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Andrew Lytle House
Forest Avenue, South Lebanon, Ohio
This house was built by Andrew Lytle  in the village of Deerfield (now South Lebanon) in 1796 and was the site of the 1st tanyard in Warren County and probably in Ohio.  The home has been restored by the current owner, Dean Evans
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Photos taken before restoration

Dean Evans
16 Jan 2010


inside fireplace
Photos taken after restoration by
Dean Evans
16 Jan 2010

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