Mrs. A.W. Byers later sold the home to Jerry Mangan, a contractor, who used it in many fashions including renting it out to the Universal Institue, a correspondence business school which had 24 workers in the structure. Catherine Mangan sold the home in 1986 and it has three owners since. The current owners, Cynthia and Johnny, are restoring this gem and have turned it into a bed and breakfast.
If you'll note in the 1940 Tax photo, there is a porch roof on the east side (left) which is missing today. Due to a failure to maintain the building, the roof collapsed (below). This was well before Cynthia and Johnny owned it.
Front entry on left which has a "B" etched into the glass for Byers.
Butler's pantry above.