Local historian Jeff Darbee takes us on a tour of the “Circus House” that was built by a member of the Sells family in 1895. The house not only has a unique style, but it was also the setting for a scandalous story in Columbus’ history.
Local historian Jeff Darbee visits the original site of the Ohio School for the Deaf to tour the last existing building, which has been renovated and repurposed for Cristo Rey High School.
Local historian Jeff Darbee takes us on a tour of historic schools, including Stewart Alternative Elementary School, which was built in 1874, in German Village. He talks with Carole Olshavsky, former state architect for Ohio, about how Columbus has become a leader in the nation in saving historic schools.
Architectural historians Jeff Darbee and his wife, Nancie Recchie, walk us through the renovation of their historic Town Street home.
Architectural historian Jeff Darbee takes us on an exclusive tour of the original Port Columbus hangar and terminal built in 1929.