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the past 50 plus years the Clermont County Hostorical Society has collected and scanned photographs of the county from historical documents, books and newspapers.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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Amelia hardware-1918709 viewsAmelia hardware-1918
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MAIN STREET - 1950671 viewsLOOKING WEST FROM SCHOOL DOWN MAIN STREET (SR125) AFTER THE NEW ROAD HAD BEEN FINISHED. ROAD WIDEN TO 40 FT. AND CURBS INSTALLED
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Article on Amelia591 viewsTHIS PICTURE WAS SCANNED OFF AN AMELIA AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY POSTER
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Amelia hardware614 viewsAmelia hardware-1918
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AMELIA POLICE CAR473 viewsAMELIA POLICE CAR. Newspaper article & photo of Amelia Mayor Robert Groh accepting Amelia’s first police car.
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The Black Line Substation gas explosion583 viewsNEWSPAPER ARTICLE & PHOTO The Black Line Substation gas explosion in Oct. 1907
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BLACK LINE NEWSPAPER507 viewsBLACK LINE NEWSPAPER. Newspaper article October 1907 concerning the explosion of the Inerurban Railway Terminal Sub Station located in Amelia
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Mattox house885 viewsMattox house-Nellie & Arthur home-1930s. When the Amelia High School was erected in 1930s, this house was moved to the location of where the Clermont Savings and Loan was built.-Frank Pence photo
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Morse House662 viewsMorse House
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Reed Home605 viewsHassie Reed and Henry Reed Home, 39 Hophings Ave. 1900s
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Storch Home624 viewsStorch Home, corner of South Kline Ave. and Main St.-Demolished for Amelia State Bank-Photo from collection of Cliff Hughes
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Thomas General Store573 viewsThomas General Store-1930s
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