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rpmaterials

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[…]  (glass  block).   The Permastone  Company  of  Columbus  was  founded   in the  late  1920s  and  marketed  a  simulated  masonry product  that  was  widely  used  in  the   Modern  era.   The  Lustron  Company,  also  of Columbus,  manufactured  pre ‐fabricated  porcelain   enameled  steel  houses.   The  period  1940  through  1970  witnessed  a great  deal  of  development  of  new  materials  and  […]

OHC_Wedding-Booklet-Digital_161019

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[…] dance the night away. – SARAH Classical or quirky, your special day promises to be one for the ages. Have your dream 1950s wedding in our pre-fabulous Lustron Home, explore our museum exhibits and take a selfie with Conway the mastodon. Plan your classy wedding ceremony and reception with our customizable wedding packages, complete […]

18_References_Cited

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[…] May, p. 12. East Liverpool, Ohio. Fearing, Heidi 2017 Collinwood High School Riots. Electronic document, https://clevelandhistorical.org/items/show/392#.WThRD usrLIV , accessed June 15, 2017. Fetters, Thomas T. 2002 The Lustron Home: The History of a Postwar Prefabricated Housing Experiment . McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, Jefferson, North Carolina and London. Fleischman, Richard. 2016 Oral interview conducted […]

18_References_Cited

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[…] May, p. 12. East Liverpool, Ohio. Fearing, Heidi 2017 Collinwood High School Riots. Electronic document, https://clevelandhistorical.org/items/show/392#.WThRD usrLIV , accessed June 15, 2017. Fetters, Thomas T. 2002 The Lustron Home: The History of a Postwar Prefabricated Housing Experiment . McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, Jefferson, North Carolina and London. Fleischman, Richard. 2016 Oral interview conducted […]

SampleHistoricPreservationPlan

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[…] center of Broadway and its streetscape composed of early-mid-20th century homes. There are several examples of Sears houses (310 and 405 West Main) and at least one Lustron home (419 North Third) in the community. A historic farm complex at 780 South Hyatt is now located within the city limits. Property Types Tipp City’s […]

RP_Section3_RecommendationsConclusions

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[…]  list  have  not  been  field   verified, it is possible  that  not  all  of  them  are  still standing  or  have  sufficient  integrity  to  merit   documentation.   Name   Address  DateSource  Lustron  house   162 W.  Franklin  St.  Centerville   ca.  1947   Citizen recommendation   Hithergreen  Middle   School   5900  Hithergreen  Dr.   Centerville   1966   General research  […]

rp-437

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[…] 1963 International Apartment House MOT‐05160 ‐57United States Post  Office 1111  E 5th St Dayton 1970 Brutalism Post Office MOT‐05161 ‐57Bomberger  Recreation  Center 1306  E 5th St Dayton 1955 Modern Movements:    International Sport  Facility MOT‐05162 ‐38Chapman ‐Lustron  House 3007  Cornell  Dr Dayton 1949 No academic style ‐  Vernacular Other House  Type Single  Dwelling OHI Number Historic Name AddressCityDate Style Type Historic Use MOT‐05163‐36 2640 Salem Ave Dayton 1957 Modern  Movements ProfessionalMedical   […]

1950s: Building the American Dream

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Explore 1950s pop culture, a Lustron steel house and more!

Open Doors: Lustron House Open House

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Visit this 1950’s post-war all metal kit home produced by the Lustron Corporation of Whitehall, Ohio. Approximately 1000 remain nation wide. This one was abandoned for 15 years and later restored by the Knox County Landmarks Foundation in Mount Vernon, Ohio. Built by the Bell Family for grandparents.

Pleasures of the Cup: Mad for Martinis

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Join in for Pleasure of the Cup Mad for Martinis. Take a step back into 1950s in this 21 and over event!