415 East Second Street

The Ladd House #2

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The Ladd House #2:


Built ca. 1915, this rather modern looking house likely started out as a three-room log cabin built as early as the 1830s, judging from the hand-hewn understructure timbers. Judge David Ladd owned the property then and sold it two years later for much more than he paid for it. 

Scotland-born Robert Pargillis could have been the owner who made the first changes in it, including the addition of a second story while he was the owner in 1915. 

The house was also once the home of Charles E. Thompson, who started a company that designed most of the electric signs in Toledo during the boom days following World War I.


415 East Second Street


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