Dr. Hunt’s Laboratory gets some paint


Thomas Wolfe, of Troy, paints a building at 215 W. Court St., on Tuesday, Sept. 1. The building is zoned commercial and is currently unoccupied as it continues to be refurbished. According to the Shelby County Historical Society the building is registered in the Ohio Historic Inventory and was built in 1876 as a Queen Anne style home. It was the laboratory of Dr. B.S. Hunt, who owned the American Chemical Company which produced a popular “New Corn Cure” elixir around 1900. The property also has an adjacent carriage house.

Thomas Wolfe, of Troy, paints a building at 215 W. Court St., on Tuesday, Sept. 1. The building is zoned commercial and is currently unoccupied as it continues to be refurbished. According to the Shelby County Historical Society the building is registered in the Ohio Historic Inventory and was built in 1876 as a Queen Anne style home. It was the laboratory of Dr. B.S. Hunt, who owned the American Chemical Company which produced a popular “New Corn Cure” elixir around 1900. The property also has an adjacent carriage house.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Thomas Wolfe, of Troy, paints a building at 215 W. Court St., on Tuesday, Sept. 1. The building is zoned commercial and is currently unoccupied as it continues to be refurbished. According to the Shelby County Historical Society the building is registered in the Ohio Historic Inventory and was built in 1876 as a Queen Anne style home. It was the laboratory of Dr. B.S. Hunt, who owned the American Chemical Company which produced a popular “New Corn Cure” elixir around 1900. The property also has an adjacent carriage house.

Thomas Wolfe, of Troy, paints a building at 215 W. Court St., on Tuesday, Sept. 1. The building is zoned commercial and is currently unoccupied as it continues to be refurbished. According to the Shelby County Historical Society the building is registered in the Ohio Historic Inventory and was built in 1876 as a Queen Anne style home. It was the laboratory of Dr. B.S. Hunt, who owned the American Chemical Company which produced a popular “New Corn Cure” elixir around 1900. The property also has an adjacent carriage house.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/09/web1_SDN090220PaintingHouse.jpgThomas Wolfe, of Troy, paints a building at 215 W. Court St., on Tuesday, Sept. 1. The building is zoned commercial and is currently unoccupied as it continues to be refurbished. According to the Shelby County Historical Society the building is registered in the Ohio Historic Inventory and was built in 1876 as a Queen Anne style home. It was the laboratory of Dr. B.S. Hunt, who owned the American Chemical Company which produced a popular “New Corn Cure” elixir around 1900. The property also has an adjacent carriage house. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News