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the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers.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

Image search results - "Williamsburg"
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Williamsburg Cemetery - Ian Cunningham437 viewsWilliamsburg Cemetery - Ian Cunningham, Cincinnati Chapter Sons of the American Revolution War, beside the monument to 10 Revolutionary Soldiers.
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Williamsburg Cemetery531 viewsWilliamsburg Cemetery - Monument to the ten Revolutionary Soldiers buried there.
Photo by Ron Hill 4/19/2015
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Williamsburg Presbyterian Church April 2015480 viewsStained glass - Williamsburg Presbyterian Church April 2015
Photo by Ron Hill 4/19/2015
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CROWD AT WILLIAMSBURG250 viewsDEDICATION OF MORGAN RAID HERITAGE SIGNS- JULY 14, 2013
CROWD AT WILLIAMSBURG AT THE DEDICATION OF THE SIGN.
Photo by Shirley Shipley
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Williamsburg Boy Scout Troop #48254 viewsDEDICATION OF MORGAN RAID HERITAGE SIGNS- JULY 14, 2013
Williamsburg Boy Scout Troop #48 raises the flag
Photo by Shirley Shipley
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Williamsburg - N&W RR Depot358 viewsN&W RR Depot-Williamsburg
Sketch by Gladys Duncon
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N&W train - Williamsburg750 viewsN&W train entering Williamsburg. Date unknown.
Frank Pence collection
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This bridge was burned by Conferdate General John Hunt Morgan in 1863399 viewsThere has been three covered bridges over the East Fork River at Williamsburg. The first was built in 1845 and was washed out in 1858. The second was built in c1859. This bridge was burned by Conferdate General John Hunt Morgan in 1863. It was replaced by a third bridge that was replaced in 1935. It was a 164 ft. Long truss with an arch.
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