Dayton Residential


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The Home of Alice Richards, 330 6th Avenue, Dayton
Also the home and office of Dr. W. D. Richards from 1912 to the 1930's
(The license plate on the car reads WDR)

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Third Street,
Somewhere in Dayton, 1921

 

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Somewhere in Dayton, 1913 809 Ervin Terrace. Details
From a Facebook post by Tammy Cornett
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801 Fifth
From a Facebook post by Tammy Cornett

 

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530 Sixth, 1969
From a Facebook post by Tammy Cornett

 

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The 1100 Block of Fourth
From a Facebook post by Elder Merry

 

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922 Thornton
From a Facebook post by Tammy Cornett

 

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606 6th
From a Facebook post by Tammy Cornett, who tells us the George Huesman ran a restaurant and confectionery here in 1931, that the building sold to the Brock Brothers in 1945, and would later be Walton's Cafe. Today? It's a city-owned parking lot.

 

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300 block of 2nd Street, c. 1954
from a Facebook post by Barbara Sparks Rawe, whose husband is shown

Home of Henry Noxsel,
se corner of Main and Front

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See our Dayton GAR pages for LOTS more Dayton residential images.

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750 2&4 Third Street
Note the ice truck.
513 3rd Street 819 Third Street 820 Third
Street, Dayton
824 Front
Street, Dayton

 

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We find a number of old post cards which have “306 Dayton Avenue, Dayton, Ky.” printed on the back. Sellers on eBay and collectors usually assume that's the location of the scene on the card, but in fact, it was the home of Dayton photographer D. N. House, “publisher” of the card. We assume if these pictures are not in Dayton, they were nearby, but we have no idea who they are, or where they are.  All are c. WWI, and, as you can see, the man knew his business. The house in the bottom, center image is at 952 Lenox Place in North Avondale. Thanks, Brian Boland for spotting it.

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