Talk:Adolph Boesel House

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Below please find additional information to be included at the end of the existing Wikipedia entry for the Adolph Boesel House:

After the death of Rabe’s widow in 1984, the home was sold to Crown Controls Corp. of New Bremen.(6) The company, known today as Crown Equipment Corporation, moved the Queen Anne-style home in 1986 across the village. (7) Although classified as demolished by the Ohio Historical Society because the home was moved from its original location, the building has been fully restored by Crown Equipment and is used as a corporate guest house.

We would also propose adding the following references:

(6) A House Full of Memories; Julie Grothaus Zerbe, author; The Towpath (1) 2014. Newsletter published by the New Bremen Historical Society (7) The Evening Leader, photos and story by Phil McLean, photographer, author, The Evening Leader, St. Marys, May 31, 1986.

We have a recent photograph of the house at its current location at 400 Easthaven, New Bremen, Ohio; Courtesy of Crown Equipment. We request the help of a confirmed editor to publish this photo to the infobox of the entry. Dhelmstetter (talk) 15:14, 16 January 2014 (UTC)