Fremont, OH Photos

Fremont, OH is a village best known for its Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center. The downtown has a small area of heritage buildings.

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Sandusky County Court House. Fremont, OH.Sandusky County Jail & Sheriff's House. Fremont, OH.Stahl Building with heritage tower. Fremont, OH.St Paul's Church. Fremont, OH.
Sandusky County Court House (1844 & 70 wings) (100 N. Park Ave.). Fremont, OH. Style: Greek Revival.Sandusky County Jail & Sheriff's House (622 Croghan St.). Fremont, OH. Style: Romanesque, Queen Anne. Architect: John Carlton Johnson & Theodore Brockman. On National Register.Stahl Building with heritage tower (615 Croghan St.). Fremont, OH.St Paul's Church (1843) (200 N. Park Ave.). Fremont, OH. Style: Gothic Revival. On National Register.
Gothic Revival church with spire. Fremont, OH.St Joseph's Church. Fremont, OH.First Presbyterian Church of Fremont. Fremont, OH.Frederick Fabing House. Fremont, OH.
Gothic Revival church with spire. Fremont, OH.St Joseph's Church (709 Croghan St.). Fremont, OH.First Presbyterian Church of Fremont (1862) (120 South Park Ave.). Fremont, OH.Frederick Fabing House (201 S. Park Ave.). Fremont, OH. On National Register.
Richardsonian Romanesque style heritage house. Fremont, OH.


Richardsonian Romanesque style heritage house. Fremont, OH.



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