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Name Contributing Structure

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2000.003.6082 - Residence

The Frederick Rehyman House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 805 Congress Avenue.

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2000.003.6181 - Residence

This house located at 950 Forest Avenue is a Contributing Structure. The date of construction is uncertain although a deed search seems to indicate 1904.

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2000.003.6080 - Residence

The Meagher House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 1050 Willow Avenue. The house underwent extensive remodeling in the 1990s.

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2000.003.6033 - Public

Glendale's Town Hall and Fire Station is located at 80 Sharon Avenue East. It is a Pivotal Structure built in 1875. The Town Hall was probably the first major public building undertaking of the Village. Citizens voted their approval in 1869. Plans were drawn up but differences of opinion caused the project to be dropped. In 1874, the cost of labor had dropped and many citizens were in need of work, so the plans for Town Hall were resurrected. Samuel Hannaford drew up the plans and in 1875 the three story brick structure was built in a Tuscan Villa-Romanesque composite style.

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2000.003.6081 - Residence

The Dorsey House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 44 Sharon Avenue East. Copies of deeds in folder.

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2000.003.6065 - Residence

The McNamara House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 75 Coral Avenue.

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2000.003.6067 - Residence

The Ritterath House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 1055 Willow Avenue.

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2000.003.6078 - Residence

The Morse Mansion, a Contributing Structure, is located at 490 Sharon Avenue East. File contains copies of some deeds. Related newspaper article located in Box 53 describes renovation by the Seiler family in 1957.

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2000.003.6059 - Residence

The Doran House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 1100 Congress Avenue. It has remained in the same family most of its existence.

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2000.003.6060 - Residence

The Rogers House, a Contributing Structure is located at 324 Sharon Avenue East. This house has had many owners, most of whom were of Irish descent. It retains its overall integrity despite many alterations.

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2000.003.6061 - Residence

The Meagher Dooley House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 1060 Willow Avenue.

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2000.003.6062 - Residence

The Blinn House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 440 East Sharon Avenue. Integral part of a group of Victorian frame houses on deep lots on north side of Sharon Ave. Not part of original plat of Glendale, annexed after 1869. Source: Comprehensive Survey Report

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2000.003.6064 - Commercial

The O'Neill House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 3 Village Square. It has been used as a commercial building for much of its history. The Century House Gift Shop currently occupies the building. County records indicate the erection of a wood shed and stable on the same lot and a slaughter house nearby c. 1867. In November of 2008, a fire destroyed much of the building including all of the storefront. In 2009, restoration of the building began.

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2000.003.6066 - Residence

The Frederick Braecker House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 1030 Willow Avenue. Mr. Braecker operated a tavern (now knownas the iron Horse) in the Village Square for many years. The house originally had a tower room with a widow's walk on top. It is said that a sewing circle or school used to meet there because of the natual light.

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2000.003.6068 - Commercial

The Contributing Structure, located at 3 Sharon Avenue East, (986 Congress Avenue), has always been a commercial building. It originally housed Kelley's Saloon. The Grand Finale Restaurant has been located there since the mid 1970s.

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2000.003.6079 - Residence

This house, a Contributing Structure, located at 835 Congress Avenue was originally the parsonage for the Church of the New Jerusalem. The Church was founded in 1861 and the parsonage was built two years later. Source: Comprehensive Survey Report The house was completely renovated c. 1910-1920s. In the 1840s, prior to the construction of the church and parsonage, these grounds were the site of the Swedenborgian Church camp meetings. John Chapman, "Johnny Appleseed" who was a Swedenborgian, came with other church members and camped on the property. Source 2005 Ownership Survey

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2000.003.6069 - Residence

The Babbitt House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 185 Fountain Avenue East.

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2000.003.6070 - Residence

The Tyler House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 110 Oak Avenue. The house was enlarged and renovated c. 1910-1920. A collection of photographs of the Withenbury family and photos of the house throughout the years along with other materials are located in a binder on the bookshelf - Catalog number 2001.002.4002

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2000.003.6071 - Residence

The Benjamin Poor House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 795 Greenville Avenue. Land was originally part of D. Finney property. By 1883, it was part of the McLaren property. In 1940, it was purchased from the Glendale Building & Loan Association who likely acquired it thru foreclosure during the Great Depression.Source: Comprehensive Survey Report One of a trio of houses said to have been built for three sisters. The trio of houses is also known as "Rat Row".

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2000.003.6072 - Residence

The Distler House, a Contributing Structure, is located at 785 Greenville Avenue. Land was originally part of D. Finney property with a house facing Pine Avenue (now Magnolia). . By 1883, it was part of the McLaren property. Source: Comprehensive Survey Report One of a trio of houses said to have been built for three sisters. The trio of houses is also known as "Rat Row".