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Dayton's Main Street: Before and After

[Editor's note: Several building fronts in Dayton's Downtown Historic District have been restored by their owners in the past couple of decades. Dayton Historical Depot Society president Ginny Butler...


Historic Homes Leave Legacy for Future Generations

Both of the featured homes this week are part of the South Side Historic District, which is a reminder of a past that had a bright and prosperous future. It is a timeline of the formation and growth of a small farming community that is still...


Contributing and Non- Contributing Historic Buildings

Within each Historic District there are both contributing and non-contributing buildings. What makes a district is that there is a clear majority of buildings that contribute in a major way to the...


Historic Districts Provide Benefits to Investors

[Editor;s Note: This is the first in a short series of articles that will appear on this page about the importance of preserving and restoring the historic buildings in the Touchet Valley] Growing up...


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