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the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers.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
647 viewsBatavia-North Third Street off Main Street. at the Livery Stable owned by H.M. Rice. The man in the buggy. circa 1900
647 viewsDial House, 109 North Street. House built in 1826
photo 2000
642 viewsCann Ford dealership-East Main Street-1968
638 viewsBatavia Brick Yard. opened circa 1885. Located at the intersection of old Clough Pike and SR 132 near the old N&W Railroad Station. Clay came from the area.
631 viewsBatavia Sequicentennial 1964. Queen Candidates: LtoR
Sue Hamilton,, Shirley Singleton, Pam Bitzer, Susan Lewis (queen) and Sandy RAPP
630 viewsNational Guard Armory circa 2000
630 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
628 viewsBatavia- Main Street when it was still dirt.
627 viewsBatavia-Main Street with early car.
627 viewsBuildings on Main Street just west of SR132 in 1965. They were razed for a Sohio gas station. First building on left at one time housed Batavia's first saloon operated by Hoerner. The middle house, one of the oldest in Batavia, owned by Wilomina Wolfe. The house on the right was owned by Augusta Hulick.
627 viewsBatavia Roller Mill-located on Old South Riverside Dr. Obtained water for the grist mill from the East Fork Little Miami River. Started 1840 amd operated until 1961. The building collapsed and was demolished in 1990. The ruins of the foundation can still be seen in 2013.
625 viewsBatavia Brick Yard
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