P.O. Box 333 Tiffin, OH 44883 |  (419) 447-4789  |  tiffinfistoric@att.net
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“Our mission is to promote preservation in Tiffin by meetings, publications, tours and educational initiatives in the community and to develop a plan for restoration of our local architectural landmarks.



















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The Tiffin Historic Trust, Inc.'s headquarters are located in the Grammes- Brown House, located on 172 Jefferson Street, Tiffin, OH 44883. The elegant, nine-room Second Empire home was erected in 1884 by a local confectioner and baker, Peter Grammes. Fire woodwork, antiques, treasures and collections belonging to three generations fill the Victorian-Era house.

The property was donated to Tiffin Historic Trust, Inc. by the late Rosina Brown, granddaughter of the home's builder.
TOURS
Tours include the Grammes Brown House and garden, and the attached Old Victorian Carriage House.

$3.00 per person             By Appointment ONLY

Please contact us at 419-447-4789 or at tiffinhistoric@att.net
Individual $10
Family $20
Sponsor $35
Patron $50
Business $75
Corporate $250
Tiffin Historic District Signs Fund       Carriage House Restoration Fund
Tiffin Historic Trust, Inc. welcomes you to become a member and donate to one of our funds:
Tiffin Historic Trust, Inc. is a non-profit 503(c)3 organization dedicated to the historical preservation and revitalization of the Tiffin region. Your donations are TAX DEDUCTABLE.
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ANNUAL PRESERVATION AWARD DINNER

THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2015
6:00PM - 8:30 PM

HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY
     Wickham Great Hall       
TIFFIN AREA GARDEN TOUR 2015

SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 2015, 1:00p - 5:00p
Please RSVP by Thursday, May 21 to Nancy Cook, 419-447-0665.
The cost is $25.00 per person.
Amy has a bachelor’s degree in architecture and experience in downtown development.

Amy understands the importance of the small business owner, of property owners, of events and projects in the downtown, and supports and understands the Main Street approach. Prior to joining SIEDC, Amy was a Program Coordinator with Leadership Seneca County and facilitated a drafting course for the Engineering Department of University of Toledo. She also worked for SSOE, an engineering and architectural firm, and led the Young Architect’s Forum as President.
KEY NOTE SPEAKER

AMY REINHART
Downtown Development Coordinator of SIEDC
Visit gardens in town and the countryside, including many never before on view to the public.  The gardens include large and small, shade and cottage and many others.

Tickets may be bought the day of the tour at The Grammes-Brown House, 172 Jefferson St. 419-618-9728 or earlier at Tiffin Ace Hardware, 1550 West Market Street. Tickets are $10.00 per person (under 10 years are free)

1 Grammes-Brown House - 172 Jefferson Street
2 Herb and Paula Crum - 176 Jefferson Street
3 Ed Goshe - 26 Clinton Avenue
4 Janet Del Turco - 390 South Jefferson Street
5 Craig and Jennifer Buskirk - 3924 N. St. Rte. 101