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More Sears Houses in Hartwell (Cincinnati)

More Sears Houses in Hartwell (Cincinnati)

A couple of weeks ago, I stumbled across two older Sears models while researching in the Hartwell neighborhood of Cincinnati.  Check them out! A 123 and a 124 and a 3190B While we were in that area, we drove past several other Sears Homes that were on the “Master List of Sears Houses in the […]

G.V.T. houses in Zanesville

G.V.T. houses in Zanesville

A week or so ago, fellow Sears House researcher Andrew Mutch located a kit house in New York State from the Gordon Van-Tine Co. through a Mechanic’s Lien notice in an on line archived newspaper.  I, myself, have located quite a few Sears Roebuck homes from Mechanic’s Liens notices in the Cincinnati area, but never […]

The Sears Houses of Pleasant Ridge (Cincinnati)

The Sears Houses of Pleasant Ridge (Cincinnati)

Oh Cincinnati, I haven’t forgotten you.  In fact, no serious Sears House researcher would ever forget about Cincinnati.  Why?  Because it’s the home to the most Sears Houses ever built.  That have been located so far, that is. I’ve been on numerous day trips to Cincinnati to get pictures of some of the houses that […]

Over the River – part 2- Ft Mitchell, KY

Over the River – part 2- Ft Mitchell, KY

  My last post showed several Sears Houses I spotted while driving (Google and for real) in Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky, a lovely community just a few miles south of the Ohio River.  I promised to post the rest, and here they are, except for one, which I will feature separately. As in my last post, […]

Is That a Train Load of Sears Houses in Middletown?

Is That a Train Load of Sears Houses in Middletown?

A while back I was traveling through Middletown, Ohio with my daughter on the way to visit family in Cincinnati.  I had never really been to Middletown before.  It was only a word on the I-75 exit sign.  It’s an interesting town.  It seems to be built around old factories and railroad tracks.  Well, that […]

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