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the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers.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 - Bethel
883 viewsResidence and office of Dr. William Eberie Thompson. The building was built by his father in 1821-1823.
133 South Main Street. Dr. Thompson lived to be 104 and was still practings medician whne he dies in 1940
Oct 05, 2013
784 viewsStage Coach at Dillman's Roller Mill, circa 1915. North Side of Plane Street and west of West street. Note the rails of the Black Line Railroad at bottom of picture. Oct 05, 2013
973 viewsCincinnati Shoe Factor located on South and Union streets. It was built in the 1860's and closed in 1948. It was subsequently converted to apartmentsOct 05, 2013
1145 viewsPlane Street in Bethel about 1900.Oct 05, 2013
613 viewsThe Clermont County Historical Society tour the Early Settlers Burying Grounds on North Main Street.
photo by Ron Hill
Oct 05, 2013
781 viewsHistorical Society Tour of graves in the "Early Settlers burying Ground" Cemetery. North Main street. The cemetery is the burial site of many prominent Bethel residents including the Denhams, Thomas Morris and the Burkes. The first burial was for the "Unknown Hunter."Oct 05, 2013
853 viewsHome of Steven Newman, the "world walker." He left Bethel in 1983 to make his solo walk around the world. He returned to Bethel in 1987 to a homecoming parade.
450 North Charity Street
Oct 05, 2013
862 viewsThe Sinks Homestead. It stood on the site of the current Grant Memorial Building. At one time it was a stage coach station and hotel. It was removed in 1923Oct 05, 2013
1037 viewsOct 05, 2013
697 viewsGrant Memorial Building with advertisement of movie.Oct 05, 2013
788 viewsJesse Grant home in Bethel. The house was built by Senator Thomas MorrisOct 05, 2013
1901 viewsFredrick'sffurniture Store-1963Oct 05, 2013
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