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According to the book Treasure by the Bay , by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved. Erie County, Kids House, Garden Sculpture, Statue, History, Children, 1940s, Group, Image

The Erie County Children’s Home

According to the book Treasure by the Bay, by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, 1989), in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved the construction of a Children’s Home to be built on a five acre site just north of the intersection of Cleveland Road and Sycamore Line in Sandusky, Ohio. The Erie County Children’s Home opened in May of 1901. The building was designed by the Cleveland architectural firm of Lehman and Schmitt, and the general contractor was George Feick. The building was…

According to the book Treasure by the Bay , by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved. Erie County, Family Roots, Historical Images, Old Buildings, Kids House, Traditional House, Acre, The Book, United States

The Erie County Children’s Home

According to the book Treasure by the Bay, by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, 1989), in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved the construction of a Children’s Home to be built on a five acre site just north of the intersection of Cleveland Road and Sycamore Line in Sandusky, Ohio. The Erie County Children’s Home opened in May of 1901. The building was designed by the Cleveland architectural firm of Lehman and Schmitt, and the general contractor was George Feick. The building was…

On Tuesday, December the Sandusky Kiwanis Club hosted a party for forty-five children from the Erie County Children’s Home. Erie County, Host A Party, Kids House, Children, Christmas, Pictures, History, Home, Young Children

The Erie County Children’s Home

According to the book Treasure by the Bay, by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, 1989), in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved the construction of a Children’s Home to be built on a five acre site just north of the intersection of Cleveland Road and Sycamore Line in Sandusky, Ohio. The Erie County Children’s Home opened in May of 1901. The building was designed by the Cleveland architectural firm of Lehman and Schmitt, and the general contractor was George Feick. The building was…

According to the book Treasure by the Bay , by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved. Erie County, Kids House, Garden Sculpture, Statue, History, Children, 1940s, Group, Image

The Erie County Children’s Home

According to the book Treasure by the Bay, by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, 1989), in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved the construction of a Children’s Home to be built on a five acre site just north of the intersection of Cleveland Road and Sycamore Line in Sandusky, Ohio. The Erie County Children’s Home opened in May of 1901. The building was designed by the Cleveland architectural firm of Lehman and Schmitt, and the general contractor was George Feick. The building was…

According to the book Treasure by the Bay , by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved. Erie County, Kids House, History, Children, Young Children, Historia, Boys, Kids, Child

The Erie County Children’s Home

According to the book Treasure by the Bay, by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, 1989), in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved the construction of a Children’s Home to be built on a five acre site just north of the intersection of Cleveland Road and Sycamore Line in Sandusky, Ohio. The Erie County Children’s Home opened in May of 1901. The building was designed by the Cleveland architectural firm of Lehman and Schmitt, and the general contractor was George Feick. The building was…

In this catalog, you will find records for: over photographs (most with images attached); over 600 historic books and pamphlets about local history topics, or written by local authors; over 1500 items or collections from the archives. Local History, History Facts, Family History, Kelleys Island, Emergency Ambulance, Erie County, Station 1, Emergency Medical Services, Underground Railroad

The Erie County Children’s Home

According to the book Treasure by the Bay, by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, 1989), in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved the construction of a Children’s Home to be built on a five acre site just north of the intersection of Cleveland Road and Sycamore Line in Sandusky, Ohio. The Erie County Children’s Home opened in May of 1901. The building was designed by the Cleveland architectural firm of Lehman and Schmitt, and the general contractor was George Feick. The building was…

According to the book Treasure by the Bay , by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved. Kelleys Island, Emergency Ambulance, Erie County, Lake Erie, Stone Houses, History Facts, Kids House, Will Smith, Cemetery

The Erie County Children’s Home

According to the book Treasure by the Bay, by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, 1989), in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved the construction of a Children’s Home to be built on a five acre site just north of the intersection of Cleveland Road and Sycamore Line in Sandusky, Ohio. The Erie County Children’s Home opened in May of 1901. The building was designed by the Cleveland architectural firm of Lehman and Schmitt, and the general contractor was George Feick. The building was…

According to the book Treasure by the Bay , by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved. Erie County, Family Roots, Historical Images, Old Buildings, Kids House, Traditional House, Acre, The Book, United States

The Erie County Children’s Home

According to the book Treasure by the Bay, by Ellie Damm (Bucknell University Press, 1989), in 1898 the voters of Erie County approved the construction of a Children’s Home to be built on a five acre site just north of the intersection of Cleveland Road and Sycamore Line in Sandusky, Ohio. The Erie County Children’s Home opened in May of 1901. The building was designed by the Cleveland architectural firm of Lehman and Schmitt, and the general contractor was George Feick. The building was…