Ohio Memory has published a new post, “Rush Creek Village: Organic Architecture and Usonian Homes”
Tucked away in the Columbus suburb of Worthington, to the east of High Street and nestled along what’s now known as Rush Run, is a remarkable community of homes that many Ohioans–and even Worthington residents–have never heard of. Rush Creek Village, a subdivision of approximately 45 homes laid out along shady streets with names like Evergreen Circle, Pincherry Lane and White Oak Place, is recognized as one of the largest and most well-maintained communities of organic architecture still in existence. Material related to this important historic location, part of the Harold Pepinsky Collection in the Ohio History Connection archives, is now available on Ohio Memory! […]
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Rush Creek Village: Organic Architecture and Usonian Homes
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