1063-1065 Columbia Avenue – Established mid 1800’s
“St. Mary’s Academy” is said to have been built by John Daveler, Sr. before 1859. It was a school for boys operated by Mr. and Mrs. John H.B. Wagner from 1874 until 1882, and known as “Barnard Place.” Later, it was owned by St. Mary’s Orphan Asylum from 1882 until 1894, and then converted to a double house in 1908 by Hugh R. Fulton. It is a two and one-half story brick house.