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the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers.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

Most viewed - Batavia
564 viewsBatavia Fire 1967
561 viewsOriginal Control Tower at Clermont County Airport-1968
554 viewsGriffith House was located on East Main Street. It began as the Eagel Lodge. It was razed in 1948 for the construction of an Auto Dealership. It was located where the Clermont Sun parking lot is now. photo 1938
530 viewsBatavia=scene 1888
529 viewsBatavia- Street scene c1950's
528 viewsNational Guard Armory- Former gym was converted into a banquet hall circa 2000
528 viewsN&W Railroad Bridge across East Fork Little Miamim River South of Batavia. The bridge gave way under a passenger train. The enginner and fireman were killed. Thirty passengers in the car were rescued. 1884
524 viewsBatavia Main Street
517 viewsNation Guard Armory. Former basketball court that was made into a Banquet area. circa 2000
508 viewsBatavia-Main Street bridge across East Fork Little Miami River. Mr & Mrs. Kyle Moyer on bridge
506 viewsBatavia-North Third Street off Main Street. at the Livery Stable owned by H.M. Rice. The man in the buggy. circa 1900
500 viewsDuchwall Mansion, located 333 W. Main Street. Built by John Duckwall in 1855. Besides being a home it has been a dentist/doctors office and office. 1996
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