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Boetticher residence (407 N First Ave)

Boetticher residence (407 N First Ave)


Boetticher residence (407 N First Ave)

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a.k.a. Owls' Home

407 N First Ave, originally 807 First Ave
Evansville, IN

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c1877 House is built
1900s Tower removed
1923 Becomes Owls Home, dance hall added
2012 Owls relocated and home razed


Northeast corner of First Ave and Michigan St
District: Lamasco
Latitude: 37.98145817
Longitude: -87.57459641
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edward boetticher built c1877 lost tower boetticher ed (boetticher & kellogg) - 807 first ave (now 407n)

Owls sell old location to Fellwock Auto Company in June 1922. Club buys house and adds dance hall to south side of building. Owls move in after addition is completed around Spring 1923.

Owls relocated off Diamond Ave, and the old home was bought by Berry Plastics. It was razed May 2012 though some of the old architectural details were salvaged


See also Residences / Domestic Lamasco district

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