City directories previous to 1936 are on microfilm and not all years were filmed. If they were at some point, they aren't available now.
In the 1895 directory, the closest name is Peesenye, John, laborer, bds e s Front 3 n of Ann, E. S. Translated, that is boards east side (of) Front (street) 3 (buildings) north of Ann, East Side.
Ann is an old street name, now known as Bogar Avenue. To locate that address today would be in the even numbered 2000 block of Front Street. This area is in the Birmingham Neighborhood, a mostly Hungarian area in that time frame.
In the 1896 directory the closest name is Peesanye, Andrew, laborer, Nat Mall Castings Co. No street names only the name of the business where he worked; National Malleable Castings Company.
The following is from "Life and Times in Toledo's Birmingham Neighborhood": "In 1892, the National Malleable Castings Company of Cleveland, Ohio, transferred approximately 200 Hungarian workers from its home foundry to a newly built East Toledo site. The Birmingham neighborhood quickly became a major working-class Hungarian enclave and thrived through the first half of the 20th century. Birmingham was revitalized in the 1970's when a plan to build a highway exit through the community rallied its citizens to action. Today, Birmingham remains a vibrant neighborhood. The essays of Hungarian American Toledo tell its story."
There is no name close to Pecsenye in the 1899 directory.
PS. Bogar and Front would be 1 block north of Tony Packo's Cafe, made famous by Jamie Farr in M*A*S*H. (http://www.tonypackos.com)