The Seneca County Museum is to partner with Tiffin native John Huss, an architectural historian and design consultant, for a special presentation.
Through the use of historical photos and Netcher's own blueprints, Huss will take us on a fascinating trip into the life and creative world of George Netcher. Tiffin's prominent early 20th century architect. Huss will also feature Netcher's clients and reveal his sometimes problematic relations with clients.
Netcher's career in Tiffin included the design of such noted buildings as the B.P.O.E. Lodge, K of C Lodge, the original Mercy Hospital, Cunningham House-Tiffin City Schools Administration building, Frost-Kalnow House, Kalbfleisch-Schneppat House, Bagby-Watson-Eberly House, Gottlieb-Supance House, Gibson-Kildow House, Loomis-Laird-Troxel House, numerous smaller residences and remodeling projects and many banks throughout Ohio.
The program will be presented free of charge on August 19, 2021 at 7p.m. in the Fort Ball Room of the Seneca County Museum, 28 Clay St, Tiffin, Ohio Everyone is welcome!