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Harry Linch home

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Ohio Federal Writers' Project


Reverse reads: "Residence of Harry Linch, 760 Avondale Ave., Avondale. Erected in 1929, the architecture is a combination of Spanish and Italian. Photo by Federal Writers' Photographer, District #2. July 1, 1937. Cincinnati, Ohio." This photograph shows the front left side of the Harry Linch (Lynch) home, located at 960 Avondale Avenue in the North Avondale community of Cincinnati, Ohio. Built for Cincinnati lawyer Harry L. Linch, it was designed in a combination of Spanish, Italian and Federal style architecture by Grosvenor Atterbury, using rough stone with red brick trim. It is largely an imitation of Atterbury's work for Linch's neighbor, Jean Maxwell Schmidlapp (Ca Sole) in nearby Hyde Park. Landscaping was done by Ferrucio Vitale.
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