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Opening Year

Opening Year

Children's Room, Main Library. The library's first Children's Room opened in 1900. The first story hour was held there in 1901.

Children's Room, Main Library. The library's first Children's Room opened in 1900. The first story hour was held there in 1901.

At its peak, UnionTerminal saw 34,000 people per day pass through.  This picture of the train concourse in late 1944 speaks to the crowds common during the last two years of the war.

At its peak, UnionTerminal saw 34,000 people per day pass through. This picture of the train concourse in late 1944 speaks to the crowds common during the last two years of the war.

Lunken Airport, located southeast of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, was dedicated in 1925 and served commercial aircraft into the 1940s before the establishment of the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport. American Airlines had its early beginnings at Lunken, and over the years, visitors ranged from Charles Lindbergh to the Beatles, who arrived for a concert in 1964.

Lunken Airport, located southeast of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, was dedicated in 1925 and served commercial aircraft into the 1940s before the establishment of the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport. American Airlines had its early beginnings at Lunken, and over the years, visitors ranged from Charles Lindbergh to the Beatles, who arrived for a concert in 1964.

Recognize this building? It’s Cincinnati’s City Hall, designed by Samuel Hannaford, Cincinnati’s most prominent 19th century architect. The massive granite City Hall building took six years and $1.6 million to construct. This photo is also included in our upcoming exhibit, “Treasures in Black and White: Historic Photographs of Cincinnati.” Step back in time and see what life was like through Cincinnati Museum Center’s exclusive photograph collection.

Recognize this building? It’s Cincinnati’s City Hall, designed by Samuel Hannaford, Cincinnati’s most prominent 19th century architect. The massive granite City Hall building took six years and $1.6 million to construct. This photo is also included in our upcoming exhibit, “Treasures in Black and White: Historic Photographs of Cincinnati.” Step back in time and see what life was like through Cincinnati Museum Center’s exclusive photograph collection.

Wrapped soap bar, from McAlpin's Department Store, Tea Room. Cincinnati, Ohio. McAlpin's still had a tea room on the top floor of their store into the 1990s

Wrapped soap bar, from McAlpin's Department Store, Tea Room. Cincinnati, Ohio. McAlpin's still had a tea room on the top floor of their store into the 1990s

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