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Longnecker, Doctor, Office Building (Worthington, Ohio)

Looking at the historic building on the SW Corner of High and New England from the abandoned Sohio Station, I remembered Dr. Longnecker's dental office on the was on the second floow back in the 1930's Juanita Stoddard ran a beauty shop on the first floor. In the 1950,s Worthington Realty was on the street level. We bought a house from their agent, Allen Shaw, in1954.

The Worthington Post Office was on the New England side. Mrs Griffith, Postmisstress, saved blocks of stamps with the plate number for me during my grade school years when I was collecting.


(I've used photo titles in the form used by the Natonal Register.)


The Ntaonal Regester of Historic Places has details of the structure:

Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering

Architect, builder, or engineer: Unknown

Architectural Style: Bungalow/Craftsman, Colonial Revival

Area of Significance: Architecture

Period of Significance: 1900-1924

Owner: Private

Historic Function: Domestic, Government, Health Care

Historic Sub-function: Medical Business/Office, Multiple Dwelling, Post Office, Single Dwelling

Current Function: Commerce/Trade

Current Sub-function: Business


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Taken on June 16, 2012