Terrace Park, Ohio Building Survey

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No: 615  Street: Myrtle Name: 
Family: Herrmann Owner Info: Y
Built: 1935 Sec: 23 Sub: C. R Stuntz's Terrace Park Lot: 17-18
Architect:  Cont/Build: Charlie Cornish & his father
#Owners: 1F Original Use: Residential Current Use: Residential
CHANGES As Built:  Add To: Y Sub From: N Replace: N
c1937/8 - added a sitting room on the north side.
Current Owner: Harold Herrmann Date Fr: 1935 Date To: 
Original Owner: Harold William & Jayne Lloyd Herrmann Date Fr: 1935 Date To: 
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1975 Owner:  Harold W. & Jayne L. Herrmann
Description: 1 story brick, gable roof.  Harold said it was his plan to put the kitchen in front etc. 
Story 1: 1960 Scrapbook has a post card from the Herrmanns showing the motel they ran in Canada.  This was built in 1953 when they could take advantage of the new bridge from Michigan to Ontario.  It was on the highway but went down to a lake with sandy beach.  
Story 2: Village Views article October 1980 by Jayne (Lloyd) Herrmann - tells of her living at 429 Elm with her family.  This was probably in the 1920s or early 1930s.  While growing up she lived in many different places including Minnesota, Cleveland and Hyde Park.  Her parents came from Pennsylvania.  Harold Herrmann grew up at 742 Wooster.  As an adult he worked downtown for the B&O railroad.  
Story 3: This house is not frame with a brick veneer as so many brick homes are today.  Behind the bricks in the construction of this house is a 4 or 5" layer of fired clay tile with 4 or 6 air cells in each.  This not only gives excellent insulation but the construction also collects heat by day and gives it off at night when it's needed (thermal inertia).  Information from Gene Hermann (son of Harold & Jayne)
Story 4: Harold Herrmann was born 21 March 1919 and died 22 July 1996, aged 77 years, buried in section 22 of Greenlawn Cemetery, Milford OH, Moore Funeral Home.  Jayne Herrmann died earlier - 1992? 
1939 Map: Herrmann
1942 Map: Herrmann
1951/3 Map: Harold W. Herrmann
1959 Directory: Harold & Jayne Herrmann
1960-95 Directories: ''
1996-97 Directories: Harold Hermann  (son) (both parents died: he 7/22/1996, aged 87 years, she earlier, 1992(?)) 
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