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The Columbus Gun Club

This structure was designed by J Upton Gribben, a noted Columbus architect and former protege of Frank Packard. It served as the center of social activity for prominent citizens of the area, as skeet shooting was a national passion during this time. The results competitions were prominently recorded in the press. Shooters at the club […]

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Schools Kindergarten Annex (1950)

Built in 1950 across from the Edison Elementary School on the site of the old Harding School building, the annex was an award-winning design that incorporated furniture and facilities that were built to the needs of the kindergarten student. Door handles were lower, furniture was smaller, lockers were kid-sized, etc. It also had a fully […]

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Schools Kindergarten Annex (1950)

Built in 1950 across from the Edison Elementary School on the site of the old Harding School building, the annex was an award-winning design that incorporated furniture and facilities that were built to the needs of the kindergarten student. Door handles were lower, furniture was smaller, lockers were kid-sized, etc. It also had a fully […]

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Schools Kindergarten Annex (1950)

Built in 1950 across from the Edison Elementary School on the site of the old Harding School building, the annex was an award-winning design that incorporated furniture and facilities that were built to the needs of the kindergarten student. Door handles were lower, furniture was smaller, lockers were kid-sized, etc. It also had a fully […]

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Historic Houses of Columbus

Columbus has a great collection of historic homes. As a kid, I was always fascinated by taking walks in various neighborhoods and checking out all the old homes. Here’s some of the great homes–some are still around, some are still memories.

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