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the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers.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

Last additions - Owensville
433 viewsOwensville Historical Society Log Cabin. The cabin that was in Owensville was bought by the Society and moved to Gauche ParkOct 05, 2013
333 viewsThis sign was placed on the church/village hall in 2000 in celebration of the Clermont County Bicentennal Oct 05, 2013
402 viewsView of Main Street in Owensville in the late 1800'sOct 05, 2013
362 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.Oct 05, 2013
397 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.

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369 viewsMap of Owensville in 1870Oct 05, 2013
367 viewsOwensville girls at a picnic in the early 1900'sOct 05, 2013
351 viewsOwensville girls at a picnicOct 05, 2013
360 viewsIntersection of RT50 (Main St.) and Belfast Rd. Early 1900's- On left side is the IOOF buildiing and the Methodist Episcopal ChurchOct 05, 2013
403 viewsLog Cabin in Gauche Park was restored by the Owensville Historical SocietyOct 05, 2013
365 viewsThis house on Main Street was torn down in the 1980's to make room for an addition to the IGA store. It was at first the Malone Home and later the Favret Home.Oct 05, 2013
415 viewsThis house, located at 410 S. Broadway, was the former residence of the Gauche family. It was donated to the Village of Owensville with 9.6 acres of land in 2000. The property was made into the Gauche Park. The house became the home of the Owensville Historical Society. They have a museum in it. It also was the former home of Ohio Governor John Pattison (1847).Oct 05, 2013
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