420 East Front Street

The Veitch House

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The Veitch House:


In 1906, two-term mayor and long-time merchant William J. Veitch built this pattern-book Queen Anne house. A turret-like dormer faces the front and an indented frieze with dentil-like blocks is in the left gable, with decorative brackets in the right one. First floor walls are of clapboard and the second of shingles. 

After a time in a Toledo wholesale grocery firm, Veitch bought the William Barton dry goods store, which he operated for more than 40 years while contributing as a civic leader. 


420 East Front Street


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