East Liverpool Historical Society

Timothy Brookes A view of the rarely photographed Sebring Pottery at Second and Market Streets. in East Liverpool, Ohio.

Timothy Brookes Another image of the Dresden Pottery. From a slide.

Courtesy of Jack Smith No further info

Courtesy of Jack Smith River Road Broadway area October 1954

Courtesy of Jack Smith There is a more modern similar picture but this is the better one since it has both original bridges.

Courtesy of Jack Smith

Courtesy of Jack Smith 1012

Courtesy of Jack Smith 1912

 


 

Courtesy of Jack Smith No addition Information. Some people suggested this building is the same building shown in the next two photographs.

It is not the same as this building.

It is not the same as this building.

 


 

Monday, September 26, 1932, East Liverpool Review

Monday, September 26, 1932, East Liverpool Review

Monday, September 26, 1932, East Liverpool Review

Monday, September 26, 1932, East Liverpool Review

 


 

Tracy Drane

Tracy Drane

Tracy Drane

Tracy Drane

 


 

Benny Wonka. No further info.

Benny Wonka Smith & Philips owner surveying flood damage

Benny Wonka. No further info.

TO BE CONTINUED

 

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