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Kossuth Colony Historic District

Kossuth Colony Historic District
Houses on Mack Avenue
Kossuth Colony Historic District
Location Dayton, Ohio

39°47′0″N 84°10′17″W / 39.78333°N 84.17139°W / 39.78333; -84.17139Coordinates: 39°47′0″N 84°10′17″W / 39.78333°N 84.17139°W / 39.78333; -84.17139

Built 1906
Architect Jacob Doffee Moskowitz
Architectural style No Style Listed
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 79001900[1]
Added to NRHP December 21, 1979

Kossuth Colony Historic District, named for Lajos Kossuth, is a nationally recognized historic district[2] bounded by Baltimore Street, Mack Avenue and Notre Dame Avenue in Dayton, Ohio. The Kossuth Colony was built between 1905 and 1906 to house Hungarian immigrant workers for the Barney and Smith Car Company. The colony included some 40 structures including homes and a building referred to as the Clubhouse. The colony was completely enclosed until 1913.

On December 21, 1979, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

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