revival 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Brick 0 A/ 32. Roof Type & Material CAL 20. Contractor or Builder Hip/Asphalt shgl. Z 33. No. of Bays 2 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 9 Side 7 CD 40 P1T Schoolhouse 34. Wall Treatment Running FJ- M rA Lo, t+R C,2@0 9- P, I 1, 3 22. Present Use bond w. brick trim Township garage 35. Plan Shape Irregular 0 Z 23. Ownership 5 Public 12: 36. Changes Addition 0 3 Private (Explain Altered n U:,)..P, 9. Coordinates H(a 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 10 Lat. Long. if known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Interior 11171 1.3:1,A Iq 17 10 Jo 1 14 15 1 q 17 1,eY 1 -7 1 C)l Erie Township Trustees Exterior Good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation 7esn (D 10. Site 0 structure 0 Public? No 13: Underway? No 0 Building a Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes:n Ottawa Count)T H rical Societ By What? NoM Register? No a Eligible? No 0 27.. Other Surveys in W 13. Part of" Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes KI Hist. Dist.? No M Potent'l? No M Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Dlstanc from and Frontage on Road 60'/240' 42. Further Description of Important Features T e numerous important features 0 include:! six semi-circular air vents; six brick chimneys with arched openings; an octagonal cupola with louvered openings and a circular wir,dow; exposed rafters; window treatments of plain lug sills; Z projecting sections of brick trim under the cornice, under window sills, as corner quoins and above the high foundation; a front entry pavilion topped by a date stone; and a round arched front double-door highlighted by a brick arch with end and keystones. Most windows are 43. History and Significance boarded and two garage doors have been installed in back. 0 This building is an exceptional example of a Colonial Revival schoolhouse and displays Federal style influence. The building now serves as the township garage. The school is very similar to schoolhouses in Monclova and Rocky Ridge, Ohio. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings 0 Located in a residential area. 0 F_ L d7 3-ng jm 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Kyle Johnnnspn C Observation. 47. Organization CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 6/81 1 5 IN A",F:_ - -Camp Perry -Ra-l-BERS, 8. SIGNIFICANCE and HISTORY: Camp Perry, Ohio's 0 only state owned military reservation has been 'the En COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP: site of the National Rifle Association's national )ttawa - Erie rifle and pistol matches for nearly every year LOCATION OF NEGATIVES: CAC since 1907 and contains buildings of architectural VILLAGE NAME: Camp Perry note from both the mid 1930's and the early 1900's _@_i_,ECIFIC LOCATION: R. lbE/T. 7/S, 28, 21 Camp Perry, considered one of the finest rifle 3etween Lake Erie and S.R. #2 ranges in the world, was originally purchased over the winter of 1905-1906 on the recommendation of DESCRIPTION: Camp P-erry is a military in- Brigadier General Ammon B. Critchfield, the Adju- tan@ General of Ohio.from 1904 to 1908. The ori- ,tallation consisting largely of wood frame )arracks, mess ha7lls, showers, warehouses, ginal purchase.-" at a cost of $25,000, covered 300 @tc. The exceptions to this rule include two acres of low level land-facing Lake Erie for use ;reek.Revival pre-formed concrete buildings as a National Guard campground and rifle range. ;hich date from 1909 and a series of Colonial During 1906, the.camp's parapets, water tower, )rick structures built as part of the Works sewage disposal, etc., were constructed. The club- Irogress progr'am during 1936 and 1937. There house, 200 and 600 yard ranges, were completed tha ias been little recent construction and the same year in preparation for the national matches iajority.of the buildings have ma. .int. ained which were first held-at Camp Perry in the fall of 1907. The clubhouse was built by the Ohio State :heir architectural integrity. Rifle kssociation at a cost of $40,000 to house I the families of t e participants in the matches as MAP AND DATE: Official-"Camp Perry" map; no date well as those of guardsmen during Squaw summer encampments, and was later purchased by the state after the-- _J1 am first'World War. The 800 yard 0 8 0 range was also coufpleted in time 11T for the 1907 matches, and it was IT followed in 1910 by the 1000 6 yard range, and a set of revolve..0 rt ranges. A On May 1, 1908, Camp Perry received its official title by 4 an act of the State Legislature, J FF 5 It in honor of Commodore Oliver M J. Hazard Perry, who commanded the _5 F-1 3 American fleet which routed the 7:-- 1@ X_ LJ British fleet just north of the --pit j Al, site in the War of 1812. In 1909 the old mess halland the warehouse how used a--_(pv r 9. LIST of INDIVIDUAL FORMS ELIGIBLE FOR NATIONAL REG. ;A; A.number of the buildings appear- 4A gem to meet National Register cri R -E@ - No 6, and p teria, i.e., numbers 1-4 8. However, the Ohio Na ional 5 ME 7 PT L Guard is not interested in such -too E". .14L t700 boo* CIO a nomination. M 2200 Erg' ',P r CAFfl P P_ py E77 B@ E. Ga 4e' SOURCES: Observation; tfCamp Perry" author 11. PREPARED BY:1 .known; "Camp Perry" by Virgil Gordoni Inland ___Kyle Johannsen to 12. ORGANIZATION: .as, Fall 1965; "The Story of Camp Perry by .ndolph Downes, Northwest Ohio Quarterly, Win- CAC ,r 1949-50; Port Clinton News H August 7, 13. DATE: erald, r11 I - r-f- l'; 7.0- 80; Port Clinton News Herald, August 22, 1974 11/81 ATTACH PHOTO PAGE 8. the commissary, were constructed using the then new technique of monolithic concrete construction, which-involved pouring the concrete walls as they lay flat on the ground and then raising them into their vertical positions through a system of jacks. These buildings were started by the Aiken Construction Company of Chicago and were completed by the state, after the company's bankruptcy, under the direction of 0. B. Parsons, who served as architect, engineer, contractor, and inspector during their construction. At the outbreak of World War I, Camp Perry was turned over to the Federal Government and was used as.a reception and training center for new recruits. Between 1935 and 1940 $800,000 were spent on Camp Perry in various WPA projects. Many of the buildings:and improvements associated with Camp Perry today were constructed in the late 1930's as.part of the WPA program. Nearly all of the brick Colonial structures including the Commercial Center, at a cost of $70,000, the Theater ($70,000), and the Administrative Building ($50,000) were built'between 1936 and 1937. Other WPA projects included the construction of utility buildings and a 300,000 gallon reservoir, the planting of over 3,000-trees,.the laying out of a storm sewer, and the installation.of over 1,000 feet of-sidewalk. During World War II, Camp Perry was again turned over to the Federal Government and was used as a reception center for new recruits and as a Prisoner of'War Camp for some 13'1000.' Italian and 6,000 German prisoners. In addition, the.camp,boused a.MP Battalion Headquarte and an Ordinance Unit Training Center. Camp Perry abounds in historical monuments and markers. The shooting ranges and some of the permanent buildings are@tn.amed in'honor.of Medal.of Honor winners. A monument outsid the Commercial Center honors General Critchfield. The camp flagpole is from the U.S.S. Essex III, a circa 1880 sailing'vessel. _' And, beside the flagpole is one of the 48 train cars of the '.'Gratitude-Train" @6nt to the United States by the people of France after World War II, loaded with gifts in gratitude for gifts sent to France by the people of the United 'States. Today Camp Perry continues to serve as.a summer encampment for the Ohio National Guard, continues to'host the national rifle and pistol matches, and is the home of the Ohio Air National Guard's 200th Civil Engineering "Red Horse" Squadron. VILLAGE FORM OHI NO. LOT OR SECTION NO. 59 DATE OF BUILDING 5. NAME Camp Perry PREVIOUS OWNER AND CO10ENTS PHOTO 2 1. 3 4 2. Camp Perry Gate 2. Camp Perry Baggage 2. Camp Perry Commissary 2. Camp Perry Con- 3. State of Ohio . Station 3. State of Ohio solidated Mess 4. 1-7 -331 -1 e0 'Y-5q'?'140 3. State of Ohio 4. 11 -331qqo 46,oou'40 3. State of Ohio 5. 1937 4. 11 331470 5. 1909 4. 17 331-500 4&aJ_7'q' 6. Two stone towers 5. c. 1910 - 6. Building #2009. 5. 1909 topped by an octagonal 6. Building #2514. Classical Greek Revival 6. Building #1738. roof. Circular windows Grooved flush siding with modillioned frieze, Classical Greek in brick section below with endb .oards. Simple" entablature return, ped- Revival with modil- roof. brackets support wide. imented hoodmolds and lioned frieze, en- eaves. Circular vents buttresses. Iron bars tablature return an@ under gables. over windows. pedimented hoodraold,, Cement piers define bays. t At@ ZE, WIWI l.. 5 6 1. 7 2. Camp Perry Icehouse 2. Camp Perry Commercial 2. Camp Perry Chapel 2. Camp Perry Grati- 3. State of Ohio Center 3. State of Ohio tude Train Car 4. 1-7 3-514GO 3. State of-Ohio 4. 11 3-3)5-10 qI-W 3. State of Ohio 5. c. 1936-1937 4. 1 33.1&.20- Li&cc>!92'0 5. c. 1936-1937 4. 11 331550 qtOoq9O 6. 111 story plain brick 5. 1936 6. Brick construction 5. c. 1948 building 6. Building #3. Open plain functional 6. Built in France. brick arcade with 41 interior Provencial shields arches. Tripartite which were originally windows under end gablel on the car are now housed elsewhere for safekeeping. 2. S .'7777777 'W _X ;-Z.0 OHI NO. LOT OR SECTION NO. VILUGE YORM N01E DATE OF BUILDING 15. NAME Camp Perry PREVIOUS OWNER AND COI-aENTS PHOTO 1.9 1. 10 1. 11 Clubhouse One of a number 2. Camp Perry Hough 2. Camp Perry Post 2. Camp Perry of metal , Headquarters 3. State of Ohio lampposts on Auditorium 4. 11 -b 3a-0(0 dL44001140 brick bases whic 3. State of Ohio 3. State of Ohio q50 5. 1906 dot the camp 4. 1-7 3il@-50 HI-1100 4. 11 33)700 q600 5. 1937 6. Building #600. Alumi- grounds 5. 1936 g #1. Hipped num-sided, three-story. 6. Building #2. Stepped 6. Buildin gable entry with stone roof- one-story building building with a one-stor3 trim and decorative with multiple inter- gallery/deck across the brackets. sections. front. See section 8 for history -:7 'J "Squaw Camp," summer Some of the simple cottages found in wood frame barracks the vicinity of the. found on the c.amp clubhouse. grounds. -7- *mamma" 6 60 J Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lurnbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) OTT- 5-9-7- Z 2. County Raymond Bahnsen Property Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC PeterNewman Barn 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories B, D 29. Basement? Yes 0 C) rt r- r"t 0 Southeast corner Paulsen and 17. Date(s) or Period No 19 Little Portage East c. 1905-1915 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Bay Twp., 6 miles southeast of Barn - Gambrel 31. Wall Construction - U-R-Ra- Wood frame 8. Site Plan with North Arrow a rbor 19. Architect or Engineer If 32. Roof Type & Material P/ 20. Contractor or Builder Gambrel/Slate sh@l. 33. -No. of Bays Front 2 T 21 Original Use, if apparent Side i @0 L/ Barn 4. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use 0 CD Vertical siding CL-1 Barn 35. Plan Shape Rectangular Z 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Private IT- (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates 24., Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 (D Lat. Long. if known Raymond Bahnsen 37. Condition 0 U.T.M. Reference 2626 Paulsen Rd. Interior 1-d Port Clinton, Ohio xterior Fair P1 I / 171 131al S1 81-3 1 ol 1411,5 1? @5 1(.,11 E 0 10 rD Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes 91 t111 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Publicl No 12 Underway? No 0 rt Building [R Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes 13 Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No 76D Registerl No Ck Eligible? No P 27. Other Surveys in 13. Part of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 - @40. Visible from Yes M Hist. Dist.? No CR Potent'l? No:ffl Public Road? N 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 115'/ 42. Further Description of Important Features Roof line is highlig by two four- sided cupolas. Cupolas feature a sloping roof with heavy cornice 0 (D 5 supported by small brackets. Gabled dormers with wood ornament are rt CD found on all four sides of the cupola roof. A band of wood ornament Z and a frieze board with dentils are located beneath the cornice. CD 3 Main sections of the cupolas display four-paned windows, bevelled siding, imbricated shingles and corner fanlight designs. D) 43. History and Significance This barn is highly unusual and unique for the detailed ornament displayed in its cupolas. Peter Newman was a prominent Bay Township farmer. F-- 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings rt rr Located in a rural area. A modern hipped-roof residence is also found on the property. F_; (D Stone pillars topped by concrete spheres, animals or busts line the east side of the property. 0 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepareo by OQ Observation; Recorder's records; 1874 and 1900 Ottawa County Atlases Kyle Johannsen 47. Organization CAC U) rt 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 6/81 1 - I - __ 7a Ohio Historic Preservation Office 61 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) A 6TT - Sr7l- ID Z 2. County Winous Point Shooting Club Annex Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC 2 _8 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category No. f Stories 2 OWN! Yes 0 C1. C 29. Basement? 0 17. Date(s) or Feriod No:n 3500 S. Lattimore c. 1886 0 "@:-j 30. Foundation Material rt Stone 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design 31. Wall Construction Bay Twp., 5 mi. SW of Port Clinton Vernacular 19. Architect or Engineer Frame 8. Site Plan with North Arrow @U@W-x@ & Material 20. Contractor or (;a6_L_e7Asphait: sh5zi. R33. No. of Says Front 2 Side 34. Wall Treatment r5 0 Wood shinglg r- cj@b 6." 35. Plan Shape Irre ular W 2 _66rv ous JL y 11 fty N 36. Changes Addition 0 o 3 (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Long. Lat. if known Winous Point Club 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference c/o Robert Meeks Interior Good 0 3500 S. Lattimore, Port Clinton Exterior rT 1171 13 13 13 1.1 1 14 15 1210 1 Good Z Zone Easting Northing 2 Open to Yes 38. Preservation YesIq rQ 10. Site 0 Structure D Public? No C3: Underway? No 0 Building 13 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 r: 11.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes:n Ottawa County Historical Societv By What? No:P Register'.) No (R Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in w :7 13. Part of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes 0 (D Hist. Dist.? NoIR Potent'l? No X1 Public Road? No 0 77 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and L Frontage on Road 42, Furt@e@ Description of Important Features The dominant feature of this building is a two-@story, mansard-roofed bay at the northeast corner. Other noteable features include corbelled chimneys and double-hung windows A second-floor back entry has been added. ooo 43. History and Significance The Winous Point Shooting Club was formed in M)b and n a s-o-p e-r-a-t-e- T e v e r U since under its original charter. It is claimed to be the oldest continually chartered water- fowl hunting club in the country. Its membership reads like a who's who of Ohio industrialists and financiers and includes such noted individuals as the inventor, Charles Brush' the Great LakA shipping magnates, Fayette and E. Alexander Brown; the co-founder of Proctor & Gamble, William A. Proctor: and the Civil War financier, Jay Cooke. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a rural area in the club grounds of the Winous Point Shooting Club along Sandusky Bay. A pumphouse is found immediately behind thka structure 0 and the clubhouse and several other club buildings are found in the immediate vicinity. 45. Sources of Information Observation, Dr. Robert Meeks, 1874 and 1900 Ottawa 46. Prepared by s ide W 0 ] re u lar Addn itio :0 A tered 0 od Moved 0 County Atlases, Winous Point Club Album, History of Ohio Randall & Kyle Johannsen Ryan, History of Ohio - C. B. Galbreath 47. Organization CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 9/81 1 7b Ohio Historic Preservation Office 62 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY I.. No. OTT - 5'7 0 4. Present Name(s) Z 2. County Winous Point Shooting Club Clubhouse P Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category As. 114U. UA oLuil= C 29. Basement? Yes 0 0 17. Date(s) or Period No N 0 a rt a 3500 S. Lattimore 1856 30. Foundation Material rt 1< 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Stone Bay Twp. 5 mi. SW of Port Clint n Vernacular Greek Revival 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 4 19. Architect or Engineer Wood frdme 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/Asphalt shgl. 33..No. of Bays Front 5 Side 2 21. Original Use, If apparent :4 -0 FJ- - Clubhouse 34. Wall Treatment o 22. Present Use 0 L@A Undulent shingle 9 R, 35. Plan Shape Rectangu lar vi Z Clubhouse & Residence CIk16 23. Ownership Public 0 es Addition 6d 0 3 FJ- CD 9. Coordinates Private 0 in Altered 0 :z 24. Owner's Name & Address, M) Moved 0 rt Lat. Long. if known Winous Point Club 37. Condition C/D U.T.M. Reference c/o Robert Meeks Interior Good 0 0 11313 13 1115 10 1 14 15 19 1 11 612101 3500 S. Lattimore, Port Clinton Exterior Good rt Zone Easting Northing 25, Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes0 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No:0 Underway? No 0 C-) Buildingf] Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes0 Z 1I.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes RP a hLa rniintir R_i@fgrical Society By What? No 8 Register? No KI Eligible? No 0 J, 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 0. Visible from Yes0 Hist. Dist.? No 10 Potent'l? No (R Public Road? No e3 0 15. Name of Established District Z IDistance from and Cn (D Frontage on Road 42. Further Description of Important Features Roof line is highligtitecL by au open cupola and a large Canada goose weathervane. Rafters are exposed under 0 the wide overhang. Original windows are double-hung 6/6 and a one- CD story bay window is found on the east wall. The long front porch is Z supported by sawn columns and a single rail. Several additions have 3 CD been made to the east, north, and west sides. The western section of the original clubhouse was burned in a c. 1970 fire. @-LM !@0152 43. History and Significance The Winous Point Shooting Club was tormed in 16 an t1as operated ever LX C since then under its original charter. It is claimed to be the oldest continually chartered C waterfowl hunting club in the country. Its membership reads like a who's who of Ohio indus- trialists and financiers, and includes such noted individuals as the inventor, Charles F. Brush* the Great Lakes' shipping magnates Fayette and E. Alexander Brown, the co-founderof P) rnrt-nr & rgamble, William A. Proctor: and the Civil War financier, Jay Cooke. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a rural area on the club grounds of the Winods- 0 Point Shooting Club along the north shore of Sandusky Bay. Several club buildings are found i the immediate vicinity and the clubhouse is joined to the annex building by a raised wooden (D walkway. Nearby outbuildings include a three-car garage, a pole barn and a wood frame (over) 45. Sources of information Observation, Dr. Robert Meeks, 1874 and 1900 Ot- 46. Prepared by tawa County Atlases, Winous Pt. Club Album, History of Ohio - Randall Kyle Johannsen & Ryan, History of Ohio.- C. B. Galbreath 47. Organization CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 9/ 81 1 44. (continued) punters' or guides.' residence, now used for storage, which features 6/6 double-hung windows and dates from around 1860. 8 Ohio Historic Preservation Office 63 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. OTT- (9 (0 5- 4. Present Name(s) Z 2. County Jeremy's Lighthouse Ottawa P. ther Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Port-Clinton Lighthouse 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 F, C 29. Basement? Yes 0 0 0 17. Date(s) or Period 140 E) r, a rt 403 Lakeshore Dr. c. 1874 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township V -icinily 18. Style or Design Port Clinton Lighthouse / Italianate 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer -.Wood F .rame 1@ ri c- 1 32. Roof e & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Hip/Weet metal Lftyc_,@Nopf 00. 133. No. of Ba s Front Side 1 21. Original Use, If apparent M"Ac.- t Lighthouse 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use Shiplap w. endbds. IR 135. Plan Shape pVramid Z 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Private Ed (Explain Altered 0 t-1 9. Coo in #42) H. P<eky 24. Owner's Name & Address, Moved CR Lat. if known David B. Jeremy & Son, 37. Condition rt @:F, U.T.L.. Inc. Interior Good 0 403 Lakeshore Dr., Port Clinto Good 110 11,-,, 1,-5- k? 1 -@, I @-.- ,, ,I , OH Exterior rD Zone Easting North! 25. Open to Yes 0 . . =@TT ng 1 MM, .10. Site 0 Structure M Public? No Ek Underway? No 0 Building 0 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes [X Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No:n Register'? No E:k Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in W 13. Part of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? No IN Potent'l? No 3 Public Road? NoE] 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road appro x. 2 mile/ Description of Important Features 42. Furtl@er Id 0 0 The lighthouse roof is topped by a metal sphere. The second " 3 floor is considerably smaller than the first with large single- paned windows on three sides. A balcony runs outside the windows :.Li Z and is supported by corner brackets with a wide frieze board 3 rt following beneath. A single double hung 2/2 window box with a 0 shed roof projects from the east side on the first floor. The only entry is recessed into the north face. The lighthouse (over) FJ aq 43. History and Significance This lighthouse was the second lighthouse to serve Port Clinton harbor. Guided :71 0 vessels for approximately 90 years. r_ to (D 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings 0 C " W Located in a commercial area on the property of Jeremys' Marina along the rt north bank of the Portage River. H. (D -N, I _Jy r? --r 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by 0 0 Observation, 1874 Ottawa County Atlas, Clair & Clarence Jeremy, ? 'i Kyle Johannsen M Auditor's Records 47. Organization 0 t=1 = CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 3 1 9 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 0__ 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) T -County Deja Vu Shop orPAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives old Park Ande-son Store, Siefert 1:@uilding 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 0 29. Basement? H N o,-a .17. Date(s) or Period W.. Perry Street 30. Foundation Material 1890 brick 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design PO-t Clinton High Victorian Commercial 31. Wall Construction S. SIte ?Ian with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer . brick 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder assume flat 33. No. of B s Front gy Side 10 21. Original Use, If apparent _a 34. Wall Treatment Po Clinton RutZlZy C-4 22. Present Use:,- @, half -vacant b-ick Antiques-Second Hand 35. Plan Shape rect 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Private U) (Explain Altered CX W 9. Coordi ateb 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 0 Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Pa-k Richey interior f air __17 [ J Chicago Exterior fair I I A 19131011 1917131 N d 25. Open to pa-t lally Yes M 38. Preservation Yes CX Zone Easting Northing Public? No 0 Underway? No 0 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Building IX Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 ii.-On.National Yes q 12. Is It Yesx] Ottawa Co HS By What? No)U Register? No a Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included not right now 13. Part of .Estab. Ye,_ 0 14. District Yes CX 40. Visible from Yes)0 H13t. Dist.? N oAff Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15, Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-2 f -6o 42. Further Description of Importa=tFeatures 0 36- la-ge plywood sign located above diplay windows where -ransom lights would be. auilding has two separate stores, each with central recesse ioor and large side..display windows, cast Iron pilasters flank. recesses, middle doors lead upstairs.. 2nd floor has 1/1 windows with lug sills and o-namented pedimentedhoods. b> 43. History and Significance/ very elaborate cornice with dent ils and o-nament ed frieze M 3uilt and_opened in 1890, was fi-st in town with cargo elevator. Became fn .0 .linton House Hotel-was that in 1916'. also had restaurant and later apartments :4 apstal-st served as welfare office in Depression. Was Park Anderson Auto 3upply until 5 years ago. This Is a handsome bldg with good details and little 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings/ majo-.alte-ations. Being vacant its future is ? ?erry street Is very busy, much traffic and noise. located in downtown :)Usiness district'and near Portage River. Mixed commercial and offices In i.rea,- Across street is PC landmark, the Island House Hotel. Yes 0 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Store Keeper. Tom Butchko Ray Sperber's files at P(, News Herald offices 47. Organization 0 VA_:@ 0 48. Date 49. Revision 10) Ohio Historic Preservation Office 65 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC -@.:INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 4321' 1. 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) Ql- Ilk 0 7_7 R 3 ;Z JO Island House Motor Inn 2. County Ottawa 5.- Other Name(s) 0@pa s Island Hous e 3. Location of Negative 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 3 C 29. Basement? Yes 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 299 Madison St. (w/Perry) 1886 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Brick - Cement Port Clinton Victorian Commercial 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Brick -------------------- 32. Roof Type & Material regRY Assume Flat I-A D V C, oe 20. Contractor or Builder 04: a -------------------- L14 TMT 33. No. of Bays 'IT /" 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 7 Side 7 vq_ ve- N Hotel - Restaurant 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use Brick FORMAE Hotel - Restaurant 35. Plan Shape goctpnpie 13 C 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 3 Private Ell (Explain Altered 9. Coordinates 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 w Lat._@10301 49' Long. 820561261 if known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Mr Paul Clemons Interior Good Island House - Port Clinton Exterior Good Zone Easting Northing 25.Opento Hotel Yes 0 38. Preservation L'M;tt I La%s 9 Public? Restaurant No 0 Underway? Mainten N'o 0 10. Site 0 Structure 0 ance Building (3 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 111.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes JK Ottawa County Historical Societ By What? No M . Register? No 0 Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of' Estab.Yes 11 14. District YeSIX 40. Visible from YeslN Hist. Dist.? No 5a Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 ------------------------ 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and FrontaQe on Road Front 60'Side 42. Further Description o portantTeatures Cement -segemental lintels have a-alternating red & tan brick stones. lug sills, windows are 1/1 with shutters -1st floor windows have wooden sunburst transoms -awning on lst floor at corners has large wooden brackets-angled, cornei, large Victorian cornice. -in:.corner a small tower was removed-large neon sign at corner on roof 43. History and Significance -first opened for business in Feb. 1887, lst owner was Conrad Geinbard, bricks from around Elmore. Built when Port Clinton was a major tourist area (stil.1 is) with located along the now defunct Toledo - Port Clinton & Lakeside Railway. Island Hbuse is a major Port 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings -Locat:ed on main intersection of downtown P.C. NumeroUS other c 1880-90 Clinton C buildings in area,'-some which have undergone major alterations. Angled Area parking in front. Much trAffic-.especially during tourist summer season. Landmark I I i IT F_""" D qIA'4 aa-- 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by :X Tom Butchko, ;X Paul Clemons, Owner 47. Organization F17P-12 j--,t/uX0 P0 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 8-77 1 Ohio HisWic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 NoM I 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) to C J&M Photo Studio 2. County Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives (DVk9Q old National Bank 28. No. o i 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category f Stories 3 129. Baseme 0 C nt? Yes 132 Madison, at Second 17. DW or Period No 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design by, i ek 31. Wall Construction pn"f, rl i nf- nn ---------- E, tffi-plan-w, it-h -North Arrow 19. ATchitect or Engineer b-i ck V7 0. 32. Roof Type & Material v\0 20. Contractor or Builder flat 133. No. of Bays Front 2 Side V) 21. Original Use, If apparent 3 0 9- \-q-V 34. Wall Treatment R6 Al 22. Present Use Photography Studio 35. Plan Shape 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 0 P.rivate M (Explain 'AlteredZI 0'-J 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Pinly Adams Interior good 0 11- 1711-3 13 12 1914 a 21 d Port Clinton Exterior good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 38. Preservation YesJV 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public) N o L0 Underway? No 0 Building%] Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 t1. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes ti Ottawa Co. HS By What? No X) Register? No:XJ Eligible? No 0 27., Other Surveys in hich Included 13. Part of' Estab.Yes [:L 14. District Yes X) MW 40. Visible from Yes EX Hist. Dist.? N o C31- Potent'l? No D Public Road? No;t) 15. Name of Established District Frontage an Road -5 d-15/15 f -35/50 141. Distance from and 42. Further Description of Important Features 36- new glass door and walkup window in front first floor is mostly windows and cement, numerous Ionic 3ilasters,frieze above Ist floor is dentiled with wreath ornamentation. Upper two floors are brick with rusticated stone details and quoins around windows. Large ornate. zo"nice/eaves at top. circular bay/tower In co-ne- over doo, 4@. !s-tory and Significa. Ce Jery excellent cement and b-ieO building with good detailv, Rather ornate and vith su-p"isingly few minor changes. Has classical elements. Over the door -(7'@'@%nded 187:2@- Date Is on building In cornice. Was is an inscription, 6 bank intil about 10 years ago, has been photog- phy eve" since, 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings -ocated in downtown PC, at the major and busiest intersection. In the vicinity 3Lre.other older c 'ommercial buildings, much traffic and agood amount of noise. 0 :-ortage River is ne block north and railroad overpass one block south 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Yes -@p ct M' on ate ri a Side 3 J0 r ddition 0 Altered 1@1 Moved 0 IN 00 Yes 0 NOM Yes CX N 0;, iates listed on building Tom Butchko Ga. Av 5@9-Q Vr, 47. Organization 0 kjcp o 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) to-77 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County office of John C. Smothers, Podiatrist Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives office b tkvo Former Dr.D.A. Hablitzell Dent1st 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 128. No. of Stories C 29. Basement? Yes 0 -_17. Date(s) or Period NoX3 @J 186o-1870-, 30. Foundation Material 3o6 Madison Street 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design stone Port Clinton 31. Wall Construction f 'ram- 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect o r Engineer 1_A_X 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder gable-asphalt shing- -6014@0 12@ 33. No. of Says Front 2 Side 2 21. Original Use, Ifap5iFent 0 Medical office 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use board and batten Medical Office 35. Plan Shape re ct 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 C Private C9_ (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates - In #42) Moved 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, t= Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Dr. D.A. HablItzel Interior good 101 W . 4th Port Clinton Exterior good C_ 1,T] 113 121 91ab I @01 c Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 6 38. Preservation Yes 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 0 Underway? No 0 Bulldlng)p Object 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 Cr 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes t Ottawa Lounty Hist. Soc By What? No EX C Register? No)p Eligible? No 0 @76t_he surveys in Which Included 13. Part of'Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 40. Visible from Yes '70 Hist. Dist.? NOXIE, Potentli? No 0 None Public Road? Noi Cr 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and XXX Frontage on Road d: 40 f: 30 42. Further Description of Important Features Long,rectangula-9 shotgun style. battens are molded. windows are 2/2 with wooden labels. small front porch has turned posts and scroll brackets. step banister also has scrolls. similar brackets also on window box on front wind w. shed room in rear was o"Ininally the lab ans storagea-ea. 43. History and Significance t Excellent example of a small doctors office of post Civil Wa- e-a. This has always been used as doctor's offices, inhabited by:Drs. Bainb-ldge,MD; .Del La Barre,MD;.Yingling,DDS;D.A. Hablitzel,DD _S, the present owner; and t Smothers, Podiatrist, the present occupant. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Adjacent to Public Library, across Madison is County Court House with large lawn and numerous trees. Nearby are a Catholic Church and school and Public elementary and J,@'. High Schools* also downtown. The-e are many residences a nrl n h E2 e v, affiae-@ in the area- 101me"olls t-ees th-ougl=11@_ 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by t n t e g n le C C dd 1ion Itered Moved 0 lz Y e t2 0 Dr. John C. Smothers, occupant. He determined date by 47-. Organization looking up tax -ecords. 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County St* Thomas Episcopal Chu-ch OTTAWA 5, Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives ()Rpo 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories C N 29. Basement? Yes M r 0 No 0 17. Date(s) or Period Jeffe-son at E. Second 1896 30. Foundation Material 7.. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design ock-faced cement bl ck Po-t Clinton 31. Wall Construction S. Site Plan with North 19. Architect or Engineer b-ick 132. Roof Type & Material @0.-Contric,tor 'o-r 'Builder 3able-composition '12 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 3 Side 6 Chu-ch 34. Wall Treatment I CD 22. Present Use b-ick Chu-ch 35. Plan Shape -eCtan-gTe- Z bow 23. Ownership Public 0 ges 0i ton %J Ae Private (I (Explain Altered 0 R 9. Coordinates in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference St. Thomas Episcopal Chu-c Interior good F1 _V1 13 1318111 1- 0 14 1519171 17 101 Po-t Clinton Exterior good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes M 38. Preservation Yes M 10, Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 0 Underway? No 0 Building ZI Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes CS Ottawa Co Histo-ical Societt By What? No Register? No:n Eligible? No 0 27 Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of' Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes K 40. Visible from Yes in Hist. Dist.? No 16 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? NoO 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-40/20 f -50/150 42. Further Description of Important Features F 36-Chu-ch Guild.r.H&ll and office added on -ea-, C Cent-al f-ont po-ch has cqua-e wooden pilla-s with,ogee a-ches on the sides. Og-ee motif also in gable of po-ch. inset bell towe- is open with pedimented -oof. posts have side b-ackets. -oof has two small t-iangula- do-me-s on each side. nave windows a-e small and In pal-s with; -ock-faced stone lug sills. all windows a-e stained. f-or 43 History and Significance 1 nas g-een squa-e imo-icate! woo!;@n s @/-gable of chu-C T@Is is a small, -athe- simple chu-ch that has excellent clean lines- The po-ch with its @Og6e a,@-ches Is quite nice and the bell towe- Is exceptional 2he Ogee Influence is even seen in'the stained glass window patte-ns. This is an example of a plain looking building having many excellent details. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located on a ve-y busy Co-ne:-. Pa-ts of the.st-eets a-e paved in b-ick. Mixed -esidential, office and comme-cial. Cou-t Chouse is one block south. N-IF 'Seve-al t-ees iy ea ut most hve been cut down. Ve-y old home 3 doo-s sou q@@ 19" WaIR to-n down w In tpe last 5- -yea-s. 45. Sources of Information No* of Bay Front Ide 6 Wall Tre tment b-i C P I pe Lt j@@35 an Sh es, a n Lev 'I ges 0, e 46. Prepared by Co-ne-stone. Tom Butf_hko Old pictu-e 'at Ottawa Lounty I-Listo-ical Museum in City Half- Organization CHPO 48. Date 49. Revision Dat-O-) 10-77 14 Ohio Histocie Preservation Office u @y Ohio Historical Center OHIO- HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 6T7- /M-/O 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Old He-1 House JrpAWA 5. Other Narne(s) 3. Location of Negatives J.H. 'NTag-ade- nouse )HPO 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 C 0 29. Basement? Yes 0 17. Date(s) or Period No EX Jefferson St, S. of St.-Thomas 0853 30. Foundation Material 7. Cit or T If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design stone Fo*y 1-irn%on Italianate Victo-ian 31. Wall truction 8. site Plan with North Arrow b EF6 19. Architect or Engineer 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder t-uncated hip 33. No. of Bays @J 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 3 Side 4 nesidence tment 34. Wall Trea b-ick 22. Present Use Vacant 35. Plan Shape L 23. Ownersh! p Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 9. Coordinates Private IN (Explain Altered 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, In #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. 0 - it kn' 'Tie He-1 37. Condition C:: U.T.M. Reference Ch6@- Interior W EEO 11181119 1115 1917111 101 210 Jeffe-son Exterior Poo- Eli Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes 0 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 0 Underway? NoM I BuildingM . Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes JO II.OnNational YesO 12. Is It ? Yes IR C)ttawa Co Histn-iCal Societ By What? No 0 Register? No EX Eligibl ? vu u cn-ntinued dete-ir@-a ic 27. Other Surveys In Which Included 13. Part of' Estab. Yes 0 14. District ?.Yes-lb 40. Visible from Yes IM Hist. Dist.? NoO . Potent1? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-50 f -50 .4f. EuPheifavriptipp of @nportaotcFdatff U1 lb simple deco-ative side b-ackets. J. Lan @on po -nate molded co-nice details. wit-h windows a-e 1/1. with o inset deco-ations. cut stone lug sills. heavy o-nate :73 boxed c-o-nice and eaves. with many small b-ackets and la-ge ones at co-ne-s. rea- left side po-ch is simila- I rr details to the f-onts small wooden vestibule PI-oiects f-cm M ouse has been neglected fo- quite some tin Pp alien. much of co-nice/eaves a . ten ar. some have falle -e otten ar 43. History and Significance /windows a-e boa-ded, v@a-ny'of sla'-'e tiles a-e missinz f-nir -o rhis. is the family home of the family, one of the olde- and mo-e p-o :4 0 minent In PC. J.H.-an a bank on the co-ne" whe-e St. Thomas is, woodeta bank a bldg was Ist pa-ish hall. He had 11 child-ed, "among them Howa-d B 'who left Cn N estate to founi, Mag-ude- Mem Hos and Sam A, p"ominent bamke-. Phese Mag"ude- buff'. many of the fine- homes in PC. (ove-) 44. Description of Environment and utbulldln Locat,ed Just east of gowntoUn dist-ict of PC.. Also mixed a-ea--6f-re�1dehti9tl V :-J and offices. 11o snuth one block is elevated -all-oad t-acks and on othe- side C: ?fetha@ Is Cou-t-House. Much t-affic on both Second and Jeffe-son. Nume-ous t:1 es,in-neighbo"hood, but not heavily,wooden because of ct;)mme-cial Inte-ests. w 45. Sources of Information 47 46. Prepared by .-.er-o,-de--s Office 'Pin Cou-t House -rom -but chko Floyd He-1, 2263 'N3 (-atawba !:oad, Port clin ton 47. Organization m"s. John Belknap,. husband Is great- -g-and son of J.H. @ffiag-ule-- OHPO M"s. Elizabeth Lenney at Ottawa. (,,o Histo-Ical MIuseum in 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 43 continued ..... J.H. jra--ied in 1.842 and fi,st son bo-n In 43. M-s- Belknap knows that they lived somewhe-e else at fi-st. He bought this p-ope-ty f-om E.H. r1aines In 1853. assume this house was built sometime afte-, though the-e may have been an ea-lie- house that was moved to make -oom fo- this one. If the date is 3853 0- sho-tly the-eafte- this would be the oldest -emaining building in Po-t Clinton. Fo- PC being of b-Ick seems somewhat ea-ly fo- 3853, though D-. Hitchcock built a b-ick house at 212 W. -Phi-d soon afte- 1860. Elizabeth Mag-ude-, widow of J.H. owned until 1912. In 1929 ht@use was bought.by Lucy Knight He-l. He- fathe-,a,.-1,-.'night, was a lake captain. 15 Ohio Historic Preservation Office V Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Thelma Wright Residence OPPAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives DP\V16 Old Dr- Gillard House/office Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 29. Basement? Yes a 512 Jefferson 17. Date(s) or Period NoZI 2J 't C1860-70 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town It Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design cement block Port- Clinton Greek Revival 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North A 0 f rame 11 0 19. Architect or Engineer :Z CL 42. Root Type & Material I Qj 20. Contractor or Builder gable-asph shin 33. No. of Bays 1. Original Use, If apparent . Front 3 Side Doctors House/office 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use weathe-boa-d 16ASe."OOL- L Residence 35. Plan Shape - e ct la 1A V_@ u 1;702@ 3. Ownership Public 0- 36. Changes Addition 11 2 Private 19 (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates In #42) Moved 11 24. Owner's Name & Address, Lat. Long. Itknown 37. Condition Mrse Thelma W-Ight U.T.M. Reference 512 Jefferson Interior good 1711311 6112101 141 4q 16 12161 d Exterior pCOC)d "I Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes Ch 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No:M Underway? No 0 1-1 Building M Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11.OnNational YesO 12. Is It YesYM Ottawa CO HS By What? No M C@ Registerl No 0 Eligible? No 0 27.. Other Surveys In W. 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District YesXX 40. Visible from Yes IN Hist. Dist.? No Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 4,x 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-50 f-6o 42. Further Description of Important Features 36-rea- rooms added when moved. (see under 43)- 0 full wid 'th front-po-ch has large chamfered wooden posts. po-ch' facade has flush wide boards. la-ge double central doo- with Centr F al hallway. windows are 1/1 with panels, beneath to the floor and simple window co-nice. p-oje,atinQ aaves with sloping soffits, also simple f"Ieze. t-4 43. History and Significance House was moved he-e f-om 214 Madison in 1906 0- 07 when 0 Dr. Gillard, the owner, built a larger houses that became the VFW- this bldg :4 ou-ned in 3-976. was moved by ho-ses and rolled on logs -Ight f-onl- room 0 .ias doctors office. This house was one of the earlie- st-uctu-es In downtown C0 ,?o-t Clinton. 0 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings IV illixed area. Street is mostly -esidential, One block north Is an elementa-y ind J- High School. Beyond that is Court House. Dry Cleaners nea- -ea" Of )ldg. Much traffic, especially befo-e and after schools a-e out. 45. SourCes Qf Information 46. Prepared by 0 e 't5 I-f-s. rhelma Wright, owner Tom Butchko .ay Spe-be- at New/He-ald Office 47. Organization 48 Date 49 Revision Date(s) WJHIU MMILUCII; rTVZA1FVdLJU" W"CU Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co-lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 07_@r-@ _5 -/0 port Clinton City Hall 2. County OTrAWA 5. other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives 0 vkvo 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. ot Stories 2 D M 29. Basement? 0 C '-4 C 17. Date(s) or Period No El 1-1 C @dams Street, at Second I 1911 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity IS. Style or Design Port Clinton 6. Site Plan wit North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer st one Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder or, ma&-, tar 0 ILI Q 33. No. of Bays Sid 21. Original Use, If apparent .F.ront5 a 5 City Hall 134. Will Treatment PWA V145 22. Present Use stone -3 Plan Shape veCt City Hall ri 'a 23. Ownership Public -N 36. Changes- _A@d- I I _n Private 0 (Explain Al r 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, In #42) v Lat. Long. If known -.37. Condition U.T.M. Reference __ city of Port (,linton Interior gonci I-Li I -113181 P I o I F4151 @1 101 Exterior--gioAd Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes E -38. Preservation Y e s COKC 10. Site Structure 0 Public? No 0 Underway? No 0 Building Object RK'Fulful FAA -vAvdl I Ucalul 1 39. Endangered? Yes 1.1. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes Ott wa Co HS By What? No)UT Register? No S2 Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes [X 40. Visible from YesX3 Hist. Dist? NcK[X Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15.- Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-40 30 f -80/120 42. Further Description of Important Fea ures 36-new brick addition to fire department wing In reaV, iindoms are 1/1 with transom lights, some are in g-oups off o- 4, several on 1st floor have fans with stone labels. ,nt-ance is on.front right co-ner with 2 la-ge smooth ,tone Romanesque a-ches. white co-nicenea- top has molding '-Ieze and brackets. f-ont pedimented gable has urn and ,-a-land detail. small cantilevered balcony in front center 43. History and Significance 'his building 'replaced the original city hall still standing downtown at 217 d to house Libra-y. which moved about 10 years ago, the City tadison, Use" 4_ nd Ottawa Go Histo-Ical Museum is in the basement. Excellent specimen of ,ov I 1 building, has very good stone details. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings ,dams St-eet is a boulevard with a-f50twIde median of t-ees and grass. To west .s business district, to east is p-ima-ily -esidential. In immediate area s seye" c@yrch's ?fUces,,fune-al and res1d Attached and in the ear s fie -re Rebt a ove s a smaAovTcto@ian eNcEo*eV*. 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by F 6* 17 @41 o-nerstone Tom Butchko 900 Illustrated Atlas of Ottawa Co, in Ida Rupp Lib-a-y, p4@7_ Organization Okk@>C) 49. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 16,b) Ohio HistOtic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) St . John I s Luthe-an Chu-ch 2. County QrTAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Z_ 0HP0____ 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories D N' 29. Basement? Yes Adams at E. Second I . Date(s) or Period No 0 > 1913 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design stone Po-t CUnton romanesque-Gothle 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Pkan14+ North Arrow 19. Architect -or_M@qLqae;@ stone r Mr.Spie- Det-oit 32. Roof Type & Material Q Cal 20. Contractor or Builder gable-slate M-. Segaa-d-Local man 33. No. of Bays 19 err 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 3 Side 4 Church 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use C, 35. Plan Shape -ec 0 a 11DO 0 chu-ch tangle Public 13 36. Changes Addition bi Cn N 23. Ownership PrIvate3b (Explain 9. Coordinates Altered 0 1 24. Owner's Name & Address, In #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. If known '37. Condition U.T.M. Reference St. John's Luthe-an Chu-ch interior excellent 1415191 A 16101 Po-t Clinton Exterior excelJent 1@ 113 1318113 10 1. Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes & 38. Preservation Yes M 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 0 Underway? No 0 c- Building X3 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes By What? No Ottawa Co Histo-ical Soc C, Register? No E3 Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of' Estab. Yes 0 14. District othe- sou-ces. 40. Visible from Hist. Dist.? No M Potent'l? No 0 Yes IX St. Johns 300th Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District Annive-sa-y Booklet-1975 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road compiled by F-s. Patsy I Coyll d--30/30 f-150/100 42 Further Description of ImAorlant Features 56-3 Sto-Y Pa-is all, office, and Sunday School added o south, with Cou-tya-d bwtween it and chu-ch. 1953 Cent-al -ecessed doo- has Gothic a-ch. f-ont -ose window and la"ge no-then stained glass windows. inset towe- on -7 f"ont left,.has Gothic openings fo- bells and tu--eted to P nume-ous small windows and co-ner butt-esses on towe-. sills, lintels, labels and wate- table a-e of cut smooth stone. 43. History and Significance 0-iginal Chu-ch location was 301 W. Thi-d- That was sold to "ail-oad and th" built. The o-iginal chu-ch is now thw Heineman Dist-ibute-s- That chu-ch wa built in 1898, 1-6-ganinized In 1875.. so . 'this -co,!ne'rstone 111875-191_3'@ Bldg S Gathic window aetTil?,@ut the gve-akl cha-acte-s 'seems mg-e riomanesaue 99an ot-hic, Extreme y _ e inte-io-, la-ge ca-ved wooden altar. 44. De lption of Egirorgentd!nd FutbVIP plixecd neigh o 0 0 ill1ses, Chu-ches, and -esidential. Adams is bouleva-d I '. 00 with many t-ees. Second st-eet east of Chu-ch Is paved with b-ick which give- this a-ea of fine old homes a diffe-entiating feeling f"om the -est of 2nd. -Phe lake is I block no"th and downtown is 2 blocks west. Yes No 0 Yes 00 1@ NJ 0@ 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by M-. Heineman at Heineman Dist-lbuting. POM Buitchko chu-ch co-ne- stone. 47. Organization Oliver T-ue Pictu,e Collection with .-ay Sperbe- at rews-., 0HP0 He-ald'o .ffice downtown 48. Date 149. Revision Date(s) I 1 6C) Ohio Historic Preservation Off .ice 73 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 0 R-3 -/Q 7@__ __ F-ede-ici Residence 2. County 3. Location of Negatives Gill home r)g Pr) OTTAWA 5. Other Name(s) 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category pa. fi6. of Stories 2 D 29. Basement? Yes :M 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 310 E.-Pe-y 19o4 A30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design -ockLfaced cement block Po-t.,Qlinton Colonial-GeO-gian nevival 31. Wall Co.nstructlon Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer b-ick 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder r,-u ated hip-slate 33.. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent Front3 Side 3 sidence 34. Wall Treatment. px'@Zy_ Use b-ick Residence 35. Plan Shape SqUa-"e :t: 23. Ownership Public 0 136. Changes Addition 8 PrIvateXX (Explain Altered 0 H 9i Coordinates 24. Owner's Name. & Address, In #42) Moved 0 to Lat. Long. If kno 37 11-ri F, SeTayne F-ede-ici Condition good co U.T.M. Reference - 310 E. Pe--y Interior goed- 13 1318 P 19-10-1 14 15191713 14 101 Exterior Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No Underway? No 0 V1 Building:n Object 0 9--- 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes 9 ttawa Co Histo-ical Society By What? No 0 Register') No 1K) Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 6 40. Visible from *es 0 Hist. Dist.? No -19 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-100 f-50 42. Further Description of Important Features 36--ea- addition built in 1944, weathe-boa-d facade. Cent-al d-oo- in f"ont. Fas semi-CI-CUlal- po"ch on f-ont -Ight with 2 'rusean columns and 2 b-ick pie-s. po"ch is se-eened. Po-ch has classical entablatu-e with many small b-ackets/dentils. 1/1 windows with -ock-faced stone lin and lug sills. boxed eaves have b-ackets and ve-y-wide f-ieze.with seve-al bands of ho-izontal molding. f-ont pe ented gable d&@ ng 43. History and Significance / "I-ht end chimney. sides of-House a-e cove"ea wltn.lVy. Ft.-st owne- was Susan E Gill who bought lot in 1.901. sold to Ge-t-ude Bense Blak in 1913 and was in Black fanily until p"esent owne- bought In 1952. Hous has ve-y fine Geo-glan details. po-ch and f-leze a-e most n6ticable, many b"ackets seem like dentils. oval window in cente- 2nd floo- Is excellent. Supe-b lor-ation along Pe--y with view of Lake and Lake E-ie Islands. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings . .All homes-along Pe-"y are set back about 1001, have la-ge lawns and many t"ees q, Excellent views-of wate-f"ont. Fe-y is busiest st-eet in PC with much t-affic Deep setbac s dec-ease impact of noise. Many large olde- homes along EA__ W 14 In town. Y. ithin 2 blocks a-P sorrp of best 7 8 19 D S 0 A a 0 r te I c e n h s it 9 0 I e 0 Co t k2n a 0 ig 21 r Ina Re 22 Present 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by M-s. Madeleine F"ede-icl Tom Butchko Gou-t House-Deed and plat book in neco-de-s Office 47. Organization OHF0 48, Date 149. Revision Date(s) 10-77 161) Ohio Historic Preservation office 74 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 07-r-y9-10 T-ue Mansion 2. County OTrAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives PHPO 6. ,Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 D 29. B'ase'me'nt? Yes E 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 H 504 Pe--y. at Fulton sta-ted 1903, finished 1.906 30. Foundation Material tr-, 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design ashla" stone Sou"ce Called Pont-.,Clinton it F-ench Colonial 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North A@rrow 19. Architect or Engineer ashla@- stone 132. Roof Type & Material IQ 20. Contractor or Builder steep hip-caly tile 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 5 Side 3 WWI @Iwl r.les IdenCe 34. Wall Treatment J . . ....................................... ashla- stone 22. Present Use Y-E 3 Apartments 35. Plan Shape squa"e g. P-t tr* 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Private (Explain Altered NX 9. Coordinates Cn .24. Owner's Name & Address, In #42) Moved 0 H , Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition 0 U.T.M. Reference Olive- r--ue Estate Interilor good @4 Doug Meye-, atto-ney Exterior good III @ 13131816100 1 F41519171 J31ol Po,t c i i nt-. , ri Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes Z 10- Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No M Underway? No C] Building]Q Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 11.OnNational YesD 12. Is It Yes 0 Ottawa Go Histo-ical Soclet By What? No Register? NoX1 Eligible? No 0 27.. Other Surveys in 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District 40. Visible from Yes 19 Hist. Dist.? No 1:1 Potent'l? No 0 Westfacade Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District (Fulton St 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-8o/4o f-100/225 42 Fulher,Description of Im ortant Features 8-=divided into @ apa-tments; 2 upt I down. @a-ge left f-ont two-sto-y po,tico of la-ge Ionic columns. windows a"e I/I., some with leaded glass uppe- panes. cut stone lintels and lug sills. ent-ance has leaded glass side and-t-ansom lights and flanking engaged Ionic columns suppo-ting entablatu-e, West fpcade has small cent-al E o-tico.of-Tuscan columns. flanking 2 sto"y bays spindle ba st-ndeq nbn=v ays and 12n_tinn_ 'West facade in cut stonR. excellent do-m on ve Op. History and Significance /la-ge boxed eaves-co"pice has dentllgdlf-lezee nlg-pch. /,f-ont gable has Palladian window w t a-ge s o FI-st owne- was 7 Geo-ge A. T-ue. All the land f-om Fulton east fo- about 6 blocks and South tt ail-oad was his fa"m. p"evious house was 520 Pe--y. This land became seve-a d If Wentuadli@ ions to PG ue .s we-e/a-e a p-ominent family. House has exce er a-c tee -a etails. po"*tf-co, -oof-all unusual fo- P(,. A S-and hnmp. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings /House has 23 -ooms and is fo- salq. Ve-y la"ge lot --uns south to alley. F-ont ove-looks Lake E-le and the Islands especially Put-ih-Bay. Homes along Pe--y all have la-ge f-ont ya-ds. Many olde- homes In a"ea. Pe"ry h as much t-affic, Fulton is mode-ate. @Q Ity 7 S 8 19* 20- 21. 22. Yes .45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by 7z) Geo-ge 0. T-ue, J-.-g-andson of Geo-ge A. 'r-ue 'Tom Butchko 47. Organization OHPO 48* Date 14 ,,, 149. Revision Date(s) 16e) Ohio Historic Preservation Office 7 5) Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, OhiD'43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) Z 2. County Frank Reinheimer Residence -A P OI!I!AWA 5. Other Name(s) C> 3. Location of Negatives old Lassiter House' L? 0 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories C@ 0 29. Basement? Yes1Q H on f-@ 0 323 E- Second. @ Washington 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 1885 30. Found-atlon Material 7. City or Town It Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design stone Port Clinton Second Empire 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer br I ck 32. Roof Type & Material 3 20. Contractor or Builder Mansard-metal tile 133.. No. of Bays 4b 21. Original Use, It apparent Front .3 Side 3 Ilesidence 34. Wall Treatm'ent 22. Present Use br I ck T Residence 135. Plan Shape' Z 23. Ownership 0 041 Fa Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 rxj 3 9. Coordinates Private ta (Explain Altered 0 " In #42) Moved 0 2@ 4! 24. Ownees Name & Address, Lat. Long. It known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Frank M. Reinhei Interior mer _ 1117111 18 14151011 _@519171 211 0 223 E. Second PC Exterior @ood Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 13 38. Preservation Yes 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No IR Underway? No 0 M Bullding,V Object IJ CA 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 9. Endangered? Yes 0 By What? No CIE t:@ 11I.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes nttswa Co FS 8egister9 No)O Eligible? No -1 Other Surveys in Wh 0 Yes -M 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Hist. Dist.? N o,-0 r 0. Visible from Yes EX M Potent'l? No 3 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 11. Distance from and Frontage on Road --d-6o/4o f -100/100 42. Further Description of Important Features 0 large porch has ornate brackets, turned posts and unusual L-C -ailing. windows are 1/1 in pairs with decorative stone labels. have continuous sill. and stone band just under I i T., lintels. large heavy roof co-nice/eaves have brackets and En 3 dentils. front right three story tower with pyramidal truncated roof with cresting. rear porch Is similar to front. -ight side bay window has excellent flag and emble: 43. History and Significance/ deraiI. r5eautnul staMned glass on poruh W.I.XiLLOVis Ist owner was W.H. Rohvt. While the p-esent courthouse (1899) was being built c-' this house was used ds the courthouse. The House Is a very good example of Its style with superbly detailed tower and porch. The windows and inset details are ;f excellent quality. One of the fine'r houses in town. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings N PLesidential area ' only I block f-om churches and city hall and 3 f-om downtown and courthouse, Both Second and Washington are still brick paved, Many other oldgr homas nenrhy. 14212.9 large trees jn ys"d-q qnrl jai.nng VJNeo0 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Lynette Reinheime-, husband Frank is an attorney. Tom Butchko Date is on building. 47. 'Urganizatlon 0 kAw 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) in -7-7 1 -1 76 1 6f) Ohio Histaric Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY C0.1urnbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Grace Wittman Residence OTTAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Old Clemons Place 0W111_0 Or 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Categorb. 28. No. of Stories 2 0 29. Basement? Yes M D.- -_ @-i C East 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 > F 30. Foundation Material :E: 324 Second, at Washington C188-7 7. City or Town if Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design stone Port Clinton S h I n Rl e Of) EvI A-,,y pirmx 19. Architect or Engineer f rame 8. Site Plan with ND11b Arrow LJ 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder gable-metal shingle L __1@33, l4o. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 2 Residence 34. Wall Treatment :c 22. Present Use shingle-weathe-boa- -2 Residence 35. Plan Shape Greek C-os 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 1-1 Private M (Explain Altered 11 "'d 9. Coordinates In #42) Moved 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, Lat. Long. It known 37. Condition I ? U.T.M. Reference Grace Wittman Interior - 324 E. Second Exterior FXCellpnt. M EE I J 18 141 -31 d 14 4417111 @O I CD Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes @_4 Public? No M Underway? Not 0 10. Site 0 Structure 0 M BuildincoO Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes Z Ottawa Co Histo-ical Soc By What? No-fl, r 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Register? NoXX Eligible? NoO 27. Other surveys in V@ 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes M 40. Visible from Yes)b 'Hist. Dist.? No Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? NoO 41. Distance from and 15. Name of Established District Frontage on Road d-30/30 f-80/80 42. Further Description of Important Features 0 t_1 C 91V Small front left:-, porch has turned posts and heavy side W . 1. 10 7 sc-olls. several cut away co-ne-s an house, all with la-gel Z b-axtets/so-olls. ba"geboa-ds a-e la-ge and molded. 83 windows va,,-Y,a-e 1/1, in pairs on 2nd floor, some with colored surrounding squares and ornate wood t-irA. notche 0*; d Z@ weathe-boa-d/shingles between floo"s. 2nd floor windows have -1 do-mers. all "Oof gables have gingerb-ead trim at .2 43. History and Significance/top and la-ge scrolls. -oof have metal cresting and finials. above foundation and below windows lit a small wainscoting. ornate interior chimney. First owner was N.A. Clemons. This is an excellent house with superb details. Seems much like one right out of a style book. -This is the finest Shingle in town and one-of best 5 of all homes. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Ac-oss st-eet.a-e several of the fine- homes, Including the neinheimmer Place ,cIS85- Second ls b-ldk surfaced and still ha-s sandstone slab sidewalks. T-e s long street. Much t-affic, to south 16 funeral home. if @t@WA 0 3M 00 4YNe > Yes:gZ 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Tom Butchko Owner 47. Organization ,.Ou-t House-Deed and plat book in necorde-s office 48-, Date 49. Revision Date(s) _L 0g) Unio Histudc Preservation office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present N;me(s) 2. County orrAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives OHFO Fo-me- A-chle King 1"llesidence Kelly House '6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 128. No. of Stories 0 D 29. Basement? 17. Date(s) or Period 402 E. Second, at Washingt C1900 30. Foundation'Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 16. Style or Deslyn a stone Po-t,Clinton Class C Revival 31. Wall Construction 8 it P with N rth Ar@ow 19. Architect or Engineer b-ick Sitq@.p 20. Contractor or Builder belleast hTlPshing s 'd 33. No. of Bays :z Front Q 21. Original 'Use, If apparent 3 Side 3 Residence.. 134. Wall Treatment 22. 'Ar'e s e n t -U' s e b-Ick Apartments 35. Plan Shape i--eg-sq 6eT&ez_!E0L FJIQJ 23. Ownership PUMIC 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Privateya (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Do-othea Ma-shall King Interior ? E2 13 13181 1A _@O 1 1415191-71 0101 204 Mon-oe PC Exterior good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to yes 0 38. Preservation Yes im 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? Noxx Underway? No 0 Building:M Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? yei-- By What? 1I.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes M ottawa.....Go His.to-ical Societ No Register? No Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in 13. Part of- Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes in Hist. Dist.? NoM Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-30/30 f7100/80 42. Further Description of Important Features F-ont porch w-aps on both st-eet.facades, has@double.Tluscal 0 W columns on ashla- stone pedestals, wooden -ailing. la-ge .f-ont and side bay windows with 1/1 windows. windows have cut stone lug sills and lintels with continuous bands of stone at sills and unde" lintels. la-ge elongated sc-olls :4 C" unde--bay windows. b-ackets on bay co-nices. 2nd stc-y W, sc-,eened po-ch on " ighto. hipped do-me- has bayed f-ont a Ing e sides. on east fac,, - -.qir@? d i-de isz saua-e bay window withh, coln-P 0-1 q _q,-- 43. History and Significance/bay Has imbicated wooden shingles at bottom. House has supe-b details, especially on po-ch ans east bay. Built fo- VIM. Kelly who was State Tilepresentative 1895-97, Kelly family was ve-y p-ominent In PC and Ottawa Co. House is of excellent dist-ict potential as many of the 0 finest homes in town a-e within I block; 2 of best EL-e ac-oss st-eet & co-ne.", C@ ca 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings l:XJ lZesidential area of olde- homes; the ones at N14 and SW co-ne-s of 2nd and Was a-e.excellent'a-chitectu-al specimens. Both Wash. and 2nd a-e paved with b"ic .Scm? saAdstone aidewalk slabs a-e still in neighbo-hood. Many t-ees, silve- .Map es along st-6et, Mode-ate to heavy t-affic on 2nd. li&li -1r)n 'V!ash1nStr)n 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Cwne,- Trom X@ut chko (_ou-t House-Deed and plat book In .1-leco-de-s office 4 7. 8y _P Ization -Atlas of Ottawa County, Goodman, L.L.D,, Po-t Clinton, 48. Date 49. Revision Date(i) C: 1900, pictu-e of-TTo-use 10-771 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co-lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(3) - Richard Cha pman nesidence 2. County ,5. Other Name(s) OPTAWA 3. Location of Negatives 6. Specific Location egory 28. No. of Stories 2 C 29. Basement? Yes ID 426 E. Second s) or Period No 0 cement bl 1893-1903 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity a or Design ock Port Clinton Shingle 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer f-ame 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder gable-asPh shingle U3 10 D-0 ti C7 @? ... It 33. No. of Ba 9 M 1D 21. Original Use, If apparent Front Side 3 11 ri :Z Residence 034. Wall Treatment 12 :t 22. Present Use weathe-board-shingll Residence VM -P5FPR,< V1,A115F IV 3 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Additio-n 9. Coordinates Private IX (Explain Altered 24. Owner's Name & Address, In #42) Moved tp. Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Richard Chapman Interior fal- F1 1-7111 J $5171 @ I q @9171 11 l 426 E. Second Exterior F: n CICI @0 Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to yes 0 38. Preservation Yes X1 C4 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No Underway? No 0 co Building Object D Gk 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 tj 11. On National 12. Is It Yes X3 Ottawa Lo Histo-ical Boo By What? Nof Yes 0 negister? NoD Eligible? No.0 27. Other Surveys in W 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District- Yes JD Potent'l? No 0 40. Visible from Yes 3:1 Hist. Dist.? No 13C Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road Al d-30 f -50 42. Furthex Description of Important Features Front porch has rounded left corner with simple square posts. small false po-ch on f-ont right 2nd floo-. windo-s a-e 1/14* some with su--ounding small squa-e panes on uppe- sash. simple details on ba-geboa-ds. seve-al types of shingles on gables. gables also have small windows with ginge-b,-ead details. bay@.windows on sides with la-ge and heavy sc-olls. bottom of bays a-e paneled. p-oJecting eavws 43. History and Significance /with sloping soffits. FI-st owner was Anna Yo-k, lot bought In 1893 and sold in 3.903. House has 'good details, this.is one of few in town that have mo-e than two different types of shingles. Of definite dist-ict Impo-tance. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings nesidential area of simila- size and age homes. Second has much t-affic as it Is a maJor route to downtown. Silver Maple street trees. Ca-iage House/gd-age in -ea-, simple gabled f-ame with cu.pola 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by 16. Thematic Cat 17. Date( 18 'Styl CDM JD f6 Court House-Deed and plat book in Recorde-s office I Tom Butchko 47. Organization 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 16i) Ohio Histoeic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Dr. Loeffler Residence OUAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 128. No. of Stories 21 D 29. Basement? Yes M 1 . Date(s) or Period No 0 521 East Second 19o4 30. Foundation Material 7. C qf-. PO r@ty C ilonwB on If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Queen Anne modified 131. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with.Norih Arrow_ 19. Architect or Engineer stone and frame 4 @ =:- -Z :L- - -= 132. Roof Type & Material N20. Contractor or Builder belleast gable T,1 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent .Front 3 Side 2 L PPqj!dPncP @' 134. Wall Treatment WRTde X 22. Present Use stone and s ng?e Residence 35. Plan Shapesquare-1--e 10 23. Owneirshlp Public 0 36. CFanges Addition M 9. Coordinates PrivateX3 (Explain Altered M 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Richard 2enn Just bought Interior good Port Clinton I 1@ 113 1318167 101 F4151-91 @2 101 Exteri - Cl) Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes M Structure 0 cc Underway? 10. Site 0 Public? No 13C No 0 Building ]a ObJect 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes 9 Ottawa Co Rist Soc By What? NdCO Lxj Registe r? No 29 Eligible? No 0 27., Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes IN 40. Visible from Yes Hist. Dist.? . No X) Potent'l? N0.0 Public Road? No 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-6o f-ioo 4g. Further Description of Important Features "11@ 3 - rear addition. right of wrap around po-ch has been enclosed with shintlesiding. porch cu-ves around -ight . W A tZ- has Ionic columns with turned spindle -ailing. Ist floor Is stone, 2nd is frame with decorative shingling. several bay windows. front "Ight window has cu-ved pane with beveled top tall roof with 3 windows in front gable. V right side do-me-, po-ch on second floo--small 43. History and Significance First owner was M". Winnie, who was mayo- and a publisher, House was -emodeled to a great deg-ee in 1924. Loefflers a-e only the 3-d owne-s. Ther Is an identical house on Wayne Street in Sandusky that this was copied after. This is a handsome house, some modifications, but with good details --- nice. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Residential area of similar aged homes. This block was originally with the olive" True House, co-ner of Perry and Fulton. Many trees in a-ea and along .qtrp-p-t. Second street has much traffic. 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Mrs Loeffler Tom Butchko K@k 47. Organization n -@k -P0 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) kD --17 ou 16j, Ohio Historic Preserv2tion'Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Otto Heineman Residence orrAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives OHPO J. Car-othe-s House 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories D 29. Basement? Yes 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 613 E. Serorid. 19o4 VC 30. Foundation Material 7. City. or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design stone Po-t Clinton A444, rP U T6 14 4AS 8. Site-M@n 19. Architect or Engineer 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder hip-slate 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 3 Side 3 0 tZ % @j Residence 34. Wall Treatment b-ick 22. Present Use C Fiesidence 35. Plan Shape eg sq 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition E3 9. Coordinates PrivateXX (Explain Altered 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. If known 13: - 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Ot@to Heineman interior good 1117 113 1318101. lol F4 1-5 F91 @2 12 101 613 E. Second Exterior good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Prese;7ation Yes N ca 10. Site 0 Public? No)ff Underway? No 0 Structure 0 Building M Oblect 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes [Z C)ttawa Co Histo-ical Societ ' By What? No 12 C_- Register? No C9 Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys In r_j 13. Part of.Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes [2: south 40. Visible from Yes 2 Hist. Dist.? No M Potent'[? No 0 west Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District co"ne" 41. Distance from and F o tage on Road d '90 f-150 42. Further Description of Important Features 36-3 ca- olde- ga-age in yea-', divided into 4 apa-tments. C-4 La-ge sc-eened f-Ont po-ch w-aps a-ound to*-Ight, has b-ick pilla-s with te"-a cotta capitals and details. po"ch f-ieze is dentiled. f"ont co-ne-s a-e angled with p-o- jecting bays-give the appea-ance of being octagonal-with 0. battlemented tops. -oof gables a-e stepped, la-ge b-ick Cr end chimney on west. windows a-e 1/1. with ashla- stone li ls and lug sil :37 (D 43. History and Signif icance @s im I la- v-iat e - t able eaves a-e:- pa"ape I f"ont co"ne- bays Is small 2nd sto-y balcony with cu-ved -ai Fi-st owne- was a.M-. J. Ca--othe-s. Heineman has lived he-e fo- yea-s. 0 House is the only one of its style In Po"t Clinton; has excellent details. S= I CD loof and co-ne- p"ojections a-e the majo- featu-es. te--a cotta deta ls and t-im on po-ch pilla-s a-e ve"y I good. la-ge,well-maintained ya-d and ga-den. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings ::esidential neighborhood-this is the la-gest house fo--Sev.e-al blocks. ylost a-e 01900-.1915-, Second has mode-ate to heavy t-affic, light on nea-by j,incoln. Many t-ee i@@M"sTapA?s Tlon th? eh-ettgt.An a-ea of nice 45. Sources of Information RAH8A e s s He 0 e e _0 es 00 4YN 46. Prepared b Otto Heineman Tom Butahko 47. Organization OHPO 48. Date 149. Revision Date(s) 10-77 ibk! Ohio Historic Preservation office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(3) 2. County QTPAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives OHPO B. Wilson House 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 0! C 29. Basement? Yes @-J C 17. Date(s) or Period No 114 Washington 1890-95 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design stone m 31. Wall Construction Zlo:.-, t Cl Int on St'iblified St ick.- - - f-ame 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder hir 33. No. of _BaY3 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 2 Side 3 W8 T3 nesidence 34. Wall Treatment weathe-boa-d 22. Present Use Two Apartments 35. Plan Shape i--eg-sq 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition M Private 0 (Explain Altered J@ 9. Coordinates In #42) Moved 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference u-ence Ca-pente- Interior- ? @w E. Pe--.y Pc Exterior good 171 b b 18 14 141014 15 19 1 ? I "d 81A Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 38. Preservation Yes C2C 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No Underway? No 0 Building [X Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11.OnNatlonal YesO 12. Is It Yec Ottawa Co filsto-ical Socle t@ By What? No EX Register? No IX Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys In Which Included 13. Part of' Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes CK 40. Visible from Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? No 9 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road -35 f -60 42. Further Description of Important Features W 36-exte-io- stai-s added in "ea"o po-ch posts -eplaced wwitt new w-ought i-on. Windows a-e 1/1, some have 4"panes su--ounding la-ge- uppe, pane. f-ont has squa-e bay. top gables have deco-ative wooden patte-n-like b-anches of a 'V---ee. small low shed AS 0. do-me- at top of -oof. p-ojecting eaves with sloping soffitse wl 0 43. History and Significance C@ F-Ist owne- was B.B. Wilson, in f-ont of house is section of g-anite with the name Wilson chisled in-eithe- ca--iage step if cu-b. House has nice details, but some modifications. molding st-ingcou"se between floo-sAs qttite good. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings ,nesidential of olde- homes, many of the fine- and most significant st-uctu,"es in PC.a-e within.,2 blocks. Washington Is b-ick paved, as is 2nd. Little t-affic on Wash. but much on nea"by Pe"-y. Many la-ge t-ees. Excellent a 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Tom Butchko M-s. Lau-ence Ca-pente- 47. Organization Cou-t House-Deed and plat book in .-,ecorde-s office CHPO 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 10-77 1 17 OL TOLEDO BLADE APRIL 3, 1980 e 'v" 'e'. d'.. Tih Goose Welcomed Home, With- MoisfEyes, L&MP-Filled Th ro-a t A minute later, pilot Dave Martin hours - lat'er, but-he did not care. He had 66wds ,Witness F d a pe reco er . li ed the flying legend to a smooth ti' rd on the zlinway "to catch. Re rn To landing, 2 years, 9 mdnths, and I day the engines" and two cameras clickin- C@qft "i - fu V. after a crash that nearly everyone _, Later, he would pose@.v!ith the airline P6r''t C-Ah t6 h, Islond thought would mean the grave for. the'president and prime'moxer behind the 5 -year-old craft- 2 Trimotor's restotation; DaOe HaWrman. @Y'b I EV E.-POLLICK - It seemed fittin" that Mr-.'Maftin, Pi-- Mr. Ashton would be hol 9 . ding a two ..made R!9W""U___ -.lot on. that. nearly'. fata.] day in July, thirds finished balsi,iii6del'bf the plane@ 7. PORT -CLENTON,_..'O.-- Wednesday 1977, would this day .bring her in alone - some'250 hour-S of tedi m um; odelthat, was a da - fWi@laii@ qizand lumps in from Hillsdale- Mich:, where the home- y - I will have a six-foot, wingspan and d47': throats at Carl Keller Field here. The -coming from Xalamazoo stopped short talled interjor,' right down to "working @beloved Foz@' Trimotor, the airplane Tuesday because -of fog. control sticks.'It will .be .the last and @redlted 'with'. r@volution=- g 'the aii- This time, however, electri6-boosters iransport' industry 'And since 1936'. the" on the fuel'pumps would assure that fuel- largest of 12 su 'ch models:. hallmark of the Lake Erie islands area', stirvation, the diagnosed Achilles' heel, ' "I was really cracking to'get it done,7.:. was home.@ he said, adding that hie will not need'to ..would not r.ecdr,..'_... ls@ The'tingainly lookine aircraft fam@il- mkke more mode now. that the real Limp To Be Reminder Of Crash -, - " .. ! . _. , , - 1@@ - iar as the Tin Goose, ducked down out of thing is back. the haze and buzzed the field at 50 feet Like a dream," Mr. Martin said as he Mr. Haberman and ki. ' Maftin stood' 'at 2:58 p.m., its three Wright Whirlwind stepped out. No nightmares, be said, de- next to the door of the plane, minutes engines growling in nnison,-as if it had spite a limp from a hip injury in the aftei the engines werie killed, sharing never-been away. crash, a reminder that he wW carry for foam cups of champagne. Mr. life. "The closer we got to home, the Raberma was glassy-eyed, unable to faster she wanted to go," he said, swear- speakmomenLarUy.. _ ' . -. I ing he never touched the Uirottles and. Were there lumps in the throat today, noting a top speed of 98 mph in a head- bave? "Yeah." he s@dd quietly. and after wind. About 50 area residents turne@ up 013 a pause and a nod, there was another .lye short notice to cheer and clap- as the ak" Goose taxied to the Island Airlines of- Even this writer, supposedly an objec- fices and hangars. One mother, tive newspaper reporter, could'not fight shepherding a covey of children, said off a -lump "or two as the Goose landed, she bad heard on a police scanner that remembering his first airplane- ride, in the Tin Goose was con-Ling. So she, like an Island Airlines Trimotor. 1 many others, rushed to the field to be From 'Workhorse To Show Horse among the witnesses to the return. Then, half a lifetime ago, the plane . Later, it would seem. that half of South Bass Island would turn out at the was a. orkborse,' carrying everything from mad to wine, funeral caskets. to, sound of th'e familiar engines,_as Harold '. . I Hauck tooled the Trfrnotor dver to the foodst-affs,.and passenger@..-The repofter., island-for i homecoming bop there. Mr. rem hers riding on a pop crate, -sand-@-' Hauck now manager at the South -Bass - wi6ed between two mail sacks near the field, logged 29 years in the Trimotor's tail and a cracked.window that let in a pilot seat, 12,000 hours plus more splash of water -as the C26M skimmed .a than any other man. puddle landing at South Bass Island. 'I "Isn't that - beautiful?" The words No more f6r:-Ae._ workhorse days, were the only ones that truck driver Jim though. The Trimotor henceforth will be, Ashton could manage, as he stood at the must be, - a show 'horse: too rare, too very edge of the runwa'y as the. Goose valuable for "milk runs." set its wings and coasted in just a few Mr. Haberm .an figures, conservative- feet over his headL ly,. that' the' airiine's' flagship is worth Mr. Ashton, an area native, drove his $750,000, if he were to sell it, which he, rig all the way from Syracuse, N.Y.,- vows hei@in noL _: ;. overnight and with only Uiree hours' During its reconstitution, in which sleep turned up at the, field.. more than 80 per cent of the plane was Uses Tape Recorder, Two Cameras rebuilt, the tenta .clesof f6deral bureauic- racy t He wai due back on the road thml -reached out '"d snagged .the Trimotor. She can .parry'10-plus passen- gers -,.13 plus 2 crew to be exact - so she must be upgraded if she is to- fly a regala,r f gr . .......... WW@ NA", MIA 01 -MODELS. DWARFED,BY REAL THING, AS TRIMOTOR COMES a a tw_rktoMr.`HA"- n Mr.,Ashto left, s otes not-so-mini"ture h'ndi erma' upgraMEI@w4idd include t6o,060 worth of weather-. radar, three airline tr rt-rated p 'ilots, specW-though un- needed, mechanicij'_-;@ an special ins . , " @., -.0 pec-, tofs on the airline',staff. All."to suit the bureaucrats.. W. Haberman said'he could fight for, and probably get, a waiver-6n the plane. But that would take time thit he has not got. - ,$26,806 A Year For Insurance. . --The restoration cost $300,000-plus, more.than double'tlie original estimate. Insurance now runs, $26,800 a year, be- cause,of the plane's near. Unliqucues&j .1111hat's pretty steep, before you even turn the prop'@ '-A_X.is the - oldeit,. Trimot6r still flying, ser.W number 38, the only model 4-AT. stil'lIon the wing.' A- 'pair of later, bigger' 5-ATs still-- fly- .-'sightseers out' of Las@ Vegas., Only 198 were made from 1926 to 193.3, -'and only handful T@main, mostl in museums. ,-.'somehow", we'll live with the over- head," Mr..Haberinan-sild, adding that' -he. made the rebuilding decision unilat-' erally, an hour after the. 1977 crash. soon asweather pe@mits, and the .willing customers- appear; they will be able to fly the leg@@djor'$10 i ri4e, Mr. Haberman said. N@'.xt winter, he will take the Trimotor- to Florida, to an airi. field' near Disney World,.- and fly p .ay hop's over that southern fantasy land. a tor; Island Airlines his s@cond Trimo still in: pleces- fro m@_"a 1972. crash. M@ n ..c Haberma hates,, to.' lose the lid on its coffin and hopes that somehow, some wa it, too, ma fl a ain. 18 83 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY CoJurnbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 0 4. Present Name(s) Z 2. County Fort Sandoski Monument P Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC, BGSU 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic ategory 28. No. of Stories 29. Basement? Yes 0 0 0 South end of Fulton St. 17. Date(s) or Period N40 0 1745-1748.p 1750-1751, 1912 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Concrete slab Portage Twp., 1 miie south of Monument 31. Wall Coqstructlon 8. Site Plan with North Arrow Pon =LLILULL 19. Architect or Engineer Rubble:stone 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent Front Side M Monument 34. Wall Treatment 0 IL 22. Present Use Monument 35. Plan Shape p;Zram Z En W -5,41U OU6 i< e 1S)t Ir 23. Ownership Public ER 36. Changes Addition 0 01 3 0 9, Private 0 (Explain Altered 0 CL 9. Coordinates in #42) Moved 0 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, M pql Lat. Long. if known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Interior 1eJC>J 141.!@19141315?16 State of Ohio Exterior Good 0 1117113 13 18 161. ;:J Easting Northin 25. Open to Yes ER 38. Preservation 0 Zone 9 Yes M 5 Public? (D 10. Site CX Stru No 0 Underway? No 0 :1 Building 0 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11.0nNational YesO 12. Is It Yes ;C Ottawa County Historical Societ By What? No 6 Register9 No M., Eligible? No :1 27..-Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of' Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes G9 Hist. Dist.? No ER Potent'l? No 3 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 101/ 42. Further Description of Important Features The monument is 10' high and is a 51 square at the base. It is 0 constructed of split boulders from the Marblehead stone quarries. Bronze plaques are set into all four faces of the monument. Z AL 43. History and Significance The Fort. Sandoski monument was unvellea in 191Z o ma possible the site of old Fort Sandoski. The first fort was built in 1745 by British traders under the protection of the Huron Chief, Nicolas, and was the first built in Ohio by white men. This fort was destroyed in 1748 and was succeeded by two other Fort In 0 Sandoskies, (1750-1751) and (1761-1763), although the later was probably built on the 0 rt tppncit-p q'hnrp nf Sanchisky Bay. The monument also marks the southern terminus of a (over) 44. Cte@criptlon of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a rural/residential area on the north shore of Sandusky Bay and guarded by a CL wood fence and a high hedge. 0 45. Sources of Information F4 y cture 0 1 1 k r Observation, Maumee Vall Toledo and the Sandusky Regio Vol. 1, 46. Prepared by rt 0 .Toledo Blade, November 6, 1911 Kyle Johannsen 0 47. Organization En CAC70DOE rt 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) Sprin 181 43. (Continued) section of the Sandusky-Scioto Trail known as the De Lery Portage. Three plaques describe various expeditions which made use of the portage; (1) the French expedition of 1754 which included an engineer named Chevalier Joseph Gaspard Chaussegres De Lery after whom the portage was named, (2).the British expedition of 1760 which followed the French defeat in the French and Indian War and (3) the American expedition of 1813 during which.General William Henry Harrison's troops constructed a fence across the portage and allowed their horses to roam free on the peninsula to the east while Harrison pursued his campaign against the British and Indians in Canada. (See also Harrison-Perry Embarkment Monument form.) Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) Z 2. County Orlo Mapes Residence Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Boschen Farmstead 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 C, B 29. Basement? Yes IR rT 0 rt 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 w 2856 East Harbor Rd. 1881 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Rock faced ashlar Portage Twp., 2.5 miles east of Italianate 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North. Arrow ForL %,111"On 19. Architect or Engineer Wood Fralne 32. Roof Type & Material 4 9,Q80@1 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/Asphalt shingle ---- w1ST -10 vjw 33. No. of Bays .21. Original Use, If apparent Front 3 Side 3 Farmhouse 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use Bevelled siding w. end dso' Residence 35. Plan Shape Cross Z Public 0 36. Changes N 23. Ownership Addition 0 3 URI " CD 9. Coordinal Private JP (Explain Altered 0 F 24. Owner's Name & Address, #42) Moved 0 0 Lat. if known Orlo Mapes 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference 2856 E. Harbor Rd. Interior Good 1/ 17 11.314 14 16915101 14 1--519 10 I@Z ILI 101 Port Clinton, OH Exterior Excellent ca A Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes M (D Public? No IR Underway? co 10. Site0 Stru No 0 H. Building 0 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 m 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes 0 Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No 91 Register? No R9 Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes f@ Hist. Dist.? No 91 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and VU rontage on Road 42. Further Description of Important Features A wide panelled frieze follows below the heavy cornice, which is 0 0 supported by scroll brackets and returns under the four gables. 2; CD Two story bay windows project from the north and west walls. Z Windows are mostly double hung and are treated with straight hood- molds. Other notable features include a wood water table, a rear cellar entrance, and a date and name stone in the foundation. ri) Porches have been removed from the north face; although one (over) r-r 43. History and Significance CD 03 la. This farmstead has been continuously owned by the same family and dates back to 1825. The current residence is the third to stand on the property and, is one of the finest Italianate structures in the area. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings 00 Located in a rural area. Outbuildings include a modern concrete block garage and a board @_n ON and batten barn with a wood shingled roof and roof gablets. Both the barn and the shed M go. 042) date from the 1860's. ED, rT 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by 7t u =0 Observation, Mrs. Orlo Mapes, Auditor's Records Kyle Johannsen 47. Organization V 0 CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Dadte(s) PC 3 81 !14 42. has been partially replaced, and a small first floor entry on the west face appears to be an addition. A two-story, board and batten shed attached to the back of the residence is reported to ante-date the residence. 20) Ohio Historic Preservation Office 85 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) OTT- (9 2 R - I I Z 2. County Catawba Island Club Bathhouse Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC Beach Club Bathhouse 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories N D 29. Basement? Yes 0 C, 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 25 Beach Club Rd. c. 1928 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Styl@ or De@ign Concrete 0 Catawba Island Twp. Spanish Mission 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with Nort Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Tile Harry J. Wachter 32. Roof T e & Material Pr Y, 20. Contractor or Builder Gable?Clay Tile 33. No. of Bays 4N 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 7 Side 16 cl"@%o e- I (D Bathhouse 34. Wall Treatment P 22. Present Use Stucco -%- rt LQ Storage 35. Plan Shape Rectangular 0) 9- 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition Ck ID 3 Private IS (Explain Altered 0 A 9. Coordinates H 2 in #42) Moved 0 W 24. Owner's Name & Address, F- Lat. Long. if known Catawba Island Club 37. Condition 0 Fair U.T.M. Reference Box C Interior F/ 1711314 1 S1 410101 1414,1013 14 114 1 o I Port Clinton, OH Exterior Good 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Zone Easting Northing Yes (aR (71 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 5d Underway?- No 0 W Building Ja Object 0 co 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 rr 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes 2F Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No M :1" 27. Other Surveys in Which Included Register? No Ed Eligible? No 0 0 13. Part of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes Off Hist. Dist.? Noo Potent'l? No Ck Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 42. Furt,@;@-bescription of Important @@atures An ivy covered shaped gable highlightE P the main entry which also features scrolled columns with ornate C capitals. The front door itself is highlighted by sidelights and gLass block. Natural limestone corner quoins emphasize the building s corners. Square brick ornamental arches flanked1byround brick orna- 0 9 mental arches and topped by a fanlight are found beneath the north r- -74 and south side gables. Windows are clerestory, and are treated with plain lug sills. A room has been added on the south ancl the (over) 43. History and Significance This bathhouse along with the CIC clubhouse was designed by the noted Zr :31 Toledo architect Harry J. Wachter. The bathhouse is a good example of a resort style of 0 r: architecture more common in the South and West. The Catawba Island Club@.'was founded by D) J. H. Bellows as the Catawba Cliffs Beach Club. See also Catawba Cliffs village form and M t7- Catawba Island Club Clubhouse form. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located on the grounds ot a private club along Me sour-n shore of Lake Erie. Other club buildings found nearby are the clubhouse (c. 1928),@the golf pro shop and the gatehouse. 0 45. Sources of information Observation; Mrs. T&T-Nissen; Architect's Drawing 46. Prepared by CIC Maintenance Shed;,Auditor's Records; J. H. Bellows Catawba Cliffs Kyle Johannsen brochure 47. Organization CAC 48. Date 9. Revision Date(s) 9, 81 42. tile roof has been painted white. 1--L 'AMF ou A, - Catawba Cliffs _iTU @iBE R@ 8. SIGNIFICANCE and HISTORY: The Catawba CLiffs :t 0 was an exclusive summer resort colony for the well La COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP: to-do of northwestern Ohio and beyond, which con- Ottawa - Catawba Island tains homes representative of a wide range of LOCATION OF NEGATIVES: CAC architectural styles popular.in the 1920's and VILLAGE NA@E: Catawba Cliffs 1930'.s. SPECIFIC LOCATION: The Catawba Clif f s -residential park f ollows R. 17E./T. 71S. 12 Catawba along the northwest 'point of the Cata -wba Peninsula Firelands - Northwest point- Peninsula and sits above the waters of Lake Erie on limestone cliffs which at some points are-as high as 80' DESCRIFrION: Catawba Cliffa.is a private, abovb the-lake, orie of the highest spots,..on Lake residential park located along the-rugged" Erie's southern shore. In earlier times, the cliff-, northwest cliffs of Catawba Island. There. were inhabited by Indians*of the Erie-nation. An is no predominant'style of architecture. The Indian burial mound and grinding -rock are still older homes date from t%e early 1920's while found on Sugar Rock, south of the c@iffs and a. some of the newer homes were built within village or meeting,site was supposedly located the last two decades. The oldest homes either on Sugar Rock or along the cliffs. Indian are found primarily along the Cliff Road while the more recent construction has taken lore is intertwined with the history of the cliffs place well back.from. the shoreline. For as evidenced by one prominent rock formatio 'n, which resembles a.human face*, known as Nabagon--The - the most part, the homes have not bee In. Watcher .-after the story of an Indian chieftain. substantially altered. In the 1850's A cement company sought to make MAP AND DATE: use of the cliffs'limestone de- USGS Quad Map(Enlarged): Gypsum, 1-0,69. posits and opened operations at the eastern end of the cliffs. The enterprise did not last very 0 -ry and long, but did leave a quai. a still-standing lime kiln As evidence of the industry. 0 During the 1920's, a Toledo rr LAKE ERIE developer named J. H. Bellows PO sought to turn,the cliffs area 4 3 into a summer resort complex. In 2 < dition to the Catawba Cliffs ad area, Bellows' holdings included ID 6 5 Sugar Rock and the clubgrounds of the current Catawba Island Club, which was then the Catawba Cliffs Beach Club (see Catawba 9 7 Island Club clubhouse and bath-, WEY14C- RD. house f ormjs_. Lover.) 9. LIST of INDIVIDUAL FORMS ELIGIBLE FOR NATIONAL REG. Both sides of Cliff Road as it runs-through Catawba Cliffs, V STCW k ff LC06G R D from W. Catawba Rd. to Stone- ar henge*.Rd. C, ATAwBA FA -XSML-AN D SrArE PARK SOURCES: Observation. Maumee Valley, 11. PREPARED BY:' loledo and the Safidus@y Region, Vol. II - Kyle-Johannsen S. Van Tassel. J. H. Bellows Company, 12. ORGANIZATION: ,atawba Cliffs brochure. CAC 13. DATE: 11/81 ATTACH PHOTO PAGE 8. SIGNIFICANCE AND HISTORY: (continued) Bellows owned 209 acres of choice Catawba real estate with 5000 of water frontage and 30,000' of road frontage in his residential park, and in addition to scenic lots for summer homes offered his investors access to bathing, fishing, boating, and golf at his private club. Many influential people from the Toledo area and from as far away as Detroitj Buffalo, Washington DC, and even Florida took advantage of Bellows' offer. Although Bellows soon suffered economic reversals, his club and residential park continued to flourish and even though they are now operated independently from one another, there are still strong ties between the two with many residents of the Cliffs holding memberships at the Catawba Island Club. (LLAGE FORM OHI NO. - LOT OR SECTION NO. 87 NAME DATE OF BUILDING NAmE Catawba Cliffs PREVIOUS OWNER AND COMMENTS PHOTO .2. 1. 3. 4. 2. Catawba.Cliffs Gate- 2. Rachel Van Natta Lime. 2.:Vaughn-.Electric-Hou'se 2.-Catawba ftiffs --Rt.-1995 Catey, Ohio -Arch KJ_ n', 1 3. 3. _728 Monr'oe@ St. Port 4 .t7 -3 0 44,0 5c,2 44.oS(Go 3. 4;* IT '345970 q(o05'i` 5. 1921 Clinton:, 19 2.Z 5. West'Catawba Road'en- 4. 17 346450 4605200_ 6-. Nabagon House'.-Span- 5' 'c. 1921 try. Two limestone 5. c. 1850 ish Mission stucco 6. 'Native limestone pillars with arched 6. Limestone" block'kiln with clay tile roof. arch over old limestone gateways, used ih an early, Low stucco wall, capped well. Two -dement Processing guards front along, wall arches. -,enterprise. Se6 Road.. Across @SqLtion'#8..._ pm@ll bay-from N@Lbagon Rock.'.`- (4567' Cliff. Road) AA 'p, io 71 5. 6. 7. 1. 8. 2. Robert Bumbara House 2. Wi'1liam Syring House 2. John Kummero,House 2. Louis Hild House 3. 4368 Cliff Road ' 3..1818.Parkside.Toledo, 3. 4241 Cliff Road 3. 4221 Cliff Road 4. n .3Aj5-7qb @i4t,'o44 i5o Ohio'?(4300:Cliff Rd.) 4. 11 Z46 e@70 qt@o4 P-;O 4. 1-7 3,4 5:5-@o 5. c. 1920 4. 1-1 .3,4,g ,to j44.c_,,4 q 3 o5. c. 1925. 5. c. 1927 6. Spanish Stucco over 5. c. 192i 6.. Unusual stucco cottagE 6.' Stone*and frame concrete block. Clay 6. Native limestone resi- Huge picture window. bungalow with tile roof. dence and guest house. exposed rafters Both buildings have and a jerkinhead clay" tile roof d. gable. t 77"AMEW" @7 "p, ;7 Iwo LOT OR SECTION NO. 'LUCE FORM OHI NOO NA.ME DATE OF BUILDING NAME Catawba Cliffs PREVIOUS OWNER AND CO?0ENTS PHOTO 1. 9. 1 10. Typical road scene 2. Vern Hakes-House- 2. James'Gorman House 2..David-Eriksen.House.. in the clif@s-. 3. 3954 Cliff Road' 3. 3 1430 River Rd-. :"Toledo 3-.-'4229 Rivet. Rd. Toledo Cliff Road with 3,45aqo z4tz),4,4 -I;a' 4. ri 345,40LO- -qlo4l 10 ke Erie.behind 5. c-. 1930 5: c. 1925. 5'. C. .19.3 0'_ the homes on 6. Native limestone .6. Native limestone resi 6. Large-log srructure. the left'. residence and garag.e. dence...Unusual Stone terrace along Guarded in front by configuration.' lake front. a limestone wall.. (3876 Cfiff Road) Cliff Road) Ow FIT S, 11V ixr Xj LAM s - A TV@ A -Z ,yt a 22 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center )HIO -HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 No. 4. Present Name(s) Mon Ami Restaurant and Historic Winery 7F, County Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) Location of Negatives Catawba Wine Company CAC Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2@ C 29. Basement? Yes N 0 326 West Catawba Road No 0 01 17. Date(s) or Period wine cellars = 1 1872 30. Foundation Material -C City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Limestone Catawb@ Wv@.,Township-4 miles 31. Wall Construction N, intnn, , -_ -_ -_ Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Limestone rubble Ot 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/shingle I% kJJv)(_ CX4A_Q- 3 33. No. of Bays Side Lh Front 6 3 21. Original Use, it apparent (JES-r V Winery 34. Wall Treatment CD 22. Present Use Random Ashlar(rough 2@ Restaurant & Winery Z P, 0. @n 35. Plan Shape Rectangular 0 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition [K B Private %1@ (Explain Altered R Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Nate Buckantz 326 W. Catawba Interior Excellent Road, Port Clinton Exterior Good !one Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes N 38. Preservation Yes ENZ '0. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? business hours No 0 Underway? No 0 Building 0 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes0 ,1. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes M Ottawa County Historical Soc. By What? No M Registerl No CR Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included .3. Part of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from YesM No JKI Hist. Dist.? Potent'l? No IX Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District Distance from and Frontage on Road 50'/ 42. Further Description of Important FeatL winery is a dimple, rustic lime- stone building with stone arches highlighting the door and window 0 openings. Most windows are 8/8 double hung with plain sills altho several windows including a pair of round arched attic windows have Photo Z been filled with concrete stucco and one first floor front window 3 has been replaced with stained glass. A concrete block addition (Se eve e) wr@ps a-round the back and east side. One originally limestone chimney is either an addition or a replacement. 43. History and Significance The Catawba Wine Company was founded as a co-operative venture in 1872- by the Neai and Ellithorp families, two of the earliest families to settle on Catawba Island. The winery was constructed of limestone quarried on location and its cellars had a storage capacity of 130,000 gallons. The winery is one of only four wineries remaining in Ottawa County which was once known for its wine production. 44. Description of Envi 'ronment and Outbuildin gs The winery is located on Wine Cellar Road, a tree-lined drive connecting East and West Catawba Roads. Wine casks, a wine press, and rustic lawn furniture add some atmosphere to the front lawn and the Betsy Mo-Jone cabin, an old log cabin listed on the National Register, sits next to the winery on the east. 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Observation Kyle Johannsen e 1n 18 72 1wba ,@ars @had ma in ing Mrs. Betty Nissen 47. Organization 1974 Ottawa County Historical Atlas CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 12 /81 -THE BLADE: TOLEDO, OHIO, VEX 40tv its the, M'o n_'A m-i ie"staurafrit is hou@ed in alargeliffi6skone bdilding--o-n" "data- lsland.'@ Ao. 'Wort 23 k5li OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 0 Z@@, - @L-5q Ralph Wheat .on '-:o-,-,se (4 2. County OTrAWA S. Other Name(s) 3. @q8ation of Negatives (Y William G. Niller 'louse 11P 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories D 29. Basement? Yes 13 F@ No C3 :- 14-8510 East @Ia-_bor Road 17. Date(s) or Period A 1907 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Townsh p & Vicinity 18. Style or Design cutL stone Danbury Township-East Harbor Area Classic Revival 111- 31. Wall Construction cut stone S. Site Plan With North Arrow IV-. 0 9. Architect or Engineer I 6A-.% At tf __,@ I a C6 132. Roof Type & Material 600, P. 20. Contractor or Builder Fable-ri@d tile OV+ko lzovTvr 1113 - 4@N"c '? Bertsch-o" Port Clinton 33. No. of Bays W515 . @_ -ro I i Ji4imm -.04 . . -LA Original Use, If apparent Front Side A ylw7lw 21, -1 3 3 %A :i VAIRSL9 - aA A Far nhou s e 34. Wall Treatment 0 22., rock faced cut stone presertt Use - 40 IA@ 4 ResicLence 35. Plan Shape;quare .0 At' 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Private ES (Explain Altered 0 1 9. ordinates 4 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known Ralph IiIheaton 37. Condition ood U.T.M. Reference Interior 9 1 41 51 Exterior sood El 13 14 K @ 18101 Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes U __38. Preservation Yes.@o 10. Site Structure 0 Public? No Q Underway? No 0 Building Object 26. Local Co Intact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 it. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes 0 Ottawa County flistorical Society By What? No Iff Register`7 No Q Eligible? No 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 Visible from Yes 11 J Public Hist. Dist.? No IQ Potent'l? No)n Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District it 1 . Distance from and Frontage on Road d-150 f-200 42. Further Description of Important Features Froni, wra--around Dorch has double Ronan Corint-l-ian unfluted columns. Central door has tranzon window. windows are 1/1., with those onto porc-1 being Targer with decorative transom windo-,.rs. cut stone lintels and lu- sills.Large fron roof gable. smaller -a7ble on front left over 2-story bay windoe. Gables have prominent cornice retul=ns. side E-ables, are P e d i m e n t e d . Pedimaent.ed dorners on,rig,ht (east-) have tile shinales. T _, frieze 17_F=e central stone chirm cornice eaves are boxed with STPall ey 41. History and Significance Buiit- for William C. 'j-'di-ler, -who was son of I'Alle.- who bo-ught Property in 1851. Both =1 - @4 are curr aug r 1P were a..--!7,-rs and f ui@ Ho-ise a! ently oaned by g-trandd ghter of Claus T @:: 1, 11iller. house is only large stone f-rim-h-use ---,l Danbury to,...r.1ship, one of t1wo large stone houses i@, this Dart 01 county, other being -rue House in Port ClInton. IP"roperty has been in same -Fanily for 2? vo2prs. House J-S %r-r- -rcr@_Jnent alonS E!-=,.st H=bor 3%oad-Ohio Route 163. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Ru-17L1 with several 1-',@<O-60 brick h@)uses :ac!ross street. To rear is t-he 1-lest Harbor- a marsh-l,, area bet!-.,een. This has not been develo.ned forrec reati oral boati-f'r lil-,e other portions h Fful b P_.@h:r: rb@@. @Iond' is t- MO-Jor route fro", de-1-iarblehe-an-3 Port Cli I%V '@ra ic s!!:P.7-e'r, r1oderate i.n wi o re?@r of S-Oke n 45. Sources of lnformatior@cl ,,'-)5 for ho,,@se since moved +.o site east of this 46. Prepared by .;, I Szft n cR! t lases of Ottawa. C o,,-,n ty in Port 11 4 1874 and, 1-0,00 Li-I"11r- Tom Butchko 'us q 0 ? es 0 00 ;N I'Al ,Jn ns Daughter-in-l-aw od, ncresent owner. 47. 0 Ry6WIon Recor@--rs Off! 'n Court louse in Port Clinton. ce 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 90 24 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Jack Tibbels Property Z P Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC-BGSU J0 Graves Residence 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 - Q, 'R 29. Basement? 3/4 Yes IN 0 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 C 6965 E. Harbor 1AS Ac 1872 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Rock faced ashlar Danbury Twp., 6 miles east of Italianate 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow Port Ciinton 19. Architect or Engineer Brick 32. Roof Type & Material pukle 20. Contractor or Builder Hip/ Rolled Paper 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 4 Side 3 Residence 34. Wall Treatment S im 22. Present Use Running bond 0 rnc+e I Vacant 35. Plan Shape Irregular V Z 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 3 rn% Private (Explain Altered 0 u) 2. 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known Jack Tibbels 37. Condition 0 U.T.M. Reference 6965 E. Harbor Rd. Interior 71 Lakeside-Marblehead, OH Exterior 1314 l?[-7 1& 101 141St _ ,,i - r? Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes IR 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 29 Underway? No 0 Building JE Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes [!@ Ottawa County Historical Society By What? N o QJ Registerl No 0 Eligible? 'No LJ 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes9 Hist. Dist.? NoW Potent'l? No [R Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 1 45/ 42. Further Description of lmporta@"t_Fea'tures N% The heavy cornice is bracketed with modillions and the frieze board 0 0 which runs beneath is painted brick with recessed brick panels and 1:r frieze windows. Windows and doors are treated with either plain Z lintels and lug sills (north and west sides) or with a continuous, 3 CD concrete arched mold with keystones and floral endstones (south and east sides). The front door is located in a central pavilion and like all south-facing doors contains iron grillwork and (over) M 43. History and Significance (D This home is the finest example of Italianate architecture in the area. John Graves was a properous farmer and stock dealer from Hanover, Germany, who supplied the Confederate M prison camp on Johnson's Island with meat during the Civil War. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings t-n Located in a' rural-residential area with several mobile home parks in the area. A high 1A brick building with double hung 6/6 windows and a gabled roof is also on the property. re (D 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Observation, 1874 Ottawa Coiaty Atlas, Mr. Alan Ropers, 0 Auditor's Records KVle Johannsen 47 Or anization tAe 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 3/81 1 42.. has a fanlight above. Other notable features include a corbelled chimney, quoins on the south face, a one-story bay window, front and side porches with Tuscan columns, a back porch and cellar entrance, and a concrete water table. 25 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Col umbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) OTT-(Qlr7- Ik P 2. County Harvey Barnholt Property Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Mathias Kelting Farmstea CAC 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 6. Specif ic Location 90 C, B 29. Basement? Yes 0 C a 17. DWe(s) or Period No Q C t 8122 E. Harbor Rd. .0 c. 1860 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town if Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Stone Danbury Typ-, 2 mi. west of Greek Revival/UprighL.w. Wing 31. Wall Construction Architect or Engineer 8. Site Plan with North Arrow MarbleheaT Wood frame 32. Roof Type & Material IV NnMqJULw6n- 4014- Gable/Wood shgl. No. of Bays Front Side 21. Original Use, if apparent 5 3 Farmhouse ME= 0 C3 V 0 ME TIM U_ 22. Present se L Vacant 35. Plan Shape 23. Ownership Fut)[1c LT""`_ R. Changes Addition 0 3 Private 6a (Explain Altered 0 0.9. 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 0 Lat. Long. if known Harvey Barnholt U.T.M. Reference 2950 Roberts Ct. 10@ San Jose, CA 0 It 13 L5-11 1,51@_101 WIS1.71 I:$ Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 9r. Preservation Yes 0 rD P1 Public? No 29 Underway? No IR rt 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Building X1 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes 2@ Ottawa County Historical Socie By What? No IR Register? No M Eligible? No 0 Other Surveys in Wh@..: 1. 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes ED 40. Visible from Yes ff Hist. Dist.? No 0 Potent'l? No [2 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established istrict 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 90'/1 acre a ic op nin 42. Further 6e_scr_ip_-t'io_n-o"f Important Features Eave returns and arched 9 with shutters are found under gables. Mo-st windows are double-hung C 6/6 lights and are treated with either straight or pedimented hood- rt molds. Second floor windows also feature shutters. The Greek Re- :0@ F4 vival front door displays side and transom lights and the one-story En front porch displays upper wood ornament and turned columns and balustrade. An open, side porch sits before the wing section and a H rT cellar entry is found before the front porch. A garage and (over) FJ- 43. History and Significance This home is an excellent example of the later phase Greek Revival Upright with Wing architecture common in the area. Mathias Kelting was a prominent Dan- berry Township farmera nd grape grower who immigrated to the area from Germany in the mid-1830's. rt (D CL 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings 0 Located in a rural area. Outbuildings include a gable-roofed board and batten barn with small, round windows under the end gables. 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by F W, I L Observation; Auditor's and Recorder'.s records; 1874 and 1900 Ottawa Kyle Johannsen 0 .Sounty Atlases 47. Organization H CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 6/81 1 26 Ohio Historic Preservation Office 92, Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lumbus, Ohio 43211. 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) Truman Carnicom Residence 2. County Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC rtshorn Residence 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 1.5 D 29. Basement? Yes M C) 1 .Date(s) or Period No 0 " , 9156 Bayshore Road c. 1912 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Sandstone Danbury'Twp. 8 mi. E of Port Clin I Bungalow 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Masonry 2 32. Roof Type & Material Al 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/Asbestos shgl. 33. No. of Bays T. Hostrup Front Side 0 21. Original Use, If apparent 3 3 R,- q i d L-nc e 34. Wall Treatment Stone, 22. Present Use stucco half-timbering Rpgidence 35. Plan Shape Rectangular 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes. Add tion 0 Private U (Explain Alt red 0 0 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 0 Lat. Long. - if known Truman Carnicom 37. Condition El U.T.M. Reference - 9156 Bayshore Road Interior Good @d (D 1117 113 15 121313 10 1 1 415 19 16 1117 10 1 Lakeside-Marblehead, Ohio Exterior G on d U) - H. Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes [3 10. Site 0 Public? No R Underway? Structure 0 No 0 :3 Building 0 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes0 (D 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes IX Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No[3 Register? No 9 Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes Hist. Dist.? No 0 Potent'l? No 15t Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 1978 Ohio Historic Inventory 41. Distance from and Fronta on Road 100,Teo, 8 42. Further Descripiion of important The half -story and two large, @g@'a`b-lled dormers feature stucco and cyprus half-timberin while the front 9 dormer further displays a small balcony-porch with sawn cyprus balustrade. The first floor outside walls, as well as the tapered rr pillars which support the front porch, are constructed of multi- colored hardhead stones set into cement. Sandstone trim is used extensively around the porch and as flat arches, lintels and sills around door and window openings. Other important features (over) M 43. History and Significance This residence is an exceptional example of Bungaloid architecture. M The Hartshorn family was a prominent Danbury family engaged in the limestone quarrying business with lime kilns and a boat dock located on Sandusky Bay a few miles west of this home. The nearby Hartshorn Road was named for the family. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in.a rurai/summer resort area. A low stone terrace wall is found behind the residence and a stone wall flanks the western driveway. 7 45. Sources of Information Observation; Owner; OHI Form #OTT-341-11 46. Prepared by Kyle Johannsen 47. Organization CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 9/81 1 1 42. (continued) include leaded and stained glass windows, a front door flanked by pilasters and sidelights, an oriel bay, bargeboard and a sandstone water table. Inside all fixtures are solid brass and the hardhead stone fireplace includes some old Indian artifacts in place of the stones. I 2 7) Ohio Historic Preservation Office 93 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lurnbus, Ohio 43211 1 . No. 4. Present Name(s) OTT_ 6 @7 11 2. County Lewis Keller Residence F Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC Wolcott Farmstead 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category -28. No. of Stories I,C,F,B 29. Basement? Yes 0 1 . Date(s) or Period No:O rt (F 9999 E. Bayshore c. 1822 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town if Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Limestone Danbury Twp. 2 mi. SW of Marble ad Greek Revival 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Limestorie 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/Asphalt shgl. 33. No. of Bays Front Side 21. Original Use, if apparent 6 VD Farmhouse 34. Wall Treatment Present Use Natural Limestone Re sidence 35. Plan Shape Rectangular (D Cl C- pk-Aoc,@boA Vntq,.vr &*),e- 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes r- Addition X) 9. Coordinates Private 9 (Explain Altered X) (D 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known Lewis Keller 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference 9999 Bayshore Road Interior 111711-9 1.5-141-71olol 1416121711 1416 Lakeside-Marblehead,OH Exterior Good M Z Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes:kD 0 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No M Underway? No 0 (D Building R Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes CX Ottawa Countv Historical Societ By What? No Ck Register'? No IR Eligible? r4o Li 27. Other Surveys in W 13. Part of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 0. Visible from Yes Ck Hist. Dist.? No 0 Potent'l? No CX Public Road? No O@ 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 901/ 42. Further Description of Important Features Large =tone chimm te e roofline above the end gables. Windows,are double-hung 6/6 lights. 04 The six bay front includes two front doors. A room has been added in back and the front porch is an apparent addition. Y 43. History and Significance This home is a good example of Greek Revival architecture an oldest building in -the county. Benajah Wolcott, the first owner, was a Revolutionary War veteran, the first American settler in the township (1809) and was the first lighthouse keeper at Marblehead. Henry Wolcott was a prominent Danbury Township fruit grower, and a later owner of this property. This building is possibly the oldest standing structure in northwestern Ohio. A firm date has not been ascertained although dates ranging from (over) 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a rural/residential area with numerous summer cottages in fhe area. A small wood frame shed is found in back. The Wolcott cemetery is located to the north of the home. 72 45. Sources of Information Observation, 1874 Ottawa County Atlas, Mrs. Lois 46. Prepared by Mazurik , "Northwest Ohio Quarterly Winter 1976-77" Kyle Johannsen 47. Organization CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 9/81 U111V MZOLL)Flu rre5ervauu., iamu. 94 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Cook Cottage XTAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives 1IN Barrett Cottage 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories D N 29 Basement? Yes 0 17. Date(s) or Period NoZ 238 East Lake Front at Cedar c1904 30. Foundation Material 7. Citu or Town It Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design cement block piers Lakeside Eastlake 31. Wall Construction 8. 1 Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer frame 32. Root Ty6e & Material 20. Contractor or Builder hip-asphalt shingles 33. No. of Bays 2 10 GOD k_2'az'@' 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 4 Side 3 lea 0 Summer CottMe 34. Wall Treatment 'I-, - ILI 2. Present Use shiplap Summer Cottage 35. Plan Shape SqUare 23. Ownership Public 0 36.. Changes Addition Private EX (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in,#42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. 11 Ino,n yX8. Suzanne Cook 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference 3728 Brookside Drive Interior good 1-7112?'!571AI-)J4101141(olb1c)](Olk 101 Toledo, Ohio 43606 Exterior g!oo_d Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes M 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No Underwar. No 0 . Building 1@k, Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes M Lakeside Heritage Club By What? No M Registetl No)b Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in 1. 'A 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes JZI Hist. Dist.? No)U Potent'l? No 0 40. Visible from Yes P_ Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District gig 41. Distance from and silLf8ntage on Road d-10, f-100 42. Further Discription of Important Features Large from wrap-around porch. 1st floor has large sqVare posts, railing, 2nd floor porch has chamfered posts with turned spindle raililLg and gin-erbread frieze. Front center has large bay with 2 central doors. dowS, Most with shutters. numerous doors onto 92nd floor porch. t/1 win boxed eaves, wide. On east"Cedar St side, is Gothic Arched window witl colored glass. facade gables on roof are pedimented with 2 small win- dows. interior end brick chimney on west front. 43. History and Significance Edward L Barrett bought both lots in 1901-03. Family owned cottage until 1948. When 'hi i It wa h the largest and showiest along the lake Front. present owner since 1964. Behind house was the Mac Kenzie log cabin, they were 1st perm settlers in Lakeside. Lakeside was founded in 1873 as a hethodist camp meeting, later developed into a Chautauqua. Now emphasized family vacatio s with entertainment and spiritual focus. One of few surviving former camp meetings. Excellent 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings of Victorian era cottage aichitectUr-e. Immediately facina Lake Erie, 50'. Subject to sudden storms on lake, especially severe C@ northeasters, which have caused considerable dock and shore damage. huge boulders alon- shore now. Sidewalk. isDa, Xavmite Fea in e, near.center lyitiesin.Cen ral Park and we rsumm soh r Ofiaecet or aamission o grouncls. QK_ e. summe sea equires gate t 45. Sources of information 46. Prepared by Recorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton Tom Butchko e r n 8 C 1 h d a 0 t e r io nt s D e Lakeside Association 47. Organization Yx Lyle McKenzie, LiLkeside OHP0 t s@ 48. Date 49. Revision Da je@ 12-?8 OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Ohio Historical Center Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Shoffner Cottage MAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Ln"n of Negatives Docker-Umstead Cottage 0. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories C N 29. Basement? Yes 0 411 Lakefront 17. Date(3) or Period No M 1882 30. Foundation Material 7. Cltyor Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design stone piers Lakeside 1i Steamboat Gothic Victorian 31. "@29 nstruction a. RUA an Ch rth Anw 19. Architect or Engineer to ca %_@ 32. Root Tkpe & Material R @i CZ C3 20. Contractor or Builder gable-comp shingle ?A tzom r-3 L.3 133. No. of says CL C-1 - E:2 r::1 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 3 Side 2 103 Summer Cottage r.34. Wall Treatment 22. Present s ow bummerU 6ottage shiplap bocy_ 135. Plan Shape T 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 19, Private R3 (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates Etz_\e 24. Owner's Nam e & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. If known Mrs. H. Grady Shoffner 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference 115 N- 4th St Interior good 1315 13 18 1 _@J_O I __ 11171 1 q-61 0-10 1518 10 1 Miamis-burg, 0 45342 Exterior Food Zone Easting Nor thing 25. Open to Yes 0 138. Preservation Yes C3 10. Site 0 Stru .c.t.ure 0 Public? No Underway? No 13 Building 9 Object 26. Local Contact Person o O@ganlzf:-._P@ r ndangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 42. Is It Yes Lakeside Heritage Societ y What? NoIR Register? No In Eligible? No u 27. Other Surveys In Which Included 13. Pad of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes CR Isible from Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? No 0 Potent'l? No [I. ublic Road? No C3 15. Name of Established District Distance from and Frontage on Road 42. Further Description of Important Features 36- rear shed additions, possibly ci897. Front 2 story porch ha's chamfered wooden posts with simple,.railing. 2nd floor railing is cut-slat.variety, excellent gingerbread trim on second floor Gothic arches in porch. sawtooth gingerbread trim on-.porch.and house eaves.and bargeboards. windows are 2/2 1, oa porch has peaked tops. central double door has rounded tops with pedimented decorative head/ho.od, numerous doors enter onto porches,.)Zder porch, betwe 43. History and SignificanT./Pi'ers is7iimple lattice work .as screen for. anlnals@._ Henry and Mary Docker built in i882ilfrom'Cincinnati.- This is oldest house along lakefront and was first cottage west of hotel. Dockers sold in 1897 to Elisha Umstead of Tiffin who built barns and became "gentleman farmer2, supplying fresh produce and meats to the Hotel. Harvey Gooding 1914-1946; Shoffners since 1946- House has characteristic and excellent details of Steamboat Gothic; one of the more or;ate cottages in Lakeside. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildinqs House faces Lake Erie with drive and parking in rear off the Hotel Lakeside pakking lot. Large lawn with many trees, 250' to shore,' with view of dock, Kelley's Island and Put9in- Bay,, Pifimarily'summer cottages, few year round homes. No vehicular traffic and little pedestrian. 45. Sources of Information- 46. Prepared by Recorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton Tom Butchko Shown in 1884 Illustrative Map of take'side 47. Organization This is Lakeside 1873-1973, James Allen Hestle OHPO 0 4& Date 49. Revision Date(o 0 2-78 rt 28c@) Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. 4. Present Name(s) 07-1 2. County Dwain Murray Cottalgre OTTAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives L.W. LeSourd-J.N.Willianson Cottage 01HPOI -1 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 C N 29. Basement? Yes 0 17. -DatL4p% - Period N0@3 104 E. Second, at Central 30. Foundation Material 7. City gr Town If Rural, Township & VIcinit7 18. Style or Design cement block . Lakeside Steamboat Gothic Victorian 31. Wall Construction frame tqi 1`11 n 1 19. Architect or Engineer _E. 32. Roof Type & Material gable-comp shingle 20. Contractor or Builder aa 7 33. No. of Bays @:3 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 3 Side 4 :1 Summer Cottage 0 Q L3 C1 -0 d. @a 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use board and batten E - _:`E@40XJ> -W Summer Cottage 35. Plan Shape rectan&1e 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Private (Explain Altered 0 in #42) Moved 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, L @ @@ ,I W if known Dwain Hurray 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference qC$P 502 Broad Street Interior good 1 1 41610101418 P I Exterior F1 1-711 11 131 Ashland, 0 44805 Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation YeslZ Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No n Underway? No 0 Building (Z Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Lakeside r1eritage Society By What? No tl Register? No ER Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys lm,lwiprf 13. Part of* Estab. Yes 0 14, District YesX1 40. Visible from Yes C Hist. Dist.? No Potent'l? No 11 Public Road? No IR 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Fronjage on Road d_J 5110 f- 31/80 42. Further Description of Important Features Front and side two story porches, quite elaborate. turned Dosts and turned spindle railing and spindle overhead panel on Ist floor. double central door, windows are 2/2- all are Gothic shaped with hC excellent ornate labels. Extremely intricate and scrolly gin-erbread gable ornament-superb detail. battens are molded. int-lerior brick gt chimney. attached garage in rear. Central street side has fullLisna 2nd floor porch; 1St floor Dorch is short -from front. 43. History and Significance Several oT.-'riers before 1891,when LJ `:@,shelran bou:rht fro Sold in 18-0.6 to Nilliarson. for $1300. 'Vlil-iamson o-v,-ned. until 1922, ;,71@-_n L'e'Som--d bo,,,Z-h,t, 1-e'Sourd untiI 1948. The 1884 m a D shows a. houss very sird-lar -to this one on the s -: t. e . 'Nearb,.., houses of similar ;--,nd- style werebuil' c1580. This Ccttagge ha-s as JI;re P_ rieta-21ing as a -.n,,! of the la= ornate cott-ae-s in Lakesi de. Very zood Go'-.@,ic featirres. Ver:v notic-eal--le on a. =0,11-ent co-_rner. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings One bloclk east b-Lo the commercial section. Faces Central Park with its many recreational activities and numerous tress. This block ofts cottages along 2nd between Central and Cedar are r'@ among the best in town. 2oth streets are major throughout year. Lakeside is a privatly owned 45. Sources of InformatioV Piethodist-aSf1,liatqd. surnmer- resort. SumTer gate i'l-, -5. Prepared 'by fee require or admission Lo grounds and prOgrams Tom Butchko Recorders Office in Court. house-Port Cl-'-'nton 47. Or@anlzation A.J. Hare-18S4 Illustrative 1-iap of 48. Date 49. Revision 3-78 1 ........ @ I --4.5VaL6WJ1 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4i Present Name(s) 2. County Robert Retzke Cottage OTTAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives OHPO Lenderson-Oram Cottage 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Catego 28. No. of Stories 2 C V 29 Basement? Yes 0 17. Date(sl pr Period Nob 122 East Second 1881 30. Foundatir f a terial cement oc piers 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. St Is or Desi Lakeside 15PAIKEY ReamboT Victorian t_X9, 31. Wall Construction Tat Vn @f iqn lprL7 Aof 19. Architect or Engineer frame 20. Contractor or Builder 32. Rrf Type & Matwial hin e C gab e-COMPOSIZion s 0 133. No. of Bays CL 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 3 Side 3 LU wity, Im Summer Cottage 34. Wall Treatment -22. Present Use shiplap < deAtT L _:F Summer Cottage 135. Plan Shape Greek cros A L K I] 3i *@ 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 9. Coordin 3 %_1 04 Private 0C (Explain Altered 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, In #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. 11 known Robert Retzke 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference 124 42nd Street Interior Ill A 13151411 17 V! 1 4 010141810 1 Sandusky,0 44870 Exterior good zone. Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yesfa Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No a Underway? No 0 Building-YD Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 II.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes 91 Lakeside Heritage Society By What? No 0 Register' . No:I@K . , Eligible? No 0 27. Other Su 13. Part of' Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes CKI Hist. Dist.? No Potent1? No 0 40. Visible from Yes 0 Public Road? No M 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from an@ Frontage on Road jacant lot d-20 f-33 o west. 42. Further Description of important F eatures front 2 story porches: chamfered posts with side scrolls and lath railing (somewhat chinese chippendale). many doors onto both porc levels. front doors are double. doors have decorative hoods with gingerbread trim. There 'axe no windows onto porches-only doors. sid@ windows are 2/1 with simple frames. eaves and bargeboards have intricate sawtooth gingerbread trim. elaborate gable ornament and w-onden arches on 2nd floor . porch., rear interior end brick chimney. 43. History and Significance EM and Lucy Lenderson were first owners; leased lot from Lakeside go in 1881, sold ouse and ol lot to John S. and Emma Oram in 1889. Orams owned uhtil. 194.6, was in Oram family un�il 1958. present owner since 1970. This is one of the finer Steamboat cottages in Lakeside with its typically Lakeside extensive porches. 2 of the finer houses in Lakeside are immediately to -1hp w0g+_ These houses have prominent position overlooking Gentral Park and Lake-l-Erie. 44..Description of Environment and Outbuildings Mixed Summer cottages and year round residences. Neighborhood focuses on Central Park, which has many trees and recreational activities. Focal point of Lakeside, the dock, is at water' edge. Some of the,finer cottages are in this area. Lake@'detis owigd pu eR,,t @r Brivate ,ego resor e real perat.Ayby e 45. Sources of Information hurch. A gate fee is required during the 10 week 46 Preppredg&o Tom ut 0 : IE [ 21, Od SU 22. Pre @summer season. Quiet and peaceful all year round. 1884 Illustrative Map of Lakeside by AJ Hare 47. Orldft tion Recorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 2-78 28e) ic Preservation OM Ohio Histor 98 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) Orr- Hoover Auditorium 2.01QftRyA 5, Other Name(s) 3. Location of NegatIves OHPO 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 6.. Specific Location D N 29. Basement? Yes 0 C Entire Block bounded by Walnut) C No 13c 17. Date(s) or Period IFP-DVt W. Third, Cefitral and W. Fourth. evmka 1929 30. Foundation Material cement 7. City or Town if Rural, Township & Vicinity- 18. Style or Design C Lakeside 31 Wall Cohstructl6n i- b:&lck a. SM Plan wi h North A ow oel 19. Architect or Engineer L Granville E. Scott 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder .--- arch-asp'shingle Vol, C2 Gen'l: H.L. Loudenback & Sons. 33. No. of Bays .0 37 Front 7 Side 9 r,1DC7&(?P r-*jvrAk U I V, no 21. Original Use, If apparent P ::3 Summer Assembly Hall 34. a I Treatment whiA%%X) 2 13 t1,J 0 "RI 22. Prtpegl Use P.%T C7 wo@ u mer Asseiftbly Hall e-- 35. Plan Shape rectangle DD0000 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Private 0 (@xplain Altered 0 9. Coordinates In #42) Moved 0' 24. Owner's Name & Address, Lat.. Long. It known 37. Condition good U.T.M. Reference LakesUe Association Interior C 4 C 810] 141610 2@6 Walnut Exterior good I VI 1 51410 1- 1013 1 K Zone Easting Northing Open to restricted Yes Ox 38. Preservation Yes M Public? No 0 Underway? No 0 > Site 0 Structure 0 C Building IS Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization KC_@) 39. Endangered? Yes 0 1I.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes 9 Lakeside Heritage Societ@ By What? No M WILL6Tz- C Register? No _Q Eligible? No 0 1.@. Part of. Estab. Yes C3 14. District Yes(R 40. Visible from Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? No M Potent'l? No C1 Public Road? No (3 15 Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Fr tage on Road d-367io f-188/264 42. Further Description of Important Features !50@j--A $t-ructure takes up entire block... Main entrance on north is 6 steps up from street level. Entrance is recessed with 3 double wooden door@." in front is 3 round arches, ticket windows inside of entrance vesti- bule. There are also entrancesonthe ends and middle of each side facade and also on the ends of the north (main) facade. many of doub e doors have 6 pane transom lights. above entrances on facade ends I Q_% are 4 round arched widdsws . _.Side windows., are In large.. grou.p3, ;-case--!. 1157A rnent type..lower-wina *ows are 3-four over wight-pane casements -with 3-six pane windows oveihea as transom windows. 2 set-, of windows per bay. main roof is large metal arch. Front entranc6 rooP-is.shed type with red tile shingles. wooden brackets support front eaves. rear (south)'4 facade has hip and shed roofed dressing rooms and back stage area. Arched roof is only over seating area. Decorative spanish accents va2kk_ on front and corner entrances. .44. Description of Environment and Out buildings Situated on entire block in center of this privately owned and controlled Methodist summer resort and retreat,, To NW is the commercial section. LakesErie is 2 blocks north. Sorround,*ng area is mostly summer cottages, some are residential year round. Plan trees is area. Streets fairly narrow with on street parallel parkin7. Many trees throug-W out neiahborhood 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Lakeside Association Minutes# 236'Walnut in Administration Bui3lding Tom Butchko This is Lakeside: 1872-1973, James Allen Kestle, published by the 47. Organization OHPO Lakeside Association in 1973 Lakeside; Ohio: The First 100 Years, Eleanor Durrj New York: Carlton 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s Inn_ 1 Q7'1 2-78 1 43-History and SiMificance The present Hoover Auditorium was built. on the site of the Central or English Auditorium (as opposed to the 1883 German Auditorium, now known as the South Auditorium, which is still standing)* Central Auditorium was built in 1878 as a replacement for the large tents in which the first religious camp meetings were held. It was expanded in 1885 and 1887 at which time hinged sides were added for weather protection. The very first housing for the thousands who came annually for the meetings were in tents and later board tents that surrounded the English Auditorium on all sides. The original size was a rectangular 55x70 and.was to reach a capacity seating area for 3000, more when sides were opened. As early as 1883 the auditorium was illuminated by Brush electric lights... By the late 1920's there was need for a more substantial and permanent structure at which time Granville E. Scott.' who had designed the Orchestra Hall,A928, was asked to submit a plan. The' auditor i': um was built while A.L. Hoover was the Gener;l Manager, hence Hoover Auditorium. The newly finished auditorium was dedicated in June 1929 and in October was jsut spared in th Lakeside Fire of 1929 that burned the entire block immediately south. As the center of the cultural, entertainment and. religious activities on the Lakeside grounds, Hoover Auditorium has been host to many noted personalities in ']@olitics, the arts and religion Among the more noted are; Gov. John Bricker Ohio (1940); Sen. Bob LaFollette, Minn (1935); Sen.. Frank Lausche, later Gov., Ohio, @ (19A - Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt (1940) ; Dvew Pearson (1939,1964); Lowell Thomas (1934); Mary Meleod Bethune (1936); Sgt. A v n York (1933); Do 1 1 a Severinsen, (197Z); Ferrante & Telcher(1972,75); Marian Anderson (1956); Amelia E;irhart (1934) Dri, -Ralph Sockman; Dr. Norman Vincent Peale (1970): ; and many notable Bishops of the Methodist and-Luthei@an Churches. Among the personalities @o appear in the old Central Auditorium iiuas: Ja@fte Addams (1920); Gen. Wm. Booth, founder of Salvation Army; Gov.. Wm. mcLinley @1893); former P@&eisidents Hayes., and Garfield; Susan'B, Anthony (1895); Wm. Jennings Bryan (1922); ar'. Madame Ernestine Schumann-Heink (1920). The significance of this structure is not only the people who have appeared here and on this E but as its symbol to Lakeside -on-Lake Erie, one of the few remaining active religious resorts i.n the Midwest. ' Referred to as Ohio's Chautauqua of -the, Great Lakes, Lakeside has had a long history of* sevice to Ohio and Ohio Methodism. Besides being the location of the. nightly programs during the 10 week summer season, Hoover Aduitoriu'm is the site of the June annual .conferences of the two Ohio Methodist Conferences, the largest in Methodism. RJR- AS Q Jz 4 77-7 E Ll@i -_x F4 X:@ 0 z -4, i4 jr E ;.-i V- lj--- ILA. -'.4 -fV1. @M_ i@i. @f V, lip- "J Hoover A tiditorium Interior ZZ-1 28f) 99 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. -No. 4. Present Name(s) 077--/7A-// Rockledge 2 RAM 5. Other Name(s) 3.4f8ition of Negatives Adam C. Barnes Cottage 6. Specific Location 16.dhematic (@3tegory 28. No. of Stories 2i 29. Basement? Yes 0 4 17. DateTA Period No n > 102 -9. Fourth, at Central 30. Foundation Material 7. City. or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design stone Lakeside Second Empire 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Ian.wiUJ tmrt ".I -J 19. Architect or Engineer frame 32. Roof Type & Mate(ial 20. Contractor or Bji@-ldir- Mansard-comp shingle 012 Bardner Young (?) 33. NO. of Ba 21. Original Use, If apparent Front Side 4 17 Summer Cottage 5 60 LL 22. Present Use Summer Cottage 35. Plan Shape Irregu-tar t-4 23. Ownership Public El 36. Changes Addition 0 Private 0 (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, In #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Rev. Millard Mead Interior F1 1-71111411 I-ITI-0-1 1 41610 10 1 TJ-9-FJ 320 Hopley-Ave Bucyrus,O 44820 Exterior good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes EX 10. Site 0 structure 0 Public? No 0 Underway? No 0 Building CX Object 0 26 cal Cont ot Pqrson " Org4ni4at' n 39. Endangered? to Yes 0 11.OnNatlonal Yeso 12. Is It Y e s 89 Laeside %eritage Society By What? No 0: Register? No CIC Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in .Which Included 13- Part of" Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yesig 40. Visible from Yeso Hist. Dist.? No 55 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Froritage on RO d-25/20 f!V/80 42. Further Description of Important Features 9 Front two sto Iry porch has simple square posts with excellently windows are 2/2 with ornamantal wooden head tw 2 de'Gailed railing. > - .dd,tails. pedimented dormers in mansard roof. northwest qqazre corner tower is full 3 stories with small cupola roof with po&nted top, tower has small dormers and wooden decorative frieze. Wl; 43. History and Significance CA Builder bought from @akeside Company in 1881 and sold later in same year to Adam C. Barnes. Was in Barnes family for numerous years. since 1945 there have been numeraus owners, presen 3 owner since 1970 . Located near heart of activities of cld and present Lakesidett. this is a 0 typical and excellent example of the Second Empire. Ws. large extensive porches are-. adaption Irl fo Sumner Cottage purpose. This is one of the pu:cest 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings'/ architectu ral exa4gle@ In W as Mixed area within private grounds of t:6.LUt:;, UU11L,.LU.L-L%::U UJ r1rwi- su retreat/resort. across corner is 3500 seat Hoover Auditorium where nightly programs are held thru summero most houses are summer only, though some have been winterized. Man*y tree F Z in, =-@a2m, I vlqA 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by .Recorders Office in'Court House-Port Clinton Tom Butchko 1884 illustrative map of Lakeside 47. Organization 0HPO 48. Date 149. Revision Date(s) P t/\ 28g) Ohio Historic Preservation Office JM_ Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY . . . Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) Bradley Temple 2. 0@y J&A 5. Other Name(s) 3.,(geion of Negatives M., -30-1"M 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Catego C N. 29. Basement? Yes 0 17. Date(s) erlod No EX V 01Cedar at Fast Third 1 7 30. Foundation Material stone piers 7. City or Town if Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Lakeside Shingle 31. Wall Construction 8, Site Plan with h A 19. Architect or Engineer frame ?rt rrow 1 32. Roof Type & Material 1:4J 13 C) Q f) g -co 20. Contractor or Builder gable mp ahingle Asmoj @ . M. No. Of Says t---J @ t";3 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 5 Side 3 13 0 13'612' . I tu Summer Childrens Meetings 34. Wall Treatment CF f -M 22. Present Use Not uses often weatherboard-hhingle G Summer Meetings 35. Plan Shape T 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Private IX (Explain Altered [it 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, In #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition Interior fair U.T.M. Reference Lakeside Association 1-711 3@ @ 121110 1141610 10 319 0 1 236 Walnut Exterior rood Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes IX 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 99 Underway.? No 0 Building 0 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 Lakeside Heritage Society By What? No[R 11.0nNational YesO 12. Is It Register? No 12 Eligible? No 0 27.. Other Surveys in hich Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes[R 40. Visible from Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? No 6d Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? Nolk 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and X Frontag on R i. d_20/2@ M61100 42. Further Description of Important Features 36-originally had ornamental tower at.intersection of fron and rear win s, also roof cresting. Don't know when removed. See back. 9 Central front door is double, has simple frame. Over door is excel- lent fan light and old-fashioned sign.. Windows are I I and in grou of 3, panes havesmall surrounding glass squaa@e panes on sides and CLL, to and bottom. over windows is paneled section with#ertical si * ang ornamental wooden arches over each window. Gablet.bave excelle 43. History and SignifiZ;n-ce imbricated Iwoo . den -shi ngles:_ __r&i@nd and octagonal/ @Building was /Arojecting eaves with sloping soffits, no chimney. rear 4nd side doors. donated by widow of Captain Alva Bradley ofVVermillion in memory of her husbaiid., a long time visitor and supporter of-Lakeside. It was to be used for childrens work and-'was used for years for classes, institutes, lectures and concerts.. Dedicated July 19, .1887. When Firs, C Bradley died.in 1896 h-ar will stipulated that if-the building ever ceased to be used, (over) 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Residential are'a primarily of summer cottages with some year round residen is area, A-cross 3374 to' the north is the vacant parking lot where the Mary Ellen Irin@ostel and cafeter* was (razed in early 1960's). Quiet area of many �rees. Moderate summer traffic. 45. Sources of Information 44. Prepared by -Ve-s3p This is Lakeside:1873-1973, James Allen Kestle, published by the. Tom Butchko Lakeside Association for centennial in 1973. 47.,Vrization Lakeside, Ohio: The First 100 Years Eleanor Durr, New York: Carlton-Pressp Inc. 19730 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s), 2 43. History and Significance cont. at least in part, for childrens work, it would revert back to the family. Is seldomly used now, but in past has been used forclasses, rehearsals, flower shdw@ and all types of meetings, In 1911 Pettibone and Danklefsen, local contractors, made extensive repa:trs. The building has some of the better ornamental woodwork and shingling in Lakeside. Thii building was especially busy in the late t8OO's and first decadessof the 1900's when the Lakeside Chautau- qua movement was strong, bringing in numerous professors, lecturers and summer courses for intellectural, cultural and artistic enricljment7 from.. Thi;*I; Lakeside,'. i 87a-I 973, James Allen Kestlep published by the -Lakeside Association for the 1973 Centenniai@.*. 7\1 7@'J, Pao Bradley Temple 28h) Ohio Historic Preservation Office io, Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 'AMMAWAN 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) CRI T - 2 2. County Harry Bright Cottage )'IT,A14A 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives ES Slingluff-jC Kanney Cottage )HPO 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Caiegory 28. No. of Stories 2 C N 29. Basement? Yes 0 C c 17. Date(s) or Period No XI C 302 Cedar at East Third 1880 30. Foundation Material stuccoed brick 7. City or Town if Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design 31. Wall Construction 19. Architect or Engineer t 32. Roof Type & Material <- 20. Contractor or Builder gable-comp shingle 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 3 Sidi'. 2 Cl Summer Cottage 34. Wall Tfeatroent 22. Present Use we@Ltherboard Summer Cottage 35. Plan Shape square 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 1i Private 13c (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates Vp4AkrfJ in #42) 24. Owner's 1Jqme & dres Moved 0 Lat. Long. U.B: P %Ao-m L if known Ila-rrY %IrIgN Jr. 37. Condition U.T.M.'Reference ?4? Greenwood Avenue Interior 1319101 Akron, 0 44320 Exterior good F1_171 131514 11 1 ?101 1 4 q 010 t I Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation yes:o 10- Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No DC Underway? No 0 19 Building 0: Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On Nation By What? No)O I al Yes 0 12. Is It Yes X) Lakeside Heritage Society Register? No[* Eligible? NO u 27. Other Surveys 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes b 40. Visible from Yes Hist. Dist.? No1X Potent']? No 0 Public Road? NoA3 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-15/20 f-6 60 42. Further Description of Important Features 36-recent carport added in rear. Front porch has Tuscan columns with square spindle railing, NE cornex of porch has.-a rounded front and side with 16a,--conical roof with a .small finial. windows are 4/4 with wooden decorative heads and molded trim. simple sills. exterior end brick chi-mn-ey on north. 2nd story windows have wall gable- rather steep-with excellent sawtoo @7 bargeboard gingerbread trim.and wooden finiAl. shutters are funstion 43. History and Sign if icance/pro j ect ing eaves with dornice fascia. lattice porch/shed on south side. First owner was B.S. Slingluff, who leased NE corner of lot from the Lakeside Company in 1880 He owned until1887; JC Kanney owned 1887-1936; present owner since 1968. This is a excellent exanple of the varied cottages in Lakeside. The roof/windo-9 gables are unique in Lakeside. Excellent gingerbread trim on house. Across Cedad is-Bradley Temple (1887). This is of (ip.finite di-,trict potential with many fine houses in neighborhood, 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Residential area. Several vacant lots across corner where the Mary Ellen Inn and cafeteria stood; razed in raid 1960's. Primarily summer cottages with sibme year round houses in area. V,aHya?J,jottaaes_getvery close together. Lakesidg is a privately run summer resort/retreat an ia e wi neMethodist Church. Started in 1873 and evolved into a ma or camp grund 45. Sources of InformatiorV and Chautauqua. Gate fee required during summer, 46. Prepared by Recorders Office in Court Hosse-Port Clinton Tom Butchko 47. Organization OHPO 48. Date- 49. Revision Date(s) 3-78 28 rvation Office 102 Ohio Historic Prese Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 677--16 f-// 2 Wn RAu Ay 5. Other Name(s) 3,.Logation of Negatives ro Sam R. Gill Cottage 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 N 29. Basement? Yes 0 17. Dateisl or PerIQd No)Q ti ei 2-2-2 Central 1@3739 30. Foundation Material cement bloPk pedestals 7. C4ty or Town if Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Desigri Lakeside 31. Wall Construction 8. Site la with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer _LSIt2e nQa%S6rPA 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor -or Bu .ilder gable-comp shingle C7 V_ 33. No. of Bays %voklTno V3 21 Original Use, if apparent Front 3 Side took kesidence 34. Wall Treatment shingle Do of t7 22. Present Use -rental 35. Plan ShapeL Q<- P,4%Y, Year round resi dence 1-7 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 _J Private 1Z (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinfites W 24. Owner's Name & Address In #42) Moved 0 .Let. Long. If known Leste:i@ Litt6 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference 106 E. Washington Interior 14 1.5 10 Pandora, Ohio 45877 -Exterior good F1171 13 15 @ 111 U 01 761 Zone, Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 Preservation Yes @E* Public? NoIR Underway? No 11 Site 0 Structure 0 Building M Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11.OnNational YesO 12. Is It ws t Lakeside Heritage Socie:@y By What? No QC Register? 140 M Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys In Which Included 40.Visible from Yes Cl 13. Part of' Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 13 'Hist. Dist.? No IR Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No XI 41. Distance from and 15. Name of Established District Frontage on Road d-20 f-33 42. Further Description of Important -Features Front 2 story porch; 3 Tuscan columns on 1st floor, 2 on second. Fi t floor has no railing but second has one of square spindles. central door. windows are 1/1,some have simple peaked molding heads.* Project*ng eaves have sloping soffits. New aluminum siclingga.rage in rear, Sam Gill was one of the four founders of Lakeside, ana.owned 1, of.the Lakeside.-Pompany. 14 S111epards 43. History and Significanc book has Firs. Gill stating that this was one of the very first houses ittilt, in 1873, though his son !;believes it was built in 1877, The court house shows that Gill lid not lease the lot until 1888. Sam Gill served as the first secretary of The Lakeside Co for 30 years. He arranged the first trains and steamers to come to Lakeside and persuaded B.T. lince e Lakesid aed st t t e Ch taBqKa ga, Vincent!s brother had faoln@ee%Chatau- I jua, Rtiyt*o* ynm 1@82 liaKes2ae 0 soggy 0 agRm v s ana pe. _Eo i,g Ass c T I los 0 er is kes1qPinvFSjman ut.- .18 44. Description of Environment and Outbuild. never compfainlg@t 6erved as a:@' rus ee un i eath in f9_18 Mixed area of summer cottages, y -round residences, Abigail Tea Room Restaurant to the sout Sbuth-of that is Hoover Auditoioum where nightly programs are held during summer season. To north ia quentral Park- Lake Erie orthya Lakeside,is a Priv esolt; ar e is g summet ce. e -a ami y re _ 0 ,ga e rin seaso iamuo- 'nn U activities, rte fe requir n for a Ma qui J4 C 41 C J/ 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by R@-corders Office in Court House-Port Clinton Tom Butchko Mr. Vincent Gill, son of Sam Gill. 47. Orgoanization The Story of Lakeside,.O.L. Shepard, Published by the Lakeside Associa- PO 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s)l for the 50th Anniversary in 1923- - 170 1 )11 28j) Ohio Historic Preservation Office 1U-3! Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC I-NVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) Abigail Tea House-Annex 2. County OTTAWA 15. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives OHPO James Wallace Cottage 16. Thematic Category 6 ific Location 28. No. of Stories 2 C N 29- Basement? Yes 0 224 Central 1 . Date(s) or Period No fa C1890 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town if Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design cement block piers Lakeside Steamboat Victorian 31. Wall Construction 8. Sit@ 19. Architect or Engineer frama 32- Roof Type & Material WALIJ VT_ --'I' ow.,14,4--jo, gable-comp shingle C:= a 20. Contractor or Builder r,3 -a LG,3J 33. No. of Bays 6,1k%I@MA.L. n a 2@10ri i I U pparent Front 3 Side 4 )OVE: R. t=r ta - ,Z) ?_3 &&6A1L- - 0 MAK"CRUge, 3.4. W411 Treatment 14 r-A Rair @7_-3 r3 22. Present Use shiplap Cl atJ-k ?-A L Restaurant Plan Shape rectangle 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition Z Private JD (Explain Altered C:3 24. Owner's Name & Address, In #42) Moved LFn g if known Robert D. Martin 37.'Condition U.T.M. Reference 555 E. College Street Interior 11-71131514 11 10 @ 114 16 b F414-1 0 1 Oberlin, 0 Exterior fair-good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 Preservation Yes Z9 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No1X Underway? No 0 Building)b Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes 2 Lakeside Heritage Society By What? No:M Register? No DC Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Ye4 0 14. District Yes 91 40. Visible from Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? No-'@] Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No KI 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-10 f-33 42. Further Description of Important Fea ures .L connects house to Abigail restaura, 36-5 loot addition Mft) Several alterations to outside and inside for restaurant use. Front 2 story porch has wrap around to north (right). first floor is screened. has turned posts with vertiual beaded board railing wall. 2nd floor porch has turned posts and turned spindle railing. elaborat scrolled gingerbread gable ornament in front. scrolls and sawtooth A eMead trim on Lfloor simple scrQlls On 1St, ce@tr4l dW 0 I sical ent, b@an 'gigdows are u c as a re hp6ds. proiecting eaves with s O'D3ng so 1 e wp therbo r 43. History and Significanceybetweem -windows on si dP--,- Mqny yJnP-,-tr;,,d;-Tn;3rk_nf A'higail- nn frnn Lot obtained by James Wallace from the Lakeside Co. in 1890. Nio previos s-Cructure on lot is recorded. Now used in conjunation with the. Abigail Tea Rooln, a restaurant adjacent to the south. rooms of wol:ircers and stora-e upstairs. Cottage is of excellant steamboat detailing 01 ygryt;@Vcalo@oja su3ur.-r- esor@: Important individually and to the distric. Used only in e 0 Res une- ly 5ugus 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings .Mixed summer cottages and year round residences in area- 3000 seat Hoover Auditorium, center C> of summer activity, to south; business section one block west. Central has proportionally moderate-heavy traffic year-round. Nlany trees. much summer activity due to restaurant Hoove ana nearbv Central Park, Lakeside is a Drivate, Methodist-affiliated, summer resort, Nunded 45. Sources of Informatio 873 as religious camp meeting ground. on of few 46. Prepared by r -2. 01V_ P 6 raVAT 9- ILa 37 13 3S 'Remaining in operation. Summer gate fee required. Tom Butcbko Recorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton anization Urilk1`9 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) ._3-78 28 104 i Ohio Histaric Prese'rvation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 0Tr_ X -3 Lakwside Women's Club, Green Gables 2. County OTTAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives R.B. Hubbard-Alice Cooke Cottage OHPO 6.' Specific Location' 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 C N 29. Basement? Ye3 0 17. Date(s) or Period NoXX 161 Walnut 1883 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18 Style or Design cment block piers .Lakeside bothic Victorian 31. Wall Construction - 1rame. S. Site Pla with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer @.Olkral:z LAIKQ M PATIO _-W EJ 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder sttep gable-comp shingl 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 3 061gin5l 34. Wall Treatment UL Summer Cottage 22. Present Use shiplap Summer Women's Club 35. Plan Shape Gr cross-i > apj 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition J0 Private EX (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name &'Xd'dress, Ine#42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. If known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Interior good Lakeside Association 0 1 t__J I I F?l 1315 14 10 R P I 1 1 01015161 236 Walnut, Lakeside 4Y440 Exterior good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0' 38. Preservation Yes 13 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No C:k Underway? No 0 > Building EX Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. O.n National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes E eside Heritage Society By What? No 0 En Register? N.0 Ek Eligible? No 0 Other Surveys in y6s:91 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District TU4 U Hist. Dist.? No 29 Potent'l? No. 0 Public Road? No Jd it. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and PAT- Frontage on Road d-10 f-100 4.2. further Description of Important Features 36-@Drriginal cottage was Greek cross shapedi has had rear 2 story extension with similar steep gable. Porches enclosed and a large one story addition to *north for meeting rooms; modern aluminum windows on addition in front; flat roof. new simple doors. OnlSr remaining porch is on west side (Walnut) on original house later rear extension.- has turned posts but no railing. Origi-. nal windows are excellent Gothic shaped, '212._ windows on south 4941story and 431nif icance /,addition are 1/1. eaves with cornice ascia.. r Ing s bbard wa st ery intricate bargeboard with gingerbread gable pendantt interior brick owner but f or only F . Vchimney. small shed dormer on north side of*east wing., I yeax... Cookes owned from 1884-1928 when Addociation bought for use as Women's Club. Lakeside Fed. of Women d- Clubs meets every summer with clubs Nfrom all over state. Building though &ahged has excelle t. 44. Description of Envi.ronment and 0 utbu lid ings /Gothic features; especially its ornate bargeboard. Located at foor of Walnut and faces Lake Erie and Central Park. Near downtown commercial area i@< I and only 300' from Dock and Hotel Lakeside. Much activity all around in summer, very little in winter. dead end street. Many trees. Lakeside, founded 1875, is a private summer resort 45. Sources of Information /atli.Liateci. witn rletno=st Claircti. Salwatm gatt: e x -W c t s o e a t m 1 r e 1 ea e ort n e d t 2 25 4* L @ 26 27 @te(s) 146. Prepared b 'Dd 'I Recorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton Tom ButcRo 47. Organization OHPO 48. Date 49. Revision te(s) 281) Oh io Historic Prese ration office I U b Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTOR-IC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Lakeside Administration Building OTTAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives OHPO 6. Specific Location 116. Thematic Category 128. No. of Stories 3 D N 29. Basement? Yes 0 17. Date(s) or Period No CIC 3 236 Walnut, at W. Third 1921 > 30. Foundation Mar,@a@ > I 2C 7. City or Town If Rural Township & Vicinity 18. St le or Design assume cemen ock Lakeside +/ 6 a 9;tnish ly,@A LI_ 31. Wall Construction S. Site Plan @ithlls!4_4 A&C Q IL72 19. Architect or Engineer assume cement block/bri p6am CANAa wA , - I Stophlet and Stophlet 32. Roof Type & Ma erTal Foj)j UN9 I @ 20. Contractor or Builder flat with req T e awni s IV 13M See # 27 133. No. of Bays Q a t::3 a 5 7 21. Original Use, It apparent Front Side Administratioh/office bui ;1@ 1J lding 34. Wall Treatment W 22. Present Use stucco CD 0 H \AJA 1-M 0- k*ALL- Administration/office building 35. Plan Shape U -0 11 i . rectangula W 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes. Addition 9) :1> PrIvateX1 (Explain Altered 0 0 9. Coordinates 2 Owner's Name & Address, 4 -in #42) Moved 0. Lat. Long. A known 37. Condition z H U.T.M. Reference Lakeside Association Interior good W 236 Walnut "MI 111711315 14 10 11101 1 1 q 010141ZIO Exterior good 1)> 1-3 Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to restricteff yes ITL 38. Preservation Yes E 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 0 Underway? No 0 Building CX Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Orqanization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 II.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes[@c Lakeside Heritage Society By What? No E Register? No 0c Eligible? No 0 27. Other S .urveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes t #20. Association minutes state 40. Visible from Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? No 0 Potentli? No 0 ' builder bid was between Feich & Public Road? No KI 15. Name of Established District Sons or Alfred Schn urr , both Of 41. Distance from and Sandusky, but do not say which was Fronlage on Road n -inallV awarded the contract. d-15/15 f-130/160 42. Further Description of important Features 36-rear and sides additions have created Fountain Inn, a year round hotel. Most recent, major addition in 1977-8. Front was first floor loggia with 5 rounded arches. central door is new glass and aluminum. -windows on all floors area 1/1. First floor front right window modified 10-12 years ago for post office subeatatiom which is no longer used. Front non-functional cantilevered balcony on thi floor. the projecting false tile roof has large wooden supporting brackets. and side corners 43. History and Significance7have typical sTa-nish facade front, details, Built in 1921 to replace offices on same site. This is the controlling office of this private Methodist owned summer resort/retreat. Started in 1873 as a "Christian summer resort" Lakeside has played a prominent role in Ohio Methodism. Both Ohio Conferences meet here in June. Has 10 week summer seasom staetin end of June that features numerous activitEes, lect S, rpcreation- institutuees and nightly . programs -from classical opera. and symphony . to current 44. Description of Environment and Outbuilding/movies- in Hoover Auditorium.. This building is v_63@y handso Located in middle of Lakeside; /Several of the Association owned buildings are of same Style aeross corner from Auditorium and near commercial area. This is the center of Lakeside in both summer and winter. -busy traffic in summer. parallel parking. 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by L ur le Lakeside Association Minutes Tom Butchko Light and Life of Lakeside-on-Lake Erie, 1923-48, John Harding Butlex. 47. Orqqnization Fostoria, Ohio:Gray Publishing. 1948 OHPO I 48. Da 49. Revision Datell 2-79 C, 106 2 8M) Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lurnbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County OTTAWA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Moses L. Staft. Cottage OHPO 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories .2 C N 29. Basement? Yes 0 No Q 17. Da@elel, or Period 324 Walnut 188?- 30. Foundation Material C stone piers 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design R St-aamboat Victorian 31. Wall Construction frame 8 it . 1latJWThJAeN _J Architect or Engineer El 1 32. Roof Type & Material 4-51 gable-conp, shingl 20. Contractor or Builder 33. No. of Bays C3 Front 3 Side lo@ 0 21. Original Use, If apparent 2 0 RA ISummer Cottage 34. Wall Treatment shiplap 22. Present Use Summer Cottage 35. Plan Shape rec lc@ 3 "ovep- 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Private Q (Explain Altered 0 9@ Coordinates In #42) Moved 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, ion Lat. Long. If known Suzanne C. Cook 37. Condit U.T.M. Reference 3728 Brookside Interior F1 1711151410111011416101014 16 Toledo, Ohio 436o6 Exterior good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 38. Preservation Yes (2 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No Ca Underway? No 0. Building R Object 0 Yes 0 26, Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes{X Lakeside Heritage Society By What? No 9 Register? No R Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of' Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 9 40. Visible from Yes 0 .Hist. Dist.? No _Q Potent'i? No 0 Public Road? NoX3 16. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-1 f-16 42. Further Description of Important Features long and narrow house, one room wide. central double door-on both floors. French windows on first floor front, with 3 panes per side. rounded ornamental window haad the decorative wooden detail, and heavy L molding. 2 story front porch: Ist with simple pbamfered posts and squa e spindle railing. 2nd has CEM5a porch railing, no posts. porch roof is cantilevered and sup ported with large elaborate side brackets. simple gable detail. projecting eaves with sloping soffits. 43. History and Significance Lots leased to Rev. A.C. Barnes by Lakeside Co who then sold to Starr in 1882. Cottages in t immediate area are of aame age and form-long and narrow. These were among the first permanent cottages built. First housing was in board tents surrounding the camp meeting place across -the street where Hoover Auditorium is now. A identical though altered.cottage is to the nort Excellent example of the many fine smaller summer cottages built in this summer reilgiouS res 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Mixed area of summer cottages with few year round homes. Across Walnut is Hoover Auditorium where nightly programs are held during summer season. Downtown area on block north. Lakesid is a privately owned, Methodist operated summer resort-retreat. Gate fee required for admissi mm 45. Sources of Information/auring su er season, many trees, quiet. 46. Prepared by 'A8'hin 1 g lip 2 tang.le b, Je C' Yes No 0 Yes 2@ ? No 0 .1884 Illustrative Map of Lakeside by A.J. Hare Tom Butchko .Recorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton 47. Organization 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) N 1071.- 2 8 n) Ohio Historic Neservation'Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO.HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 4321 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) Hotel Lake'side ,4r ftnty A . 5. Other Name(s) -t- o cation of Negatives 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 3 C N 29. Basement? Yes 0 C 17. bate(s) or Period No W -.50 Maple 1875, 1879, 1889 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design field stone akeside 31f Wall Construction rame ite P1 n wittLNorth Arrowf+k-"- t 19. Architect or Engineer Cz 32. Roof Type & Material 'p=y-T Mr. Tapan Idow t::' - ___V 20._Cont or Bj@@er flat Fir, Wcetwoton IV. 33. No. of B 121. Original Use, if ap rent Front al@ Side 15 Summer Resort Pgotel 134. Wall Treatment L 22. Present Use shiplap, shingle in n 0 Summer Resort Hotel 35. Plan Shape U shaped 23. Ownership Public 0 136. changes Addition M E 9. Coordinates L_4 1-ttlq- Altered IR 1= Isim-e ;_Pt 44( 24. Owner's Name & Address, Moved 0 Lat. Long. If known U.T.M. Reference Lakeside Association good FN_J, 13[ 51319 199 [4-16 1-0 10 P 10 1 Z36 Walnut, Lakeside good . Easting Northing 15. Open to Zone restricted Yes tbc '38 Pres -es M 1G. Public? No 0 Underway? Site 0 Structure C3 No 0 1 P5 Building M Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 M 11.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes IR Lakeside Heritage Society 011 -By What? NoIN Register? No N Eligible? No 13. Part of* Estab. Yes 0 14. District YeSXR 40. Visible from Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? No 93 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? NoIR 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 2a-20 f-220 42. Further b;scription of Important Features 36-original wing is west part. Major additions in 1-879 and 1889; 1889 wing torn down in early 1960's. present cupola replaced much more )rnate centrally located one in 1689; Second floor porch also removed i @arly 1960'so- front NW dining room added in 1947, has picture windows ,lain entrance in center of 187 _5 buildin and faces lake. Has large hea@ryf .9 louble doors and overhead.transom lights which are boarded in. also loubledoors.on each'side,.-windows are also quite large,.4/4. Many in )oth wings. have original wavy gl@_ss. - windows with molded entablature --:7t_"7!tT ;r1m and dog-ear molded corners. large north ana east porches with,large wooden chamfered pos )n wooden pedestals." porch is quite wide with center supporting posts. porch is screened wit ,laborate gingerbread trim with brackets on eaves. boxed eaves on building ha S 3 different ;ypes pf trim. most elaborate is on oridinal west sec-tion with large dentils, brackets and -ound air vent windows. extreme west part(dining rooms.on 1st floor)iba2 story with smaller lentils and elaborate. _fri@ze -.',-:east 1879-addition(shingies) has"small-dentils and ;rim. NE corner has large square observation porch (1889) with double hipped roof-porch is no -onger in use. simil4r but smaller tower in SE corner. Lobby is excellent with superb details ind period furnishings. Large handsomtu? LITTI staircase. Interior has been updated somewhat 45. Sources of Information has original Plan and architectural inte-rity. & dVicinity. I Lino 0 W ood: go:od 46. Prepared by Tom Butchkk .he StoEy of Lakeside, O.L. Shepard Lakeside, 0: Lakeside Assn. 1923 .'his is Lakeside, T8-73-1073, James Allen Kestle, 1973 47. Organization I@akeside, Ohio: First 100 Years,Eleanor Durr, New York:Carlton Press OHPO Inc., 1973..-- 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) _-__2 @_ A - - - - Z -4-4-- AtiTninictration Buildina ,rip I I C_ 43. Significance and History The Hotel Lakeside, along with Hoover Auditorium (19201), are the most symbolic of what Lakesid is. In 1872 a group of local Methodists conceived the idea ol a "christian summer resott" alo the shores of Lakeside. On July 4, 1873 the first camp meeting eas held east of the Hotel. * A: few hundred attended the first meeting but within several years thousands came each summer f, the religious meetings. The Hotel Lakeside was the first major structure built, preceeded onl by simpl wooden cottages and other small buildings. The first part of the hotel consisted of that which contains the main door and 3 windows on each side. In 1879 a 60 room addition was built extending from the front of the original hotel south along Maple Avenue. The archi- tect is not recorded; the builder was McDonald and Rice. The 1889 addition, since removed, wa designed by a Mr. Johnson of Fremont. Travel to Lakeside until the 1920's was primarily by , steamer, with large 400-600 passenger boats making regular runs from Sandusky and connecting at Put-in-Bay with steamers from Toledo, Detroit, Cleveland. These boats all docked right in front of the hotel. The dock originally was built in 1872-73 preceeding the f irsi camp meetirL Numeruss notables have stayed here and have signed the register: President and Mrs. Hayes, whose Civil War Reunion was held here several Thdn Gov. William Harding; Eleanor Roosevelt held an interview in her suite in 194O.when she spoke in Hoover Auditorium. Being the major and fanciest hotel on the grounds it can be safely assumed that many of the politica' musical and religious personalities who.have come to Lakeside have made the Hotel Lakeside their headquarters. The Hotel is one of. only a few large resort hotels in the area which once boasted of many, the most notable the Hotel Victory which burned in 1919 in Put-in-Bay. The architectural details are excellent- the porch, though no longer 2 full stories with 3rd floor wAlk, has very. good gingerbread trim. The unusually large windows are notable in that they still contain a vast majority of the original wavy,.glass. The hotel has seen several minor. changes to adapt to the li,zing style of the present time, but has lost little of its Victorian charm and appeal in the process. Definitly worthy of National Register status. 44. Descri@tion of Environment and Outbuildings. The front (north) of the hotel faces Lake Erie and has excellent views of Kelley@s Island, Put-in-Bay and the Perry Monument. The shore is about 17.5' from the porch. The lawn is a park and has numerous large trees, Mostly silver maples. Nearby are the pavillion and the Lakeside Dock, with swimming and fishing in the summer. To the west are summer cottages; to the east are more c 'ottages a'nd Central Park with basketball, shuffleboard, a playgqound, patt-putt gol.f. The downtown section is to the SE. There are many trees throughout area. Moderate traffic in summer; many.pedestrians. Picture from..... This is Lakeside:18?3-1973, James @llen "estle published VY the Lakeside Association for the 1973*Centennial, Pi een 1875 and IE cture taken betw before 60 room east addition. 4z. Hotel Lakeside and Boathouse, circa 1870's 280 ' Ohio Historic Preservation Office 108 Ohio Historical Center - OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) Heritage Hall 2. County. OTTAWA 5. Okher Name(s) 3. Lo6ation of Negatives OHP First Lakeside Church, Ladies Aid Hall, Fellowship Hall. 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories I C N 29. Basement? Yes 0 238 Maple at West Third 17. Date(s) or Period No Qc S 1875 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design ce.ment block Lakeside 31. Wall Construction frame rr w 19. Architect or Engineer 2-M M I = N 132. Roof Type & Mattrial 20. Contractor or Bullc;6,, - gable-comp shingle t33- No.. of Bays 13 Q -0 n Front Side C @V@ t1s) 21. Original Use, If apparent 1 'Z711 .3 lZor-v- Church 34. Wall Treatment JUT 4 0 shipla-D On 13 Historical museum 35. Plan Shape rectanglEl 17 no 23. Ownership PrivateX3t (Explain Altered 93 0 0 In #42) Moved 0 r Poe tl [I '@' all 24. Owner's Name & Address, ;#A La 'OLo'ng It known Lakeside Association 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference - 236 Wanut Interior good It 1711 J J 4 91 6101 1 @ 610101-4712 @10 Exterior ge)nel Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to restricted, Yes CK 38. Preservation Yes 11C 10. Site 0: Structure 0 .Public? -summer only No 0 Underway? No 0 Building 9 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11.0nNational .Yes 0 12. Is It Yes M Lakeside Heritage Society By What? No Ck Register? No1X Eligible? No 0 27.. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes DC 40. Visible from Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? No Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No,@ 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d_1 0/10 f--V1 /7n 42. Further Description of Important Features - 56-rear shed room, quite,old. When savrd and restored in 1968, bell cupola of plywood riabuilt to replace an earlier one. Because of valuble items displayed, a metal mesh has been place over windows for protection.from break-ins. side windows are 4/1 with simple molded entablature head. front entrance has vestibule of vertical wooden siding. door has wooded heE d: vestiOu has sawtooth gi ngerbread trim at eaves. little gable in front. exterior ge brick chimney on rojecting-eaves ith cornice facsia. small air fouvre in gable. 43. History and Significanc This was the first church in Lakeside, previously neare-dt church was in Danbury. After brick church iburned in fire of 1929) was acquired in 1899' this became Ladies Aid Hall. When present church finished in 1*952 this was sold to Association and became Fellowship Hall and was used for summer activities. Was threatened by destrubtion for a parking lot, when the Hall Club formad ta -q;3 go _vp it. Now hoiises Many Lakeside memorAbilia. pictures. 44. Descn-ption of Environment and Outbuildings Mixed area of summer cottages, year round residences and others. across Maple is new additio-, to the Fountain Inn,- the only year round hotel in Lakeside. Richards House is across corners E-XJ I Commercial area to-,NE. Lakeside is a ivalbt*yoperated summer resort affiliated with the pr _%4-4gdi5__Church. A gate fee is required during the 10 week summer season. Both Ohio Kath. 01 45.'tou'ices of Information Conferences hold annual meetings here in June. 46. Prepared by rn gl 210 2 'J 4 25 . uctu re 0 a e , JbJ26 ct 0 YesM La No 0 27. Yes CX ? No 0 Tom Butchko Plaque on front of Building 47. Organization Recorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton OHPO 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) t' 2-78 ts - - ____ - - 1 -1 __ ___ J, 109 2@ p Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 12 ty OT71- 351-11 Vulgamore Cottage I 179AN 5. Other Name(s) Ul 3. Location of Negatives Parsons Cottage )HPO 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. N o. of Stories Z C N 29. Basement? Yes 0 C" C 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 Sycamore c1881 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town cement block If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design 31. Wall Con struction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer frame 32. Roof Type & Material -ART, 13 '9 -Q a 20. Contractor or Builder gable-asphalt shingle <__ NW Seibert?? 33. No. of Bays - 5Y C &mO 1, w 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 3 Side 2 Summer Cottage 34. Wall Treatment r 22. Present Use board and molded batten 3 Summer Cottage 35. Plan Shape rect 23. Ownership Public 0. 36. Changes Addition:@ Private Ck (Explain Altered 0 9. CoordinAteA 24. Owner's Name & Address, . 1. 1 #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known Dr. Melvin Vulgamore 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Interior - 6505 Boatwright Drive I- i-L F111 1515- 6 1<3 1c) 1 4K010101441 C) I Richmond, Va 23226 Exterior good Zone Easting NoTthing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes C:k 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No (R Underway? No 0 Building [R Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Lakeside Heritage Club By What? No IR Register? No 5d Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab, Yes 0 14. District Yes 40. Visible from YesM Hist. Dist.? No (R Potent'l? No Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-12 f-3-5 42. Further Description of Important Features 35-rear wing rooms added, not intrusive. front porch is screened, with simple posts. front has 3 french door an 1st floor, 2 centrally located on second floor. railing for 2nd floor porch is missing. windows are 2/2 with simple frames. eaves arE r-ojecting with fascia boards. front false center gable in center. arne would expect some type of gingerbread ornamentation but there is rione, 43. History and Significance [CE Parsons acquired lot in 1881, bought from NW Seibert. in Parsons family until sold to Jessie McReynolds in 1906. Several owners, among them Effie Poole Crafts, 1912-33; and Erwood 3 Shanks, 1943-67, when Vulgamore bought. This in one of only a few Lakeside cottages with molded batt@ens, which axe fairly common in Port Cliffiton-many Lakeside contractires were from Port Clinton. Lakeside was founded in 1873 as a Methodist camp meeting and still continues. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings xed area of summer cottages and year round residences. Half block north is second which is the busiest year-round street and also the beginning of the small---.commercial section. Hotel N La.keside,1875, and Lake Erie are one block north. quiet area though can be some noise during N summer, Yes 0 io_ 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Q1_J lecorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton Tom Butchko 18814 Illustrative Map of Lakeside by A.J. Hare 47. Organization 0HF0 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) t2-78 I 28q) Ohio Historic Preservation Office 3.3-0 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211- - 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Ballou Cottage OTTAWA .5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives A.G. Bryan Cottage OHPO Z:@ 6. Specific Location 016. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 C N 29. Basement? Yes 0 17. Date(s No 5 1@ or Period 238-Sycamore, at West Third 1 78 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 118. Style or Deslgq cement block piers -Lakeside Steamboat Victorian 31. Wall Construction 8- Site Pl4n ith North Arrow 19.- Architect or'Engineer frame A) N 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor'or Builder gable-comp, shingle J3 L) 1311@1 lu,7 G. Bernhard ?? 33. No. of Bays A3 h3l) 21. Original Use, It apparent Front 1 Side 2 Summer Cottage 134. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use shiplap Summer Cottage 35- Plan Shape T -ri nuf p Addition:p 23. Ownershl- Public 0 36. Changes Private)O (Explain Altered 0 Lat. Long. 24. Owner's Name & Address, In #42) Moved 0 It known Sarah BalloU on U.T.M. Reference 53 Japonika Drive Interior T2 13 15 13 @ I I q 61010 1 Cincinnati,O 45218 Exterior good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yis 0 38. Preservation Yes Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No a Underway? Nog Building a. Object 0 1126. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes X) Lakeside Heritage Society By What? No Ck Register? No Ek Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of' Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes M Mist. Dist.? No Ck Potent'l? No 0 40. Visible from Yes 0 Public Road? No M M Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-10@19 f-33/55 42. FuIrther Description of Important Features 36-north side of first floor porch enclosed, shed rooms in rear. large 2 story porch. Ist floor has square wooden pillars with elabora e sW-11 side scrolls. 2nd floor porch has dombined decorative 2x4s C as postst also@ with-olaborate side scrolls. Both floors have lattice type railing with wider spacing on 1st floor. elaboate gingerbread ism" ornament and pendant on front gable with -sawtooth trim. front center of s bayed windows are 2/2. doors and windows have decorative scrolly peaked he projecting e ve 43. History and Slgnlficanc@with cornice fascia, rear exterior end brick chimney, Lot leased to Dr. G.Bernhard in 1878 and leased again to Bryan in 1878. Was in Bryan family until 1913. Sbveral owneys since;Lillibell Towle'42-65, Ballou since 1965. House has very excellent gingerbread for.such an early Lakeside house. Notable that lattice railing on 2nd floor is on smaller scale to appear lighter than the first. The early small cottages have a porch arrangement; this type is typical of the larger cottages-2 floor porche 44. Description of Environment and putbuildings Mostly summer cottages with some year round houses. Downtown and area of most activity is I and 2 blocks east. Lake Erie is 2 blocks noritho Streets are fairly narrow, many trees Area is quiet and peaceful. Lakeside is a privately -owned summer resort affiliated with the mot.hneli<4 eh11-rn]2_ Gate fpp is, rt-qiiirf-d ftring 10 week summer season o progeams and events. L: ,@@-MW -7 1, on inter! Exte, L41211 r 7 45. Sources of Information/ Lakeside was founded in 1873. 46. -Prepaydtb u Mko TOM c Recorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton Z 1884 Illustrative map of Lakeside by A.J. Hare, 47. 06ffeation 48. Date 49. Revision Da4wmj .@2-78 28@) Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY' Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) (3-T I I - I - 13 J. Morgan Cox Cottage 2. County OTTAWA 5. Other Name(s) &fa:ation of Negatives George Heller-Thompson 6. Specific Location 16. fh-6matic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 C N 29. Basement? Yes 0 Sycamore 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 c1885 psM@Tft'ed in 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design @fith cement blocks, Lakeside Stick Style 31. Wall Construction 8 ite R h Arrow f 19. Architect or Engineer frame 20. Contractor or Builder 33. No. of Bays L 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 4 Side 3 1:3 VgAk/T ii-e7 Summer Cottage 34. Wall Treatment 013 ED L 00 LL 22. Present Use shiplap Summer Cottage 35. Plan Shape T 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 6oolc%nat@s_ 7 '-1 Private K) (Explain Altered 0 Lat. Long. -N 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 if known J. Morgat\ Cox 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference P.O.Box - Interior 11 17 1 b b 1319 13 10 1 1416 10 10 131 3101 Canton, 0 44711 Exterior good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes 0 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No N Underway? No 0 Building k) Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes 9 Lakeside Herita-_!3e Society By What? No Q Register? No:O Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys 1.1 P J_ 13. Part of' Estab Yes 0 14. District Yes M Hist. Dist.? No [7 Potent'l? No 0 40. Visible from Yes 0 Public Road? No M 15. Name of Established District u" 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-1 0 f-33 Mscription of Important Features 42. Furth;r F@_-ont 2 story porch wraps around on both sidei@. 1st has uooden pillars with heavy horizonkal railing. 2nd has wooden chamfered posts with lighter railing. posts on 2nd floor have side scrolls, in front are wide arches with scroll decorative gingerbread; very good. projec ing eaves with cornice fascic. windows are 2/2, mostly doors 'onto porebeso' ttbrs,,.4 n and d s doors in front are twin. windows and some doors have functional shut*rs',14 ows have ornate entablature heads with 2 corbels. north interior end bric@Zhimney; south 43. History and Significance @exterior end stuccoed chimney. rear 2 story sned. addition may not be Yoriginal butis rather old. Lot leased by Lakeside Co to Georgw Heller in 1885, assume house built soon after. Half inter sold to Nancy Thompson in 1887, in Thompson family for many years. Ethel Thompson* Matz sold interest in 1930 to Rose 1111ullen. present owner bought from Jessie Niullen in 1963. house ha C) excellent Victorian details: many porches are very typical of Lakeside summer cottages. C> 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Prirarily area- of summer cottages, with some rear round residences in next blocks. 1-11any of cottages are only 3-5 feet apart. Vacant lots to north are from 2 cottages that burned in W late 1060's. One was thought to be the oldest in Lakeside. Many trees, quiet year round,"' t Lakeside is a 12rivate, !,ipthodist affiliated resort, founded in 1873 as a camp meeting ground. T I 2- 45. Sources of Information Plany activities, programs in 10 week summer season. J,1,e,%aV,& M YGr6unds surrounded by fence. Summer gate fee.- Recorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton 47 nization 48. Date 49. Revision Date(3) M 3-78 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Clyde Steele Cottage OTTAWA 5. Other Name(3) 3. Location of Negatives C.W. Tanneyhill Cottage ., OHPO . .. - . @. . 1. @ . q . L .... . I @ - I - 28. No. of Stories 2 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category C N 29. Basement? Yes 0 17. Date(s) or Period No a 238 Lynne, at Third 1882 30. Foundation Material cement block C 7. Cit or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Steamboat Gothic Victorian 31. Wall Construction. Meside \PJZ571- % I :r frame 8. site "a 4tb@ N10 h ALr@w - &kw 19. Architect or Engineer 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder gable-comp shingle C1 11 33. No. of 8 3 Front Side 2 .n.a.ja 21. Original Use, It apparent vo U 0 Cottage 34. Wall Treatreent aniplap 3 22. Present Use Cottage 35. Plan Shape T 36. Changes Addition KI Z3 23. Ownership Public 0 PrIvate4X (Explain Altered 0 1 9. Coordinates k,)q@E In #42) Moved 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, Lat. Long. If known Clyde Steele 37. Condition U.T.M. keference Interior 1:7 2228 Pine Ridge Drive 010141210 Exterior good Ho 13:15 13 P 1-CF-01 FqT1 i Wy_Qk(-1 iff , Ohio Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 3a. Preservation Yes ZK 0 Public? NoXX Underway? No 13 10. Site 0 Structure 0 V. Building)p Object 0 39. Endangered? Yes 0 26. Local Contact Person or OrgaLnization 11.OnNational Yeso 12. Is It Lakeside tieritage Society By What? No IN LF Register? No:0 Eligible? No 0 27., Other Surveys In Which Included 13. Par't of.Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 99 40. Visible from Yes 0 Hist. Dlst.? NoXX,. Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-15/20 f--66/60 42. Further Description of Important Features 56-rear 2 story shed additon, shiplap, is similar to.rest of house. Front 2'story porches wrap on both sides. 1st floor has rock-faced cement block.piers-and railing wall and is screened. 2nd floor has chamfered posts with wooden railing. Intricate lacy wooden ginger- by @?read arch detail on front. 2 large wooden brackets on 2nd floor @door support'porch roof. windows are 2/2. double central door on bobh r windows have decorative heads with scroll.detailS. also have functio, shutters, inter 43. History and Significance /end brick chimneV. projecting eaves-with-slo ing-soffits avo.W. Tanneyhill acquired lot in 1881 from the Lakeside Company, the developing authority. Assume house built so' On after. Has had numerous owners, present since 1961. Longest was William H. Ellery from 1946-61. House has superb Victorian gingerbread details-second floor ottages in this -3 porch archwork is exceptional. The porches are very typical of the summer c > f L rpligiolis retreat/resort. Tanneyhill ias the ?$ana atEside frop Lan-1204&ta of , 1glu s aRniod eat changed ain e ale o si e - ion..., c .19 for 44. Description of Environment and OutbuildinO tb the Lakeside. Cam-pmeefga Asso J_ r4 'r a are quite LO M Residential neighborhood withir/J=vL16,z: 6.UUU.1LU.. ck)" er, oftbn no more than 5 feet and generally no more than a driveway. no t_4 close to each oth t room for on street-parking. One wa:y streets;Lynn is south to north; 3rd is sHast to eas 45. Sources of Information 46.'- Prepared by Recorders Office in Court House-Port Clinton Tnm Biitchko 411 0 anization In This is Lakeside 1873-1973, James Allen Kestle Shown on 1884 Illustrative map of Lakeside 48. Date 49. Revislon DakItle(s) 2-78 28t) Ohio Historic Preservation Office. Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC -INVENTORY Co.lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) C@T_J - @_)46 - 1) Peninsular News-_'@@-_inting Ao y 01 UV 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Old Lak6side Derot GH-20 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 1 C F 1-1.1 29. Basement? Yes 0 7. Date(s) or Period Nola south of the fen rt 710 Cedar Street 'of Lakeside-on-La7 -E-ie C c1887 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity IS. Style or Design stone-ement Lakeside 31. Wall Construction 8 Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer frarne 32. Roof Type & Material -cor 20. Contractor or Builder gable qp shingle r 33. No. of Bays iu 0 Front 2 Side 4 21. Original Use, if apparent Railroad Station 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use boax-d and batten tz t-a- M 11 ew spaper- inting Office erectang e 35. Plan Shap 1:71 Public 0 36. Changes Addition,EX rwX 23. Ownership Private Ej (Explain Altered 0 6bordinates in #42) Moved 0 24. Own M 37. Condition 9 er's Name & Address, Lat. Long. If known R interior good U.T.M. Reference . @'_; 11 - Er;e Beach Ro-d W F T11 13 Lr- L' 1 13101 1 Ll.1 519 19 1 1i 01 01 La.1-1-e-side, 0 43440 Exterior Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 3a. Preservation Yes'10 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 0 Underway? No 0 t4 0 Building Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or 0 39. Endangered? Yes 0 By What? No 13 ll..OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes 0 R. Neil .e- -ens Register'.) No E3 Eligible? No 0 tAq/ h I n, not p--resently 13. Part-of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes (2 . ... . 40. Visible from Yes a Hist. Dist.? No 0 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-4o f-6o ;2. Further Description of Important Featlures be of sRme age but 0 36- to west of main depot is the freight room, Tna-@ t-4 plain in style and detailing. t=1 Battens are- Simply molded. windows are 1/1 @.,_Jthornamental t-4 scrolls and semi- dof:@-e:arz. la-e wooden ho zw@ - scrolled '!=ckets support wicle overhanging Qaves a.-d- 2 doors on each side have tall tra-som windows. 2 interior brick r@> ) sides. t-5 !^F-dini- Dlatforms on north, east am@ o" ch;-mnevs. 43. History and Significance The Narb1e"-_!:_d and Lakeside Railli-ne cane in 1887, cannectin;7- these o t owns _1 - t_; - ::> LI with the D-.nbilry Depot. Used -Drir.@-.rily to IU-o ran to the C"Lerpong .9 dock in :".a --head where steamers from Sandusky u-loaded. 'A''Iso connect--d by r_ail -,',o _72,andusky Port Cl3nton, and '.Poled.o. Lines have been c-_:-,-_'1ete1y ab_@--ndoned for 1.C.: --e-nrs- were used . locally b-.., Standard 'Slag C' 0 , The `ews, only Danbury Ira-per, a, w e e!-,- I Y (quarr,,) Description of Environment and 0 u t b u i I d i n g sT_ n@,_T, .-;a s I o -,1!,; 1 n Y es, 0 0 a @N N, Located- so--:th of the taresi6e fence, so not in p-roper. !-a!:;: e s etr_niler --_-rk/car.9,T) around to south, enclo7,e6 bv chain link fenc@@. 7 nediate ar-,,@R. -is cver=--o,.;n, mostly due to +.he F-b-andonement of the railroad trac?zz.. !"'edar Strc-pt -ate ir+o `akes4d.e Is % I - C_@ - _' -!'- 0 e 'L, . r. 1, c F7 P, d r -* n. a 1. 0 summer season, --_'-,trP_ncn_ via we-,t 7ate on S 45. Sources of Information .146. Prepared by !A!Tht and. L-.-F'e of 0- Butc'r-"" o Butler, -7o'= 'ardinj@r, a7, _-ri@ 1 T@ _1 A - 1. 4. 4.1-- F 291) Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1., o" 4. Prese nt Name(s) 017- 5-14- 1( Hurst and Marian Anderson Residence Z 2. County Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives "Edgewood Park" - William Gamble Estate C'Specific Location 16. Thematic Catego-@-F_y @8. No. of Stories 2 C 29. Basement? 0 0 Yes 99 rt 0 rt 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 1317 Harsh c. 1880 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Stone Marblehead Italianate/Second Empire Cot taE1@rr7V9TA-U-on-sXrucTion 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Wood Frame 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Truncated hip/Asphaltsh I-Af- ECte'- 33. No. of Bays Front Side 21. Original Use, if apparent 3 3 =r -0 - RL-gidence 34. Wall Treatment W 13 22. Present U se Aluminum siding r1t Residence 35. Plan Shape Square 0 Z ;J 0) 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition (2 CL 3 Private G9 (Explain Altered 13 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known P. 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference P.R. Anderson, 33 Park Dr. Interior Excellent 1 hi 1.916'141 71SIol 141blolc)141(,@C)l Pittsford, New York Exterior Excellent Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Y;-SD- hir*-Mra (D 10. Site 0 Public? No 0 Underway? Structure 0 No 0 Building M Object 0 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization Fr Endangered? Yes 0 0 11-OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes C9 Ottawa County Historical Societ: By What? No CS @d (D Register7 No E Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included En 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 FJ- Visible from Yes M Hist. Dist.? No M Potent'l? No IR Public Road? No 0 15., Name of Established District Distance from and Frontage on Road 901/120' 42. Further Description of Important Features Seven gabled dormers andthreebrick chimneys are featured above the llw@@ QQ 0 roof cornice and a narrow frieze board follows below. Most windows (D - CD -hung 2 -treated above with carved designE 0 are double /2 lights and are Z and pedimented hoodmolds. Transom light is present over the front door. Rooms have been added in back and the original front porch has been replaced. 43. History and Significance F- William Gamble was the son of James Gamble, a founding partner in Proctor & Gamble. William served as a vice-president of the company. The current owner is a past president 5 of American University, Washington D.C.,and a past administrator of Lakeside. 0 A) 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a'residential area along the shore of Lake Erie. Well landscaped with trees, shrubs, flowers and native stone walks and terraces. Immediately adjacent to east gate of Lakeside. 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by 9@ LO Observation, Mr. & Mrs. Hurst Anderson, Lakeside Ohio: First 100 Kyle Johannsen " I- 47. Organization Years, Auditors Records C C 48. Date 49. Revision DaTe_(S) A) (n 3/81 01 @31 30 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) OTT-S-9 I - Z John Doss Residence 0 2. County Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives James Residence CAC - RGRIT 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 !14 M.O.K.E.C 29. Basement? Yes 0 0 509 Francis St. 17. Date(s) or Period No:121 0. c. 1860 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Desig@ Limestone ashlar rt Marblehead Greek Revival / Italianate 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow -1@ 19. Architect or Engineer Wood frame i f- fV 32. Roof Type & Material FErey 00C K 20. Contractor or Builder Gable/Asphalt shgl. 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 4 Side 3 Residence 34. Wall Treatment Bevel1e__cTT___ 22. Present Use siding w. endbds. 0 Residence 35. Plan Shape L Z UL W 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 cl3 Private:p (Explain Altered 0 0 9. Coordinates in #42) W 24. Owner's Name & Address, Moved 0 Lo Lat. Long. if known John Doss @0 37. Condition (D U.T.M. Reference 509 Francis St. Interior Excellent to F1 1-711 S1 -,-10 4 14, 10 1 6)10 LA 1(, 10 1 Lakeside-Marblehead, Ohio Exterior Excellent (D Easting 25. Open to 0 Zone Northing Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes PS 0 10. Site0 Structure 0 Public? No Z Underway? No 0 (D Building IR Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 111.OnNational Yes 0 12. Is It YeslR Ot7t';;Wz C ntv Historical Socie ByWhat? No 0 Register? No [R Eligible? NO LJ 27.1 Other Surveyi 13. Part of' Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes El 40. Visible from Yes[R Hist. Dist.? No IR Potent'l? No K Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road -7,'4 200'/.5 acre U1 42. Further Description of Important Features A wide frieze board follows beneath the wide eave. Windows are 0 mostly double-hung 1/1 and are treated with carved and pedimented hoodmolds. A Gothic window is also featured on the north face. Z The front porch displays upper wood ornament, lattice and turned columns and the front door features two arched windows. A wood water table circles the building and a cellar entry is found in back, A shiplap-sided garage has been added in back. M (0 43. History and Significance This home has been continuously ownecl_F77E mily of PO Urbana, Ohio. The family owned and-operated a stone quarry at Marblehead and James Park M and the Jamestown section in Marblehead were named after them. The original owner of the house is believed to have been John Hough James, a leading Whig politician in Ohio as well as a well-known lawyer, banker, farmer, editor, lecturt:r, writer, and railroad builder His san jnhn T4pnr3z James was an important stone dealer. Alice Archer James, the wife(over, 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a*residential area along the south shore of Lake Erie. Lot is well landscaped with trees and stone terraces. The adjoining ferry dock originally served as the dock for the JamesQuarry. 45. Sources of information CD 46. Prepared by Observation, Mr. John Doss, Auditor's records, A Buckeye Titafi, Kylt- Tnlin nqpn History of Ohio, vol. V. 47. Organization CAC/ODOE 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) Spring ,1 81 43. (Continued) of John Hough James II and daughter-in-law of John Henry James, was a noted Ohio author and artist.. The home itself is an excellent example of Greek Revival architecture, mixed with Italianate and quasi-Gothic elements. 116 31 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lurnbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 01T- 6 dq (1 4. Present Name(s) Z 2. County Standard Slag Apartments P Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC, BGSU F iederich Roesling Residence 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 @3 C, Q 29. Basement? Yes [R 0 0 525/526 Limestone 17. Date(s) or Period Cellar No 0 C 1870 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Limestone ashlar Marblehead Italianate 31. Wall Construction S. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Stone ashlar 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Truncated hip/aSDhal Friederich Roesling 33, No. of Bays shgl. 21. Original Use, If apparent Front Side 5- 4 Residence 34. Wall Treatment 22. Present Use Rough cut limestone Residence-apartments 35. Plan Shape Irregular Z 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 3 Private ZI (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates in #42) 24. Owner's Name & Address, Moved 0 D) Lat. Long. if known Standard Slag Co. - 37. Condition > U.T.M. Reference Marblehead Stone Division, 522 Interior 1/ 17113 1.@_ k516-1.3 1 0 Lakeside-Marblehead, Ohio Exterior Good 1411, 161011 rt El Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes M (D 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? Nof) Underway? No 0 0 Building J0 Object 0 39. Endangered? rt 26. Local Contact Person or Organization Yes 0 11.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes P9 Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No IS Register? NoJD Eligible? No 0 27, Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes[2 40. Visible from Yes 9 Hist. Dist.? NoEl Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 30'/ 42. Further Description of Important Features Important features include; a frieze board with frieze windows; 0 flush stone corner quoins; double-hung 2/2 windows with plain lintels and sills; outside doors topped by transom lights; a one- rL M Z story bay; cut stone steps with a floral motif before the front porch; a front porch supported by sawn columns and pilasters; a stone water table and a low stone wall which guards the cellar entry The porch has been screened-in on the north, a south entry (over) 0 (D 43. History and Significance This building is an excellent example of Italianate architecture. Friederich Roesling operated a stone quarry in Marblehead (1870-1887) and supplied some of the stone used to P1 construct the American locks at Sault Ste. Marie. Prior to 1870, Roesling had been a M W contractor and builder and had built the lunatic asylum and Bessemer Steel Works at Newburg' r:@ Ohio. M 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings 8.1 Located in an industrial area. The quarry office and a concrete block garage are also Un found on the property and the stone quarries and quarry buildings are found across Main r1i Street to the south. t-n 45. Sources of Information Observation, 1881 Historical Hand..Atlas, "Biography of Friederich 46. Prepared by Kyle Johannsen Roesling" 47. Organization (D BGSU ODOE U) 48. ate 49. Revision Date(s) 0 (D tSnrinq 81 42. (Continued) has been replaced by-glass block and the eave soffit has been replaced by aluminum siding. 1\ 117 32a) Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lurnbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) (DTT- (9 d, 5-- 1 @ Z 2. County Standard Slag Property P Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of N atives CAC, BGS? Marblehead Roundhouse 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories F,D 29. Basement? Yes 0 0 Main Street 0 17. Date(s) or Period No[R c) rt 1903 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Limest one ashlar Marblehead Romanesque 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow IN 19. Architect or Engineer Stone ashlar 1- 14 Y. f- N 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Stepped gable/compositi 33., No. of Bays Front Side 21. Original Use, if apparent 4 34. Wall Treatment Rminrihmi gp ca 22. Present Use Rough cut limestone Cn @Tv Storage 35. Plan Shape Rectangular Z LV 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 CD 9. Coordinates Private [5a, (Explain Altered 0 24. Owner's Name & Address in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known standard Slag Co. - Ln 37. Condition F- U.T.M. Reference Marblehead Stone Division, 522 Interior P; 1/ 1711,3 ISI 514 151ol JqJ5Jq Ig 1<1 Jq I CJ Limestone, Lakeside-Marblehead,O Exterior Fair Zone Easting 25. Open to Northing Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes 0 0 10. Site 0 structure 0 Public? No R Underway? No 0 (1) Building KI Object 0 tl 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 rr 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes [@S Ottawa County Historical Societ By What? N o PaS .Register? No R) Eligible? No 0 27, Other Surveys i 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes [X Hist. Dist.? No 0 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 90'/ 42. Further Description of Important Features A -stepped gable in front is high- lighted by hipped caps and a round stone arch is found under the 0 highest step. The eleven round arched openings on the east and west =r sides are divided into 5 small and 6 large openings with the original C7,Z F-w doors constructed of wood and featuring a fanlight design above and M 3 multi-paned windows below. New glass block windows are found along M the north face. Many of the openings have been rep1raced by modern CO garage doors or h ve been blocked in with-concrete. Additions,(over)l 43. History and Significance 0 This building served as the Marblehead roundhouse for the locomotives operating on the Lakeside and Marblehead Railroad. The Lakeside and Marblehead Railroad operated from 1886 0 to 1964 and its locomotives hauled rail cars filled with stone from the quarries to either r_ the Marblehead stone dock to be loaded onto the boats or to Danbury Station to be sent for use in the steel mills of eastern Ohio and northern West Virginia. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in an industrial area with the quarry buildings and stone quarries of Standard Slag located immediately behind this building. 45. Sources of inform 46. Prepared by Observation, KulTitor's records, Mrs. Marian Byrd, "The Lakeside and Marblehead Railroad Company" Kyle Johannsen 47. Organization CAQrODOE 48... Date 49. Revision Date(s) SiDrine . 1'81 42. (Continued) have been made on the west and south sides, and a concrete block oil house has been attached to the southeast corner of the roundhouse. 32b) Ohio Historic Preserv2tiOn Office Ohio Historical Centpr OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) 67r- 3 6 6 Marblehead Depot Z' 2. County OTTAWA 5. Other Name(s) 6H@Vation of Negatives tories 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of S F 29. Basement? Yes 0 0 West Main Street 17. Date(s) or Period No C1889 30. Foundation Material limestone 7. Cit or Town if Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Marblehead 31. Wall Construction 8. Site-Plan with N -- row SIZ45 19. Architect or Engineer frame 32.,Roof Type & Material gable-asphalt shingle 20. Contractor or Builder 33. No. of Bays Front Side 21. Oriqinal Use, if apparent 6 0 %63 mvr-vj Railroad.De' 34. Wall Treatment Ca A-@@ hl.&SAJ 15-ITr pot board and batten U) 22. Present Use ID T. T Vacant-Storage 35. Plan Shape rect 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 ered0 Private Jd (Explain Alt 9. Coordinates in #42) Moved 0 7 24. Owner's Name & Address, Lat. Long. if knownStandard Slagt 37. Condition Interior fair U.T.M. Reference division of Chemstone A r11 1-@>@515rfl(olOl 14410101CA3101 Marblehead, 0 43440 Exterior fair Zone Easting Northi 9 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes 0 Site D Structure 0 Public? No EX Underway? No 0 Building 0 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? - Yes 0 11. On Nati onal Yes 0 12. Is It Yes N Keith Pearson, @ Standard Slag By What? No 0 Register-7 No 50 Eligible? No C3 Othor Rtirvr*vc if, IAIW-11- 1-1-4-4 deterioration 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 0. Visible from Ye!pa Hist. Dist.? No X] Potent'l? No EX Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 1 .Distance from and Frontage on Road d-4o f-2oo 42. Further Description of Important Features typical long train structure with excellent though fairly simple curved brackets supporting overhang. windows are 2/2, windows and doars have fine molded peaked surrounds. Large end door has diagonal boarding pattern and transom lighti, small interior brick chimney. 43. History and Significance Built around 1888to serve the termination of the Lakeside-Marblehead Railroad, which was built in the two previous years to connect with the New. York Central at Danbury Station. Depot has been vacant for years. Owner bperates the large limestone quarry adjacent. The .railroad was never a major method to transporting the limestone; freightor docks are immediate y north nf dpnotp about .300 yarda 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Small town, mixed commercial, residential and industrial. To southeast is the major facility of the q@zarry, Conveyor to loading dock crosses Main Streetadjacent to west. There is often eav t Vck traffic carrying stone from quarry to docks. Across street is Fire Department, Mnyall and 3 small businesses. r C @, - -VT 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by Keith Pearson-111anager of Standard Slag Co Tom Butchko Restle, James Allen, This is @-akeside- 1873-1973, Official centennia' % L47. Organization history for L&keside Association 011PO 24' .148. Date 149. Revision Date(s) 12-78 32C) Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Centpr OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 4. Present Name(s) bTr-367-11 Marblehead Engine House nty 5. Other Name(s). 3. @8cation of Negatives HE. 01 28. No. of Stories 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category F 29. Basement? Yes 0 No C'X 17. Date(s) or Period West Main Street c1888 .30. Foundation Material limestone @7@r%Ye'gelaoX n It Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design xe//7 41) Es cu E 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer cut limestone LA. Y-< E-7-x19 32. Roof Type & Material 'a 20. Contractor or Builder gable-asphalt shingle 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 3 Side . 2 U Railroad Engine House 34. Wall Treatment MA A I N -C)14%0 22. Present Us cut limestone bloc e ks Vacant-Storage 35. Plan Shape rect 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 PrivatOPJ (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known Standard Slag Co, 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference division of Chemstone Interior-. FMI 15-15-1131 Marblehead, Ohio 413440 Exterior fair Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes E) 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No IR Underway? NoX3 Buitdinglxo Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes IR 1I.OnNational Yeso 12. Is It Keith Peaxson @ Standard Slag By What? No 0 Register? No Z Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included deterioration-misus 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes 17, Hist. Dist.? No 0 Potent'l? No QX' Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-W f-150 42. Further Description of Important Features Large round end doors with brick edge. large wooden doors. windows are extremely tall. small eaves on both front and sides. excellent stone masonry work-all materials quarried locally. building is quite large and massive, little detail work. 43. History and Significance arblehead Railroad ended here after Built to house-@and protect railroad cars, Laks%ide-M connecting the two sr-all towns with the New York Central at Danbury Station. Marblehead was essentially a company town involved with the quarrying of limestone; the quarry which is one of the largest in the state. Engine house has been vacant and unused for many years, Although a quarry operated engine does 3= rarely 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Mixed commercial residential and industrial. Limestone quarry to the southeast. Fire Station, raxket, and VFW across Street. Residential areas to north and east. Very much a small town atmosphere, though many tourists in area during summer. 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by N, Keith Pearson-Manager of Standaxd Slag Tom Butchko Kestle, James Allen, This is -Lakeside, 1873-1973. Official centennial 47-60ift yization history for the Lakeside Association 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 12-78 33) Ohio Historic Preservation Office, .12 0 Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 I. No. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County 0 rr-3 4 5*- Holy Assumption Catholic Church OTTAWA- 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives Russian Orthodox 6. Specific Locaii"on 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of'Stories 1 D N 29. Basement? Yesig pate(s) or Period No 0 114 East Main Street 19o6 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town It Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design cut limestone 'Marblehead 31. Wall Construction B. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer cut limestone bi-D e- 4V 32. Roof Typ & Materia M&7ug hip-asph< shinAe 20. Contractor or Builder C, a 33. No. of Bays 21 Original Use, if apparent . Front 3 Side 3 Mutch 34. Wall Treatment y-_IA5-16Zx It 22. Present Use cut limestine VA &;2b 'Ft- TAA Church 35. Plan Shape rect &P-F-Sk r- 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 Private:p (Explain Altered C1 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known 37. Condition pod U.T.M. Reference Holy Assumption Catholic Church Interior C__ 11arblehead, Ohio 43440 13151613 10 10 1 !41-5 1 91919101 Exterior good Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes JE) 38. Preservation Yes 6d 10- Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 0 Underway? No Q Building X) Object 0 26. Local.Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes El 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is it Yes 0 Ottawa County Historical Societ By What? No 0 Register? No IN Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys 13. Part of' Estab. Yes C3 14. District ? Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? 40. Visible from Yes 2 NoXD Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road d-1.5 f-100 42. Further Description of impo7rt Features central pxtially inset tower with pyramidal roof, bulbous onion doie ,.cross. inset gable over louvred belfry. windows are small with rounded arched upper,lights. double door into tower also with round fanlight. boxed eaves/cornice is quite good. at front corners of main roof are small onion domes, characteristic of the eastern and. orthodox churches. Interior in exceptionally beautiful, a rather srall church. 43. History and Significance iike its neignbor across =reet, St Mary *@- B_ MTt� _Mbholie, th church was the home church for many of the Eastern Eurpoean immigrants who came to the @ia@rble._?-_@ head stone quarries around 1890-1910. Services here were also in languages other than Englis until recently. In 1974 the church adopted the Gregorian Calender from the Julian. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Across street is old St. Flary's and the churches cementery and the Marblehead cementery. Ver close to Lake Erie. To rear is portions of the extensive limestone quarry, which is said to be the largest in the state. Heavy summer traffic due to large tourism business. 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by 7 ----------- @A Corner Stone-see back Tom Butchko 47. Ordanization OHP 48. Dat*-149. Revision Date(s) 12-78 34 121, Ohio Historic Preservation Office - - Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 �WM E- 0- - -- - - - 1. NO. 4. Present Name(s) 2. County Alexander Clemons house GTTAUA 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives A OLITP10 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 4-Ye C H 1 1 1-- 29. Basement? Yes in ,133 Clemons Street 17. Date(s) or Period No 13 C1850? 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design cut limestone Marblehead 31. Wall Construction fA. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer cut li'mestone OLP-51'. MARY5 -14TIjOLIC 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder runcated hip-comp shin most probably Alex. Cle-pons 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, it apparent Front 6 Side 2. Z Rsidence 3f , K@,1,14.Treatnriept resent Use ... d in Vacant-Surner Use I. M: I F TV @ J t J:2 P rzm L 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition IN Coordina s Private M (Explain Altered 0 C in #42) Moved 0 24. Owner's Name & Address, Lat. Long. it known A Leahmon of 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Fremont Interior 11171 -- 14161010 10101 good 13) @"J 3 10 1 1 Exterior Easting Northi 25. Open to Zone ng Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes c 10. Public? No Underway,7 Site Structure 0 No 13 Building 0 Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National 12. Is It By What? No 13 Yes C3 Yes 0: 0 Ltawa County ilistorical Society nen-lect- ressure for Register? No Ea Eligible? No 0 -Dr I me la -e front locat4, n 13. Part of Estab. Yes 14. District Yes 0 4U. visible from Yes Hist. Dist.? No Potent'l? No)ED Public Road? No 13 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and F itage on Road d- 0 f-i00 42. Further Description of Important Features 36- rear cement block garage added with weatherboard 2nd floor. Extremell, large raised house, only 2 steps down to basement IZ@ievl prominent wooden belvedere on top center. windows are 1/1 w ;ry 07 small windoi-,s )n topmost or full story. Two entrances face lake: right hasrecessed door with 2 Tuscan columns -freestandin!T;and most unusual bannister forri in stone or cement. also has side li--hts and t-. abea@k @rnsorq-- -n S. left -.orcl- has LL,larae ch-mfered stuccoed col@=5 j.Ago ynt?,yecess?d,Tq-r boxed cornice IqTth no frieze. sim-)-e mo -a -in s in r r ftone interior 43. History and Significance/encz chimneys on eash end. Alexander Clemons was a remarkable man. A maine native, he care to the area in 1817, member of the Clemons Family that was to own large tracts of 'das first Of the quar-riers of limestone, an industry ti7at was to 'bring dozens of Eastern European ir-Lmi,-I-ants to ".!arblehrad. not.-d- 'ouilder of zrib dock@;; a. devout IEethodist, -*+ -.:--zs h-q dream o-F' a camp ground. that 0 ti OL. @-. -L - led t@ e constructi on of t e .-,e feun-11in7 of ake.)ide in 1873. Though over 0, he supervise(I h 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildingst'lrsT- (10C-A- !;Uu6tt 1L; rL Fouse fac-S, "he lake, rO' to the north. A lar.-c- st-eri, stone and cement breakwall nrotects t.-@ - '-use "-om sudden and dan-erous storms on T.a'keG npir@hborin@r @--o e-. are srall Ione. r @Fth rea ipmons Stroe wooden ones, pla@n r Nu.!7@rous trees. 1,,x6e! ta es 41 e P 'n"' -7 er-Fil Tant view of elleys ..,..ar 45 Sources of Injor ti r C! kLato@ [;;;;@l 13 1 46. Prepared by 8 71-1 of Ottawa County-Port Cl'n,'on L-ibrary @`:!.--nor, Lakeslr:,e, Ohio: The 7First 100 Ysars, York:Carlton @on Butchko 47. Organization Press, 10173. OH P() 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 34b) Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. NO. 4. Present Name(s) Z 2. County James Dally Residence P Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC Ai Clemons Residence 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 0 C. 0 29. Basement? Yes 91 ' 0 rt 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 0 c g a 145 Lakeshore Dr. c. 1870-75 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Limestone ashlar Marblehead Vernacular Greek Revival/Itali- 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer anate Wood frame A)l 20. Contractor or Builder 32. Roof Type & Material Gable/Asphalt shgl. CJ 33. No. of Bays c-, Front Side 0) 21. Original Use, if apparent. 5 3 Residence 34. Wall Treatment Bevelled rD rA tk 22. Present Use siding w. endbds. V Residence 35. Plan Shape Irregular W Z (r\ I YJ H W 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 3 9. Coordinates Private (Explain Altered [R CD 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 T. (D Lat. Long. if known James Dally W 37. Condition H. U.T.M. Reference 200 Cumberland Ave. Interior Excellent la, M Arlington :J 11 171 1-31@6111, 13 17 101 14 1@. 16 6 111 -7 1 o 1 OH Exterior Excellent 0 (D Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes 13 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No 91 Underway? No 0 Building K) Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? Yes 0 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes 0 Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No 25 Registerl No 0 Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included 13. Part of' Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes IN 40. Visible from Yes ff Hist. Dist.? No 0 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 30'/107' 42. Further Description of Important Features A frieze board follows beneath a wide overhang. Most windows are double-hung 1/1 with continuous surrounds. There are two front porc hes, the western one of which :r is supported by flared and turned columns while the eastern porch Z 04 is supported by octagonal sawn columns and pilasters. A similar 0 3 back porch is supported by a single octagonal sawn column. A one- story bay is found on the west face and a wood water table encircles CD t`ht- hiii1ding. A sliding Ratio door has been installed in the nort@i ED 43. History and Significance In. This home is a good example of Greek Revival/Italianate architecture. Ai Clemons was a son M of Alexander Clemons and-operated one of the Clemons' quarries along with his father and brother Lucien. (See also Clemons homes on Clemons St. and Main St.) Ai later served as the Marblehead postmaster (1880). Ai and his brothers Lucien and Hubbard were the first individuals to receive the Treasury Department's gold medal for life saving. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located in a residential area along the.south shore of Lake Erie. Well landscaped with trees and shrubs. 45. Sources of information 46. Prepared by Observation; Mr. James Dally; 1881 Historical Hand Atlas; Auditor's Kyle Johannsen f the Grp-at Lakes, Vol. 1; '14.orthwest Ohio Quarterly CAC records; HistorM 47. Organization < Winter 1976-197711 r. 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 6/81 1 J. A- @j :35 ) Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Columbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) OTT-(S_7?_ Z 2. County Robert Biro Residence P Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC Carl Biro Residence 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 116i[411@@M !Q D, Q 29. Basement? e 0 __7s 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 7 [c) C 429 Main Street c. 1937 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Stone Marblehead Cottage 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with 'North Arrow 41 19. Architect or Engineer Stone 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder MIT= NT-T_Tj17-MrM,,p LRYE No. of Bays 21. Original Use, If apparent Front 3 Side 2 Residence Wall Treatment '22. Present Use Coursed rubble Residence 35. Plan Shape Rectangular 0 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition X3 '::r (D 9. Coordinates Private (3 (Explain Altered:0 @1 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Movei r! rl Lat. Long. if known Robert Biro 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference 429 Main Interior 0 1 i 17113 1514, 19 1 T10-1 1,/ 1 q IS & 1 0 1 Lakeside-Marblehead, Ohio Exterior Excellent @0 IV Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yest@ 10 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? No IR Underway? No 0 5Z Building CR Object 0 (D r) RnLi7,2 n 39. Endangered? Yes 0 II.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes k) iiiiiiiiiiiiirem uIRIWAN M-CajAi r-a.1 Soc. By What? No:9) (D Register9 No Ek Eligible? No 0 in Which Included 13. Part of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes IM Hist. Dist.? No [2 Potent'l? No Z Public Road? No _j 15. Name of Established District Distance from and Frontage on Road 40'/.5 acre 42. Further Fescription of Important T-eatures Two stone chimneys and a three-sid'ed'. hip-roofed dormer highlight the roofline. A wood frame one-story bay 0 is found under the dormer and the round-arched front door is located ".7 under a Gothic gable. Most windows are casement windows and both Z windows and doors are treated with angled stone surrounds and plain lug sills. A north side porch has been enclosed with stone and the porch openings are treated with stone segmental arches. A shed-roofed wood frame addition is found across the rear elevation. 0 43. History and Significance This home is an excellent example of the L;ottagF-.,;tyl:e of @d architecture. Carl Biro founded the Biro Manufacturing Co. of Marblehead which manufactures. M En FJ- meat cutting tools. CL rD rD Z_ 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Loc@ated in a residential area along the south shore ot Lake Erie. A coursed rubble garage has been attached to the back of the residence by a breezeway. Well landscaped with shrubbery, trees, and a low stone wall along the south side P) of the property. 45. Sources of Information (n a JZ r 1 0 s ZI 0 0 e y @Wh Lead ic Observation, 46. Prepared by Auditor's and Recorder's records Kvle Johannsen Mr..Mike Incorvia 47. Organization CAC 48. DatelJ49. Revision Date(s) 11/8 - N 36 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.lumbus, Ohio 43211 1. No. 4. Present Name(s) Z 2. County Marblehead Lighthouse Keeper's Residence Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) 3. Location of Negatives CAC 6. Specific Location 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories 2 29. Basement? Yes(& 0 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 Lighthouse Drive 1880 30. Foundation Material 7. City or Town If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Concrete block Marblehead Vernacular-Gothic 31. Wall Construction 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 4 19. Architect or Engineer Wood frame 32. Roof Type & Material 6 20. Contractor or Builder Gable & Hip/Asph lt shg 33, No. of Bays Ll t@j U,5 - Front Side :3: 21. Original Use, if apparent 2 4 W "a Residence fl Im 34. Wall Treatment V CA 22. Present Use Bevelled/Shiplap s id iniz @M_ 1=0 @J_ Z 35. Plan Shape Irregular W 23. Ownership Public ZI 36. Changes Addition 0 3 Private 0 (Explain Altered 0 9. Coordinates 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 Lat. Long. if known 37. Condition U.T.M. Reference Interior 0 11 1711-5 1-15'1-7 111 1 o I 1# 1:5 19 1 q 1_@51 1101 State of Ohio Exterior excellent r_ Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 0 38. Preservation Yes E (D Public? NoJP Underway? No 0 Plq 10. Site 0 Structure 0 M BuildingiD Object 0 26. Local Contact Person or Organizat'i'o'n 139. Endangered? Yes 0 rD 11I.OnNational YesO 12. Is It Yes 91 Ottawa County Historical Societ By What? No IS M Register? NoID Eligible? NO u 27. Other Surveyss In a) 13. Part of Estab. Yes 0 14. District Yes 0 40. Visible from Yes 0 Hist. Dist.? NoJ3 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 M F-- 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road 60'/ C) 42. Further Description of Important Features Important features include; a cor- CA belled chimney; a frieze board; exposed rafters; circular brackets 0 under gables; endboards; double-hung windows in combinations of 4/4 4/8, 6/6, and 6/9 lights; window treatments of carved, straight Z hoodmolds; an open porch/entry; a high water table and a date stone A small room on the east is a possible addition much of the gable ornament has been removed and a two-story enclosedporch is an apparent alteration or addition. 43. History and Significance This building served as the residence for the Marblehead Lighthouse keeper. The Marblehead Lighthouse is the oldest operating lighthouse on the Great Lakes. The residence itself is a good example of vernacular Gothic architecture and is one of few in the area. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Located along Lake Erie in a small park with the Marblehead Lighthouse and a part board and batten and part shiplap shed also in the park. r? Ell 45. Sources of Information 46. Prepared by 0 Observation, Auditor's records Kyle Johannsen Ca 47. Organization M CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 6/81 1 37 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Ohio Historical Center OHIO HISTORIC INVENTORY Co.IuMbuS, Ohio 43211 1. No 4. Present Name(s) -7 CO- First United Church of Christ Congregational Z 2. County Ottawa 5. Other Name(s) @Aocatlon of Negatives 6. Specific Locati on 16. Thematic Category 28. No. of Stories R, D 29. Basement? Yes IR 0 17. Date(s) or Period No 0 802 Prarie, NW Corner James 1900 30. Foundation Material ?acfte%eTa@n If Rural, Township & Vicinity 18. Style or Design Limestone Ashlar r Romanesque 31. Wall Construction rt rr 8. Site Plan with North Arrow 19. Architect or Engineer Stone Ashlar If 32. Roof Type & Material 20. Contractor or Builder Hip and Gable/Aspha@t q 2 33. No. of Bays 21. Original Use, if apparent Front 3 Side 4 FE Church 34. Wall Treatment (D W W 22. Present Use Rough hewn limestone rr Church 35. Plan ShapeIrregular Z 77T 23. Ownership Public 0 36. Changes Addition 0 3 rt CD 9. Coordinates Private 0 (Explain Altered 0 M 24. Owner's Name & Address, in #42) Moved 0 0- Lat. Long. 0 if known First United Church Of 37. Condition :31 U.T.M. Reference r_ - Christ, 802 Prarie, Lakeside- Interior 1117 1131-6- 1-6-13 1 0 6, 1 1 141 (A 01 0 1 1,=2 1 o I Marblehead, Ohio Exterior Excellent =1 Zone Easting Northing 25. Open to Yes 29 38. Preservation Yes CR 0 10. Site 0 Structure 0 Public? service hours No 0 Underway? No 0 @-h Building N Object 0 n 26. Local Contact Person or Organization 39. Endangered? @71 Yes 0 " 11. On National Yes 0 12. Is It Yes EK Ottawa County Historical Society By What? No 9 H. Register'? (n No ER Eligible? No 0 27. Other Surveys in Which Included rt 13. Part of Estab.Yes 0 14. District Yes 1Y, 40. Visible from Yes EK 0 Hist. Dist.? No 12 Potent'l? No 0 Public Road? No 0 :3 15. Name of Established District 41. Distance from and Frontage on Road (D 10'/ 42. Further Description of Important Features The dominating ieature ot this 0 building is a four-sided bell tower. The four sides culminate in Cu 0 steeply pitched gables and the tower is topped by a metal ornament. window Arched openings and paired rectangular s are found under the tower gables. Windows are leaded and stained glass in arched and Z rectangular form and are recessed with plain lintels. Other noteable features are stone chimneys, a convex, arched stained glass window, a gabled side entry before a gable, stone ar'ches above (over) 43. History and Significance This church makes use of Marblehead's native 1 excellent example of vernacular Romanesque architecture. co 0 Located in a residential area. 44. Description of Environment and Outbuildings Z 45. Sources of Information Observation, Auditor's and Recorder's records 46. Prepared by W 0 Kyle Johannsen 47. Organization En (D CAC 48. Date 49. Revision Date(s) 'ASHTABULA COUNTY I 127 20 90 64 IN R _O n r- L-9F r,4 L Y C) LL wo < 9D FF 3D7 30? "1 -D E m P E R G 167 H A P ER S F I E:D JA sm 1R LLJ F E T E IN 0 x D 0],L CL 6 z 0. u E@t E 7,T =zZ F7- F L R0 _@Vj,@ E IF L K m z N 'E t1l w A0 ogw@ IN s V, r@7Tc--dfU--E B@@\R 0 5 F I`E L TIL L/@ A M FL 0 @Jl i ,"- @. "l L 0 cn L Tg R U M 8 U L@ c: 0 U) N T T z 45 46 co 193 0 4 0 SCALE OF MILES z 128 OHIO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES COASTAL ZONE BOUNDARIES: Ashtabula County (from the western limits of the City of Ashtabula) Beginning at the intersection of the western city limits of the City of Ashtabula with the Lake Erie Shoreline, south on the city limit line to its intersection with Lake Road; East on Lake Road to West 9th Street; East on West 9th Street to Conrail tracks; South on Conrail tracks to Lake Avenue in Ashtabula; Southeast on Lake Avenue to West 24th Street; Northeast on West 24th Street to Harbor Avenue; North on Harbor Avenue to Conrail.tracks; North on Conrail tracks to East 6th Street; East on East 6th Street to Lake Road; East on Lake Road to La Bounty Road; South on La Bounty Road 100 feet; Northeast on a line parallel to and 100 feet south of Lake Road to Route 193; North on Route 193 to Lake Road; East on Lake Road to Lake Avenue in Conneaut; East on Lake Avenue to the Besemer and Lake Erie (B&LE) Railroad tracks; South on B&LE Railroad to Conrail tracks; East on Conrail tracks to Woodworth Road; North on Woodworth Road to Lake Road; East on Lake Road to Ohio-Pennsylvania state line. 129 History of the Coastal Zone of Ashtabula County Ashtabula County is the easternmost of Ohio's lakeshore counties and was organized in 1811. The county's coastal zone treated in this history con- sists of a narrow strip of land only a few hundred yards inland from Lake Erie through the city of Ashtabula, Ashtabula Township, the village*of North Kingsville, and the city of Conneaut and including the harbor areas within the cities of Ashtabula and Conneaut. Unlike the coastal zones in Lucas and Ottawa Counties, the shoreline of Ashtabula County has few lowlands, but consists of a high bank overlooking Lake Erie. This bank is the first and lowest of a series of three ridges running east-west, south of the lake, which were formed by glacial erosion. The Ashtabula River, Conneaut Creek, and a number of smaller streams cut through these ridges forming deep gorges. The first known inhabitants of this shoreline area were Erie Indians. After the Iroquois annihilated the Erie's in the early 1600's, the area became a neutral hunting ground and the Ashtabula River served as the dividing line between the Iroquois tribes on the east and the Algonquin tribes on the west. The first American presence in Ashtabula County was the Western Reserve surveying expedition of Moses Cleaveland which landed at the mouths of both Conneaut Creek and the Ashtabula River during 1796. Cleaveland first landed at Conneaut on July 4th and proclaimed the area Fort Independence. A warehouse constructed at F6rtlndependence by Cleaveland's party was the first building in Ohio's Western Reserve. The first permanent American settlers of the county's coastal area are believed to have been Thomas Montgomery, his wife, and Aaron Wright who settled near Fort Independence in 1798 founding the village of Salem which became Conneaut in 1833. The historical development of Conneaut and Ashtabula follows nearly identical paths. Although both are known as major Great Lakes ports today, in their early days neither could be used as a harbor by large ships due to sand bars which blocked the mouths of the Ashtabula River and Conneaut Creek. Ashtabula Harbor, once a separate village which was annexed to the city of Ashtabula in 1877, solved its siltation problem beginning in 1826 with the construction of piers into Lake Erie. Similarly, Conneaut constructed its own piers in 1829. In both cases, Congress appropriated 130 funds for the harbor improvements and over the years more monies were appro- priated for additional improvements and rebuildings. Today large concrete piers and breakwaters continue to guard the entrances to these two harbors. Between 1830 and 1852, Ashtabula and Conneaut were major Lake Erie ports, serving as stopping places and wooding stations for the lake steamers. They also handled light freight and, more importantly, large numbers of immigrants traveling west. Shipbuilding was also an important early industry in both cities. Between 1815 and 1868, some fifty-nine vessels were either,built or rebuilt in Ashtabula and the first ship built at Conneaut, the SALEM PACKET, was completed around 1817 by Captain Samuel Ward, a relative of Eber Ward of Lucas County. The coming of the railroad in 1852 and the construction of larger lake vessels which could not use the limited facilities in the two small harbors brought about the decline of the marine industry in the two ports. During the 1850's and 1860's, the two harbors became largely fishing ports, although some timber, staves, salt, and whiskey were still exported, primarily through Ashtabula. Limited shipbuilding also continued. It was also during this time that the two ports became important arteries of the Underground Railway "exporting" runaway slaves to Canada. The home of Col. William Hubbard overlooking Lake Erie in Ashtabula became one of the largest 11stations" in northern Ohio. Ironically, railroads, which brought about the end of Ashtabula and Conneaut's early marine industry, were largely responsible for the rebirth of the two ports in the late 1800's. First in Ashtabula in the 1870's and later in Conneaut during the 1890's, railroad lines were built connecting both harbors with the steel mills of the Pittsburgh area. Iron ore from the Minnesota ore fields was shipped via the Great Lakes to these eastern Ohio ports where the ore was loaded onto'railr'oad cars bound for the steel mills . Immigrants, especially from Finland and Italy, flocked to work in the new ports and established ethnic neighborhoods along the harbor areas. In 1899, George Hulett of Conneaut invented an unloading machine, now called a "HULETT," which greatly reduced the time required to unload ore from lake freighters. During the early 1900's, harbor improvements were conducted which allowed the larger lake vessels to make use of the modern port facilities, and Ashtabula and.Conneaut became two of the largest iron ore receiving ports in the world. In 1901, the United States Steel Corpo- ration acquired the railroad and dock facilities in Conneaut, and has since 131 dominated the local economy, owning all of the coastal zone between Conneaut harbor and the Pennsylvania line and operating the prominent Pittsburgh and Conneaut Dock Company. It was also in the early 1900's that shipbuilding again became an impor- tant industry in Ashtabula County's coastal zone, as the Great Lakes Engineering Works operated in Ashtabula from 1908 to 1961. Additionally, during the 1920's, a new industry moved into the coastal region as tourists began flocking to the lakeshore to boat, swim and fish and soon began constructing sum, mer cottages and vacation resorts. The 1924 Ashtabula County History reported that much of the Ashtabula County shoreline*was "a continuous succession of summer cottages, summer hotels, and public: resorts of every description." Today Ashtabula and Conneaut remain important Great Lakes ports handling iron ore, limestone and coal. And although a large segment of the shoreline between Ashtabula and Conneaut remains undeveloped, the "succession" of summer resorts and cottages continue along the scenic lakeshore. 132 PROPERTIES LISTED IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES In the "coastal zone" of Ashtabula County from the western city limits of the city.of Ashtabula east to the Pennsylvania.border, the following properties are listed on, or have been declared eligible for, the National Register of Historic Places: I. Colonel William Hubbard House - 1603 Walnut Blvd. at Lake Ave., City of .Ashtabula:' This property listed 3-20-73. II. Ashtabula Harbour Commercial District - Both sides of W. 5th Street from 1205 and 1206 W. 5th Street east to the Ashtabula River, City of Ashtabula: This property, listed 9-5-75. III. Kilpi Hall - 1025 Buffalo Street, City of Conneaut: Listed 12-12-76. IV. West Fifth Street Bridge - W. 5th Street over Ashtabula River, City of Ashtabula: This property determined eligible by the Secretary of the Interior in 1979. PROPERTY IN THE PROCESS OF NOMINATION TO THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES V. Ashtabula Harbor Light - Ashtabula Harbor, City of Ashtabula: In nomination process initiated by owner - U.S. Coast Guard. Recommended for listing by Ohio State Historic Preservation Officer on 8-1-80. 133 PROPERTIES MEETING CRITERIA FOR THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES In the "coastal zone" of Ashtabula County, the following properties meet criteria necessary for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places: City of Ashtabula 1. Historic District _(Ashtabula Harborl - Bounded by the Lake Erie shoreline, Lake Avenue extended, both sides of Walnut Boulevard, the Ashtabula River, both sides of W. 5th Street, both sides of Lake Avenue, W. 9th Street, Ohio Avenue, and Union Avenue extended to Lake Erie. A Village Inventory form is found in this section highlighting the most signi- ficant properties. The City of Ashtabula has established a city historic district in Ashtabula Harbor, known as the Harbor Historical District, part of which overlaps the historic district delineated above. Also, the Ashtabula Harbor and Harbor Historical Districts both include the Ashtabula,Harbor Commercial District and the Colonel William Hubbard House, which are currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The historic district, delineated for this report could serve as an extension of the Ashtabula Harbor Commercial District. A map, immediately following this list, outlines the boundaries of the Ashtabula Harbor District (potential) and the Harbor Historical District (existing). 2. Coyne Street at the southeast corner.of W. Sixth Street Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church. 3. Lakeshore-Drive - Lake Shore Park Pavilion. City of Conneaut 4. 1059 Harbor Street Conneaut Lighthouse Keeper's Residence. ASHTABULA HARBOR HISTORIC DISTRICT 134 (As delineated for ODOE in this report) P.C. R. R. Pik NET DOCK AND 0 CKS ANSPORT P.C. R.R. DOCK ASHTABULA E- HARBOR Aft HIGH SCHOOL WALNUT If LAKE ERIE BEACH.a tj C _j PARK CE. T r i T 0 1>