P.O. Box 333 Tiffin, OH 44883 | (419) 447-4789 | email@example.com
"Preserving Tiffin's Architectural Heritage"
“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.”
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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
TIFFIN COMMUNITY EVENTS CALENDAR
May 18, 2016 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm Downtown Summit 2016
May 19, 2016 10:00 am - 4:00 pm "Dollars and Sense of Rehabilitation"
Learn how to implement projects and will feature speakers on: historic tax credits, investor pods, easement incentives and downtown Community Development Block Grant. Presented by SIEDC at Wickham Hall Heidelberg Campus Center
June 12, 2016 "Behind the Facade: Courthouse Square" presented by the Tiffin Historic Trust
More information coming soon.
TIFFIN HISTORIC TRUST
ANNUAL DINNER & HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARDS
THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2016
WICKHAM GREAT HALL, HIEDELBERG CAMPUS CENTER
SOCIAL GATHERING 6:00 p.m.
DINNER: STARTS AT 6:30 p.m
The dinner is open to members, friends, and others interested in learning more about the design of the new Joint Justice Center. In addition, the annual Historic Preservation Awards will be presented to buildings whose owners have done historically sensitive preservation projects, and one will receive the prestigious Nevin E. B. Martin Award for a significant project. One individual will receive the Kenneth E. Davison Award for ongoing contribution to historic preservation in the Tiffin area.
Thomas M. Potts, the principal architect of the Seneca County and Tiffin Joint Justice Center, is the keynote speaker at the May 26, 2016 Tiffin Historic Trust annual dinner meeting. Potts has been with Silling Architects for twenty-one years and is a leader in justice facility work, including the design of sixty courthouse projects and over one hundred courtrooms.
Dinner reservations are due by May 18, by phoning Nancy Cook at 419-447-0665.
Specify your choice of entrée: parmesan chicken breast, herb encrusted pork loin, or butternut squash ravioli. Payment is at the door. A brief business meeting follows the speaker and the presentation of awards.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: THOMAS M. WATTS