Inspecting the basement in a vacant house we came across this container marked poison! First of all its poison, which is dangerous to leave around in a house that you are selling. A curious child or a adult wondering what is in the jar could be poisoned. Then written on the side of the jar […]
Inspected this amazing home in Springfield just down from the Frank Lloyd house that was built in 1916, it originally had automated gates on the driveway the wood work in all the rooms was beautiful, the bathrooms had claw footed tubs and original tile work on the walls and floor. What really impressed me was […]
Inspecting a home this week, I saw this picture of a very busy, prosperous downtown Dayton being revitalized probably 100 years ago and thought about how wonderful it is to see downtown Dayton coming back to life again. New homes are being built, lofts converted, bars, brewery’s and restaurants opening in areas other than the […]
Motor Mole Sewer Service 6 June 1948, this has remained intact for a long time in the basement of a Dayton home. This company must have been busy because so many of the homes from the 40’s and 50’s still have this advert attached to a basement ceiling joist. That’s 69 years ago, the company […]
Amazing incinerator in a house in Oakwood. A real piece of history and in good condition. In days gone bye trash was burnt with no regard to pollution in the air. The photos do not make this look big, a very large 40 gallon trash can would fit in easily. This incinerator is no longer […]
Box from 1956 North American Van Lines promotion. “Wife approved move” how times have changed! In an old house in Dayton.
Saw this on front of a kitchen counter in Kettering, probably installed in the 50’s and thought it showed such pride in quality and workmanship. The kitchen though old was perfect. Tried to find Valley Kitchens but they did not last as long as their workmanship.