The Seven Mile House was situated in the extreme northeast corner of
According to an article in the issue of the March 4, 1899 issue of the Sandusky Star, Charles Linder operated a butcher shop and saloon in the building. Three of the Linder children came down with smallpox in March of 1899.
This advertisement for dancing at the Seven Mile House appeared in the Sandusky Star Journal on December 3, 1920. The Seven Mile House served as a tavern in the same location for a number of years.
A bookstore has recently occupied the intersection near the site of the old Seven Mile House. When you travel by automobile from