60 Linden Ave.

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60 Linden Ave.
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Photo taken 1999/12/09
Use SingleFamily
Year Built 1885
Lot Size 5850
Square Footage 3096
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3.0
Data 60 Linden Ave
Parcel R72 02201 0042
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Bracketed cornice and side bay. Wrap around porch with classical Corinthian columns and balustrade, decorated with unusual carpenter's lace above columns. Ornate window hoods.

Architectural type

Victorian Italianate

Ownership history

Charles W. Raymond lived at 17 S. Terry and later purchased the house at 60 Linden. Raymond was president of the C.W. Raymond Co., manufacturer of clay working machinery. Raymond invented a machine for pressing terra cotta and ornamental brick, which increased the production from 30 pieces per day to about 3,000 per day. Later he invented an improved power press for the manufacture of paving bricks, in which 10,000 bricks per day were produced. His inventions eventually led to a production of 200,000 bricks per day. Raymond’s machinery was sold throughout the world and he became very wealthy, holding a great deal of real estate in Dayton and much "working" land in other states. Raymond was very socially prominent and religiously active, being one of the charter members of St. Paul’s Methodist Episcopal Church. It is interesting to note that the homes in which Mr. Raymond lived were not brick, but frame and stone.

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