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The Kunkel House - 520 Center Street
www.centerstreethistoricdistrict.org, 27 Nov 2010 [cached]
Betty Plank for her Historic Ashland article in the Ashland Times
Century of Ashland Arrow Basketball
www.centuryarrowsbkb.com, $reference.date [cached]
A School board member rented the Armory twice a week for practice and games. (According to Betty Plank, Ashland's premier historian, the benefactor was probably the president of the school board, P.A. Myers.) The A's uniforms were Red and White, thus the colors became their nickname.
Tile Heritage E-NEWS
www.tileheritage.org, 5 July 2008 [cached]
Betty Plank , a writer for the Ashland Times-Gazette , was kind enough to join us on our recent house tour in Ashland, Ohio.
Her "Tiles draw crowd to Center St. Historic District" appeared in the local paper on October 27, 2007 along with this photograph.
We would like to thank Betty for her well-written article, our host Dotty Tennis (now a THF member), and home owner Sarah Rowan for inviting our group to see firsthand her two beautifully maintained Moravian fireplace mantels!
www.ashlandhistory.org, 25 Jan 2012 [cached]
Local Historian Betty Plank wrote the "Historic Ashland County Books, Volumes I, II and III.
The Brinton House - 603 Center Street
www.centerstreethistoricdistrict.org, 1 June 2008 [cached]
City historian, Betty Plank, lived in the home during the 40s and 50s.
Her research has been invaluable.