This handsome corner residence is the home of Mr. Wm. H. Fish, 773 Dennison Ave. It is very beautiful in design, built of cut stone and has all the modern improvements. Fine lawns. Interior of hard wood finish. The splendid location, opposite...
This lovely residence, 727 Dennison Avenue, opposite Goodale Park is the home of Mr. Rodney E. Gregg. Built on a high terrace with well kept lawns and beautiful in Architectural design. Constructed of pressed brick with stone trimmings. Has large...
Views of houses on the northside of West 5th Avenue. Photo #1 features 322 West Fifth Avenue. Photos #2-3 feature 372 West Fifth Avenue. Photos #4-6 feature 376 West Fifth Avenue. Photo #7 features 380 West Fifth Avenue.
William Dennison began his career as an attorney in 1840. Later he became a politician serving in: Ohio Senate 1848-, Chairman Ohio Republican Convention in 1856, Ohio Governor 1860-1862, and US Postmaster General 1864-1866.
Flytown was so named because the houses seemed to "fly up over night." The boundaries were roughly the Olentangy River to the west, Spruce Street to the south, Dennison Avenue to the east and Goodale Street to the north.
Robert Elkin Neil, son of William and Hannah Neil, became a farmer in 1840 and then went into real estate. He married Jane Marshall Sullivant, great niece of US Chief Justice John Marshall, and niece of governor William Dennison.
Jeremiah Patrick O'Shaughnessy began his career at Central Ohio Feed and Coal Company in 1900 and was also a cashier at the National Bank of Commerce. O'Shaughnessy later managed the family business, O'Shaughnessy Funeral Home, 51 W. Second Ave.