Shades of 1815


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Re-painting of the John Johnston farm house is under way at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency. The project began this week with removing loose paint and priming. Window glazing will begin after the primer coat is applied followed by the final coat of paint. The six darker red areas at the bottom of the side of the house are color samples to determine which color most closely matches the original brick of the house with was built in 1815. The contractor for the project is Quality Masonry Co. out of Marion, OH. The project is being paid for thanks to a grant from the Miami County Foundation and the Ohio History Connection.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Re-painting of the John Johnston farm house is under way at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency. The project began this week with removing loose paint and priming. Window glazing will begin after the primer coat is applied followed by the final coat of paint. The six darker red areas at the bottom of the side of the house are color samples to determine which color most closely matches the original brick of the house with was built in 1815. The contractor for the project is Quality Masonry Co. out of Marion, OH. The project is being paid for thanks to a grant from the Miami County Foundation and the Ohio History Connection.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Re-painting of the John Johnston farm house is under way at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency. The project began this week with removing loose paint and priming. Window glazing will begin after the primer coat is applied followed by the final coat of paint. The six darker red areas at the bottom of the side of the house are color samples to determine which color most closely matches the original brick of the house with was built in 1815. The contractor for the project is Quality Masonry Co. out of Marion, OH. The project is being paid for thanks to a grant from the Miami County Foundation and the Ohio History Connection.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/06/web1_062717mju_johnstonfarm_painting.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Re-painting of the John Johnston farm house is under way at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency. The project began this week with removing loose paint and priming. Window glazing will begin after the primer coat is applied followed by the final coat of paint. The six darker red areas at the bottom of the side of the house are color samples to determine which color most closely matches the original brick of the house with was built in 1815. The contractor for the project is Quality Masonry Co. out of Marion, OH. The project is being paid for thanks to a grant from the Miami County Foundation and the Ohio History Connection.