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Masonic Temple


302 Wayne Street

On December 20, 1886 a joint communication from Science Lodge 50 and Perseverance #329 suggested that a Masonic Home be built in Sandusky. Continue Reading >
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Odd Fellows Hall


225 West Washington Row

Located at 231 West Washington Row (originally called Park Row), the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Hall was constructed in 1889 and dedicated in March of 1890. Continue Reading >
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Red Popcorn Wagon


NW Corner Columbus Ave and W. Washington Row

When most people think of popcorn the image of a movie theater lobby comes to mind. Continue Reading >
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Sandusky Marker


Washington Street, between Columbus Ave and Jackson Street

In 1816, Zalmon Wildman, a citizen of Connecticut, platted “Sandusky City” in Portland Township on the south shore of Sandusky Bay on the site formerly occupied by the Indian chief, Ogontz. Continue Reading >
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Sandusky Plat Marker


SW Corner of Wayne and Washington Streets

In 1817, James Kilbourne met Isaac Mills and Zalmon Wildman, the owners of the land where Sandusky now stands, and convinced them to pool their resources in order to establish a new city on the south shore of Sandusky Bay. Continue Reading >
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