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Early superintendent's house

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Early superintendent's house
Have you seen this great photo of our original superintendent's house and wrought iron gates? Some interesting notes from past board minutes shed some light on what's shown in the photo: 1888, the fence was purchased from the Champion Iron Fence Co in Kenton, OH; the superintendent's house shown here (replaced by our current house/office complex) was moved to 11 Sands Street approx 1932; the iron fence was then sold in 1943 as contribution to WWII effort (presumably to be used for ammunition, war-craft, or some other necessity for our troops overseas).
Posted by John Hoeschele on March 22, 2014 Full Size|

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