This house has a long history, and may well have been used by some of the Fowlers, but in my travels last summer with a good friend who is a life-long resident here, he told me J. Gordon and Gladys Harmon had made this their home.
As a bit of history, Gordon Harmon, along with Andrew Rudnicki, was a co-owner of The Fowlerville Review a few years after G.L. Adams had sold it. They were in partnership for about a dozen years before Mr. Harmon went into the real estate business and Mr. Rudnicki continued as sole owner. This would have been in the late 1930s until the late 1940s.
I have been told there are gorgeous oak floors in this house -- anyone care to add a bit more info?