1012 Huron Street

Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Local History and Genealogy, 1955.

1012 Huron was built in 1860. It was located in Toledo’s Vistula Historic District. The home was owned by Samuel and Anna Maltz c1948. It was later owned by their son Leo Maltz c1959. It switched many hands over the decades before being demolished in 2023. It was deemed to have “no features of architectural or historic significance.”

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“Assorted Sin” – Mary Costello

A end gabled folk house on the 300 block of Nebraska Avenue. (John Curgil home, 350 Nebraska).

Mary Costello, born c1881 in Madison, Indiana, moved to Toledo in 1905 after being shot in the face in Louisville, Kentucky by her third and final husband. In 1930 Mary lived in “the slums” in the 300 block of Nebraska Avenue in Toledo and ran a “vice resort.” Anna Brierley was one of her “roomers.”

1930 Census
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