Louisiana and Indiana Avenue
Supporting the preservation and appreciation of Perrysburg's historic architectural heritage
Built in 1849, the first public school building in town was this two-story frame, 60 by 90 feet in size. Albert D. Wright, who was to die in the cholera epidemic 5 years later, was the first superintendent of Union School, with 50 enrolled pupils. Three young women were the first high school graduates.
Louisiana Ave between Indiana and Fifth Street