1945 E. Fourth St.

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1945 E. Fourth St.
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Photo taken 2004/11/01
Use SingleFamily
Year Built 1919
Lot Size 4948
Square Footage 1728
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1.0
Data 1945 E 4th St
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In the 1885 city directory, there was listed an H.L. Huber, student, at 445 E. May, which would now be 1945 E Fourth St. This young man was then attending the Miami Commercial College. He went on to become the secretary of the Dayton Paper Novelty Co. The quote given about Mr. Huber in Drury’s Dayton and Montgomery County History is descriptive of the majority of the men who lived in this district. Whether they had already created a reputation for themselves, were beginning to do so, or had not yet begun, they were willing to pay the price of concentrated effort, close application and unfaltering perseverance in order to win advancement and were gradually working their way upward.

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