35 Huffman Ave.

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Huffman Ave. addresses
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35 Huffman Ave.
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Photo taken 2004/11/01
Use MultiFamily2To4
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Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1.0
Data 35 Huffman Ave APT 2
Parcel R72 01211 0016
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General information

Brick home, with wooden rear addition; addition on left side of front probably replaced original wooden porch.

Architectural type

Folk Victorian

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Story

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The secretary-treasurer at Barney and Smith was J. Frank Kiefaber, who, along with his brother J.C., lived in several houses throughout the district. In 1887, J.C. bought the house at 35 Huffman Ave. and both of the brothers lived there until 1894, when Frank moved. The home remained in the hands of J.C. or his wife, Nancy, until 1926. Both men were active in the religious, social and political realms of the community and the Kiefaber name is a well-known and well-respected one in Dayton.


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