This is one of a group of nine houses, all built in the late 1870s or early 1880s, that are similar in construction and design.

The construction dates would coincide with the prominence of the cheese industry in Hudson, and they may represent a small company town located within the town of Hudson itself. Given their location, they may have been used to house employees of the cheese manufacturing facility at the corner of College and Aurora Streets and the cheese box factory, located at the corner of College and Streetsboro Streets.

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