Taylor Stone Collection

Title

Taylor Stone Collection

Description

The Taylor Stone Company was established in 1895, west of Rarden, Ohio. In 1915, Taylor Stone Company consolidated with the McDermott Stone Company in McDermott, Ohio. The stone was used for building, paving and bridge construction.

Collection Items

New Boston M.E. Church
Black and white photo image of the New Boson Methodist Episcopal Church located on Gallia Avenue, at the northeast corner of Glenwood Avenue.

Lawson &amp; Flood Furniture Company<br /><br />
Portsmouth, Ohio
Black and white photo image of the Lawson & Flood Furniture Company building on Lawson Street, between Gallia and Eighth (8th) Streets.

W. J. Hays Motors Company<br /><br />
Black & white photo image of W. J. Hays Motors Company. The company was the distributor for Durant, Star, and Flint cars. Sales Room located at 2115 Gallia Street.

Phil Wolff &amp; Company<br /><br />
New Boston, Ohio
Black and white photo image of the The Phil Wolff & Company, clothing store. Business was located at 4152 Gallia, at the corner of Park Avenue.

Marshall School<br /><br />
Scioto Furnace, Ohio
Black and white photo image of Marshall School, located on Great Meadow Road, Scioto Furnace, Ohio. The building was built in 1930.

Nauvoo School
Black and white photo image of Nauvoo School, located in Washington Township and built in 1921.

Unidentified Church
Black and white photo image of an unidentified church building.

The Portsmouth Telephone Company
Black and white photo image of the Portsmouth Telephone Company Building located at 820-824 Seventh (7th) Street.

Unidentified Cemetery Photo
Black and white photo image of a group of men standing around a coffin getting ready to be buried in Seneca Falls, New York

Lafayette Taylor Residence
Black and white photo image of the residence of Lafayette Taylor located in McDermott, Ohio. The house was built of 3rd ledge buff stone, produced by the Taylor Stone Company.
Lafayette turned the home into a museum where he displayed his hunting…

Inside Residence of Lafayette Taylor
Black and white photo image of the inside of the residence of Lafayette Taylor.
Here is a view of the fireplace and mantel. Art Stone selected to obtain the uniform striped effect.

Rose Ridge, Residence of Mr. Levi D. York<br /><br />
Black and white photo image of the residence of Mrs. Levi D. York, located at Rose Ridge, Jackson Avenue.
Architect: Devoss & Donaldson
Contractor: R.L. Hopkins
Indiana limestone used for trim. Machine and cutting performed by Taylor Stone…
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