TempoNick

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  1. You can look up deeds at this site: https://countyfusion5.propertyinfo.com/countyweb/login.do Charles C. Bachman and Beatrice Emily Bachman sold some property in 1950. The Columbus Crew Soccer Stadium and The Ohio Fairgrounds sits on one of their parcels. The other parcel looks like where they might have lived: 572 Woodbury Ave. https://www.google.com/maps/place/Woodbury+Ave,+Columbus,+OH+43223/@39.9446381,-83.0470819,3a,30y,75.01h,86.81t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s7QLvV5JD8qTes9XraFzkIw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x88388f8f7f848e71:0xc0b85fbb1caccd!8m2!3d39.9447776!4d-83.0471277 http://apps.franklincountyauditor.com/ParcelSheet/010-068193-00
  2. Simeon Edsel, Columbus, Ohio. Located on the southwest corner of S. Fifth St. and E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio. The showroom for Columbus Buick, their sister dealership also owned by the Simeons, was located on the southeast corner of the same intersection. Columbus Buick became Len Immke Buick and Len Immke was friends with a guy known as Dave Thomas. The Len Immke showroom became the world's first Wendy's restaurant. Len Immke moved to 32 S. Fifth St., in the bottom floor of the Capitol Parking Garage. Len Immke changed hands in the last year or two and is now Sandoval Buick, located near the airport.