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The Phoenix: Race Street's Italian palace

The Phoenix: Race Street's Italian palace

This  photo is pre-WWII.  This devoted German Shepherd went to war with his master, Casimir L. Werk.  Unfortunately, he came back from the war mentally unstable and had to be put down.  Dogs like this one are among the unsung heroes of war.   That little twig to the dog's right is now a huge maple tree, far taller than the house.

Casimir L. was born in the eldest child of Michael and Pauline LaFeuille Werk

the original SCPA building - This was my school for 4 years. Best for years of my childhood.

the original SCPA building - This was my school for 4 years. MY SCHOOL grades

cincylibrary: “Cincinnati, Ohio, circa 1915. Race on roller skates at Government Square, East 5th Street, between Walnut and Main. ”

From the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County: Cincinnati, Ohio, circa Roller skate race on Government Square, East Street, between Walnut and Main.

An aerial view of Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati. Photo: Flickr/OverTheRhine

This colorful shot showcases two of Cincinnati's most beautiful landmarks - Music Hall and Union Terminal. The rooftops and steeples of Over the Rhine complete this lovely view.

1907 PHOTO POSTCARD NEW WATER WORKS CINCINNATI OH PUB REUNIES A114 | eBay

1907 photo postcard new water works cincinnati oh pub reunies a114

1907 PHOTO POSTCARD NEW WATER WORKS CINCINNATI OH PUB REUNIES A114 | eBay

Avondale 1960's

A crowd gathers at Rockdale Ave. on April while the LoMark Drug Store goes up in flames during rioting after the killing of Dr.

Greater Cincinnati History ...  Climbing the Mt. Auburn Incline: the first erected of the five stops as we

Auburn Incline & Zoo Car (or Main Street Incline) length 960 feet; 312 feet high Went to the Lookout House Resort. The Mt. Auburn or Main Street Incline was the first of the incline planes built.

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The Taft Museum of Art Exhibits Rare Photos of Cincinnati - Cincinnati Magazine

Ratonagh / Gamble house, Cincinnati: A 170-year-old house was torn down in 2013. The 13-room Victorian mansion was owned by James N. Gamble, son of the founder of consumer products giant Procter & Gamble, from 1875 until his death in the house at age 95 in 1932. Ivory soap was invented in the kitchen of this house.

Historic Gamble house is demolished in Cincinnati

Ratonagh / Gamble house, Cincinnati: A house was torn down in The Victorian mansion was owned by James N. Gamble, son of the founder of consumer products giant Procter & Gamble, from 1875 until his death in the house at age 95 in 1932

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