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the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers.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


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520 viewsVeterans Memorial Park, Union Township 2009. Each cross represents a member of the military that died during the Iraq and Afghanistan War. The crosses were placed by the Boy Scouts. Photo: Ron Hill
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Old Lucy Run one-room school515 viewsThe old Lucy Run one-room school house that has been changed into a home. Located on Lucy Run Cemetery Road
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SUB-DISTRICT SCHOOL NO. 8502 viewsSTONELICK- PLAQUE OF THE STONELICK TOWNSHIP SUB-DISTRICT SCHOOL NO. 8 BUILDING,
PHOTO APRIL6, 2014
RON HILL PHOTO
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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 Places
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Whitter One-room School House492 viewsWhitter one-room school house located on Amelia Olive Branch Road. The school became part of the Amelia Rural Local Consolidated School District in 1931. Later it was the Batavia Township Hall. It is currently a home. The 1917 picture shows teacher Lydia Berz. Henry Clark Corbin, the famous general, once taught school here.
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