Discovering what’s under a Wapak building’s facade


Louie Erb (right) and Everet Lacy remove an awning on Friday morning. Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership held a reveal at 122 West Auglaize Street after receiving a grant to remove the non-historic siding covering the 19th-century commercial building. The grant was made possible through the Pipeline Initiative Program administered by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Ohio Development Services Agency.

Louie Erb (right) and Everet Lacy remove an awning on Friday morning. Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership held a reveal at 122 West Auglaize Street after receiving a grant to remove the non-historic siding covering the 19th-century commercial building. The grant was made possible through the Pipeline Initiative Program administered by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Ohio Development Services Agency.


Louie Erb (left) and Everet Lacy pull down siding to reveal antique glass on Friday morning. Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership held a reveal at 122 West Auglaize Street after receiving a grant to remove the non-historic siding covering the 19th-century commercial building. The grant was made possible through the Pipeline Initiative Program administered by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Ohio Development Services Agency.

Louie Erb (left) and Everet Lacy pull down siding to reveal antique glass on Friday morning. Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership held a reveal at 122 West Auglaize Street after receiving a grant to remove the non-historic siding covering the 19th-century commercial building. The grant was made possible through the Pipeline Initiative Program administered by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Ohio Development Services Agency.


Louie Erb (right) and Everet Lacy remove an awning on Friday morning. Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership held a reveal at 122 West Auglaize Street after receiving a grant to remove the non-historic siding covering the 19th-century commercial building. The grant was made possible through the Pipeline Initiative Program administered by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Ohio Development Services Agency.

Louie Erb (left) and Everet Lacy pull down siding to reveal antique glass on Friday morning. Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership held a reveal at 122 West Auglaize Street after receiving a grant to remove the non-historic siding covering the 19th-century commercial building. The grant was made possible through the Pipeline Initiative Program administered by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Ohio Development Services Agency.

Louie Erb (right) and Everet Lacy remove an awning on Friday morning. Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership held a reveal at 122 West Auglaize Street after receiving a grant to remove the non-historic siding covering the 19th-century commercial building. The grant was made possible through the Pipeline Initiative Program administered by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Ohio Development Services Agency.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/04/web1_wapakfacade-2.jpgLouie Erb (right) and Everet Lacy remove an awning on Friday morning. Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership held a reveal at 122 West Auglaize Street after receiving a grant to remove the non-historic siding covering the 19th-century commercial building. The grant was made possible through the Pipeline Initiative Program administered by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Ohio Development Services Agency.
Louie Erb (left) and Everet Lacy pull down siding to reveal antique glass on Friday morning. Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership held a reveal at 122 West Auglaize Street after receiving a grant to remove the non-historic siding covering the 19th-century commercial building. The grant was made possible through the Pipeline Initiative Program administered by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Ohio Development Services Agency.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/04/web1_wapakfacade-1.jpgLouie Erb (left) and Everet Lacy pull down siding to reveal antique glass on Friday morning. Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership held a reveal at 122 West Auglaize Street after receiving a grant to remove the non-historic siding covering the 19th-century commercial building. The grant was made possible through the Pipeline Initiative Program administered by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Ohio Development Services Agency.

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