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.
Beginning Sunday, April 19, 2015 at 2:00 pm, you can once again enjoy an alcoholic beverage of your choice in public without fear of a raid! So, pull out the pomade, put on your dancing shoes, and join the Tiffin Historic Trust and The Clover Club as we celebrate the repeal of the Volstead Act!
The THT has begun a new effort to celebrate not only the physical structure, but also what that building has meant to Tiffin's people-both then and now. One way to do that is to celebrate local businesses which have meant so much to our town and whose buildings have become landmarks within the community. The Clover Club is just such a place!
Dennis Stevenson, The Clover Club manager, will offer a special menu featuring food popular during the period, as well as a selection of special Prohibition-era cocktails and beers from which to choose. Guests are encouraged to dress in period costume (anything from Flapper Girl to Zoot Suit Dude) and a special LIVE BAND from Detroit will play favorites from the 20s and 30s.
APRIL 19, 2015 2PM
JOIN US AT THE CLOVER CLUB!
ANNUAL PRESERVATION AWARD DINNER
THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2015
6:00PM - 8:30 PM
Wickham Great Hall
SUMMER GARDEN TOUR 2015
SUNDAY, JUNE 14TH, 1PM - 4PM
More information to be announced