Clermont County Ohio Historical Photographs

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Over the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers. We hope you enjoy this historical collection of photographs from the county. More detailed descriptions of the photographs are in the historical societies archive. The photo archive has been index to assist in searching this collection of Clermont County, Ohio

430 viewsHarness racing at the Boston County Fair-circa 1910.
The Clermont County Fair was moved to Boston (now called Owensville) in 1864 and called the Boston Fair
418 viewsChildren at the Boston Fair, 1910
CCHS Fair Booth438 viewsClermont County Historical Society booth at the county Fair in 1971
434 viewsFelter General Store located on Main Street. Note the merchandise at that time. The building was moved to Heritage Village in Sharon Woods Park
462 viewsOwensville Overhall Factory workers. circa 1915. The factory was located on the corner of Broadway and Main Street. The building was formerly a Odd Fellos Lodge. Later is was the site of a Marathon Gas Station.
Owensville Historical Society photo
360 viewsThis sign was placed on the church/village hall in 2000 in celebration of the Clermont County Bicentennal
463 viewsOwensville Historical Society Log Cabin. The cabin that was in Owensville was bought by the Society and moved to Gauche Park
424 viewsBuildings at the corner of Main Street and Belfast Road
436 viewsView of Main Street in Owensville in the late 1800's
402 viewsMap of Owensville in 1870
428 viewsOne of the oldest brick buildings in Owensville. Built by F.X. Iuen Located on NE corner of Main street and Belfest. It is the site of the first house in village, built by Cranston Lewis.

390 viewsOwensville, Old Boston House, built 1838 by Zack Robinson. Formerly Ulrey homestead and store. First brick building built in village. It later became the site of a Sohio Gas station.
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