Thurs, Nov 10, 7:30 at Barlow Community Center. Dr. Erik Chaput discusses role of black abolitionists on Ohio’s fight to end slavery.
George Golden House
The simple, sturdy Greek Revival double doorway indicates that this building was originally built as a shop, as well as a residence. George Golden, the first owner, died two years after its completion, and his widow married the shoemaker, Isaac Quay, himself a widower. Part of the building became Quay’s shoe shop and it later housed a dressmaker and a boarding house. The present first floor display windows are a late twentieth century addition.