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the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers.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


BATAVIA_DOWNTOWN.jpg
476 viewsBatavia- Main Street when it was still dirt.
Batavia_Feed_Mlll.jpg
430 viewsBatavia Roller Mill and feed store. South Riverside drive.
Batavia_Gatchett_Motors.jpg
492 viewsBatavia-Gatchett Motor Company, 465 East Main Street. circa 1975. Later office of the Clermont Sun Publishing Co.
BATAVIA_HIGH_SCHOOL.jpg
446 viewsBatavia- Old High School
Batavia_Hotel.jpg
447 viewsBatavia-Main Street. First hotel on this site was built by Davis in 1821. Burned down in 1897 and rebuilt by Rufus Walker. Renamed Clermont Hotel in circa 1900. Torn down in 1980.
BATAVIA_INN.jpg
414 viewsBatavia-Clermont Hotel. In background is the IOOF building circa 1930s
BATAVIA_JAIL.jpg
407 views
BATAVIA_JAIL2.jpg
398 viewsBatavia- Jail.Built in 1891, replaced in 1936 Picture circa 1900
BATAVIA_LIARS_BENCH.jpg
466 viewsBatavia "Liers Bench"-Main Street- L to R. C.O. Rice, C.L. Slade, W.L.Grace, W.M.Keen, J.B. Warner, N.B. Dennison, C. Daughery gather to share stories and news. 1957
BATAVIA_LOG_CABIN.jpg
484 viewsLog cabin that once stood outside Batavia
Batavia_Main_St.jpg
420 viewsBatavia-Main Street circa 1930
BATAVIA_MAIN_STREE.jpg
482 viewsBuildings on Main Street just west of SR132 in 1965. They were razed for a Sohio gas station. First building on left at one time housed Batavia's first saloon operated by Hoerner. The middle house, one of the oldest in Batavia, owned by Wilomina Wolfe. The house on the right was owned by Augusta Hulick.
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