Building permits 1927

 

 

The Pantagraph reported at the end of 1927 that the permits issued aggregated $1,000,000 in homes and other buildings. The writer pointed out that the price noted on the permit did not include any extras in the construction such as electrical, gas or plumbing. The largest construction site that year was the new Holy Trinity High School. There were also many many garages being built due to the growing popularity of the automobile. There were 30 houses built in Founders' Grove:

 

211 Willard -- Lloyd Shoemaker -- $5000

 

213 Florence -- L B Russell -- $6000

 

212 Florence -- Adolph Roggy -- $4000

 

204 Florence -- C T Anderson -- $4000

 

2017 Taylor -- Charles E Hall -- $4000

 

1917 Taylor -- Charles E Hall -- $9000

 

206 Willard -- Charles E Hall -- $5000

 

216 Woodland -- Charles E Hall -- $8000

 

2001 Jackson -- Charles E Hall -- $9000 -- brick

 

1705 Taylor -- Charles E Hall -- $7000

 

1922 Oakland -- Charles E Hall -- $5000

 

1507 Olive -- Charles Bates -- $9000

 

1402 Olive -- Charles Bates -- $9000

 

413 Kreitzer -- Charles Bates -- $5000

 

2019 Taylor -- H O Filer -- $10,000

 

209 Kreitzer -- W D Alexander -- $5000

 

2021 Taylor -- W D Alexander -- $5000

 

6 Harwood -- W S Harwood -- $5000

 

101 Moore -- A Caldwell -- $6000

 

301 Kreitzer -- George W Montgomery -- $7000

 

407 Kreitzer -- JW Ahlers -- $5000

 

2010 Taylor -- O E Archer -- $8000

 

1516 Olive -- Elmo Lain -- $6000

 

Kreitzer & Oakland -- Rodgers & Moratz -- $7000

 

1417 Grove -- Max Klenner -- $10,000

 

403 Kreitzer -- Clarence Powell -- $5000

 

217 Florence -- William Mast -- $7000

 

1406 Jackson -- Westside Coal & Lumber Co. -- $7000