East Liverpool Historical Society

Back to the sliding doors, this is the other side of those doors.

As is this as well.

Not sure which floor this was on but it needs to be included in the tour of this building. Courtesy of Juanita Ruffner.


Third Floor.

Third Floor. If you look closely on the right. just past the doorway on the right, a blackboard on the wall. We will return to that blackboard shortly.

A northwestern view from the window.

The woman in the picture is looking at the back side of the building or the eastern wall of the building. The windows over look the alley side (north side) of the building

The top frame of that open space above the table had a couple of signs on it.

We have no idea what kind of books could be found there back in the day. Just a part of what makes this particular building so different from most of the others we have photographed the interiors of.

A couple feet to the left of the Book Room sign was another sign.

Altman Building 3


This site is the property of the East Liverpool Historical Society.
Regular linking, i.e. providing the URL of the East Liverpool Historical Society web site for viewers to click on and be taken to the East Liverpool Historical Society entry portal or to any specific article on the website is legally permitted.
Hyperlinking, or as it is also called framing, without permission is not permitted.
Legally speaking framing is still in a murky area of the law though there have been court cases in which framing has been seen as violation of copyright law. Many cases that were taken to court ended up settling out-of-court with the one doing the framing agreeing to cease framing and to just use a regular link to the other site.
The East Liverpool Historical Society pays fees to keep their site online. A person framing the Society site is effectively presenting the entire East Liverpool Historical Society web site as his own site and doing it at no cost to himself, i.e. stealing the site.
The East Liverpool Historical Society reserves the right to charge such an individual a fee for the use of the Society’s material.