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the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers.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 - Townships
Clermont County Airport392 viewsClermont County Airport opened in 1968. The airport is located off Taylor Road near Olive Branch.Oct 05, 2013
One-Room School House Marker425 viewsOne-Room School House Clermont County Bicenteenial Historic Marker-2000 Located on Lucy Run Cemetery Rd.Oct 05, 2013
Dedication of Lucy Run One-room school house421 viewsDedication of Lucy Run One-room school house Clermont County Bicentennial Historical Marker-2000
Located on Lucy Run Cemetery Rd.
Oct 05, 2013
Old Lucy Run one-room school514 viewsThe old Lucy Run one-room school house that has been changed into a home. Located on Lucy Run Cemetery RoadOct 05, 2013
Olive Branch Methodist Church549 viewsOlive Branch Methodist Church was located at the intersection of Old SR 74 and Amelia Olive Branch
Rd. Built in 1868. Removed in 2006 to make room for the new Emmanuel Methodist Church
Oct 05, 2013
Lake Allyn Marker435 viewsLake Allyn Clermont County Bicentennial Marker-2000
located in Olive Branch on Lake Allyn Road
Oct 05, 2013
Lake Allyn Bicentennial Marker 2000427 viewsLake Allyn Bicentennial Marker 2000
Tthe Lake Allyn site was the location of the Clermont county Fair (1857-1863), Civil War Camps Lucas and Scott (1861), CG&P Railroad 1901-1921) AND currently the Rotary camp for handicap children.
Oct 05, 2013
Collins Mansion548 viewsCollins Mansion located in the Elk Lick settlement, now a part of East Fork State Park. The mansion was removed in the 1970's. Collins was an early settler in the Elk Lick area.Oct 05, 2013
499 viewsSalt family home on RS222. Built about 1826 by John Salt. He was a trader, It is reported that he made 52 trips to New Orleans by flatboat, returning 13 times by foot. Hamlet of Saltaire was named by him. The house is on the National Register of Historical PlacesOct 05, 2013
482 viewsOld Bethel Church, Near Bantam in East Fork State ParkOct 05, 2013
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