East Liverpool Historical Society

Source: Chapter Ten, Great Fires by Gary Cornell

This blaze was the third worst fire in the city's history up to that time. The Dairyland restaurant was located at W. 5th & Market Street. The fire occurred April 16th, 1957 and caused nearly $200,000 in damage. The blaze extended to two other stores before being brought under control. The other businesses were Zach's and Arlene's, both women's apparel shops. . . Over 100 firefighters from nine departments fought this fire. Five firefighters were injured and taken to the hospital.

Pictures from East Liverpool Fire Department Photo archives

Sowing some of the damage in Zach's


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