THE EXPLORER’S LOG

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3 Comments

  1. I know where the 1860s Victorian Mansion you posted on July 28th is located. Can you give me the owner’s contact info to see if they’d be interested in selling? Thank you!

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  2. Hi I saw ur video on the abandon farm house in Miami Valley, Ohio. That is my dream house. Could u email the location/address so I can find out more about house, I would love to buy it. Thanks you so much.
    Nancy Laird

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  3. That 1825 building on Paul Lawrence Dunbar St was a Black YWCA, and meeting place for Black women.

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