Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Squint Shot 051512

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? 

1 comment:

amuse me said...

As an update, I may have gotten the addresses wrong on a couple of houses. If you check out yesterday's squint shot, that was Gordon and Gladys Harmon's house and this one was the home of the Robbs family at one time. Maxine Joll also lived here.