By 1812Blockhouse

One of the most enjoyable things about publishing 1812Blockhouse are occasions when our readers continue the story with their own contributions.

Such an event happened a year ago, when we shared our Landmarks of Mansfield post about the Adam J. Endly House on West Fourth Street.

The 19th century residence is one that has captured the imagination of more than one passer-by as the house has been boarded up for many years, fueling the imagination of many about what might be inside.

Shortly after we published the story, it was reposted on the Preserving Ohio Facebook group. Soon thereafter, Mansfielder Alan Wigton shared several photos of the Endly House interior taken during a 2016 visit. The images reveal that the inside was then in a good condition.

To see the photos, click here and scroll through the post comments.

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