Tuesday, June 2, 2015

203 S. Maltby Avenue - Sutton Houses Project


What do you know about the house at 203 S. Maltby Ave.?


203 S. Maltby Avenue


Welcome to another edition of the Sutton House Project. Check out this page for details and links to other houses posted on the blog:    http://suttonhistoricalsociety.blogspot.com/p/sutton-house-project.html

We welcome your comments about this house, for instance:

-          When was the house built?
-          Who built it?
-          Is there anything interesting or distinctive about the design, construction or features of the house?
-          Who lived in the house and when?
-          Were you ever in the house? What did it look like at that time?
-          What stories have you ever heard about the house?
-          Any other comments…

Do you have any photos of this house from the past? If so, we’d appreciate a copy.

Post in the comments below.

Okay, and thanks for playing.

n  The Management

2 comments:

Sutton Historical Society said...

This home was included in the 2008 calendar by the Sutton Historical Society - Sutton Historic Homes.

George H. Honey built this home at 203 S. Maltby in 1920. Honey was a Trustee of Sutton in 1880 and operated a hardware store, a furniture store and a mortuary on the property west of the home. That building later served as the Sutton High School auditorium and is now the location of the Sutton Community Center. Otto and Emma Kohler purchased the home from Mr. Honey. The Kohler's owned and operated the Kohler Mortuary across the street and to the north for several years.

Bobbie Itzen said...

Pam Woodard lived in the house a few years