East Liverpool Historical Society

These are pictures from a variety of sources. Most if not all were posted on our Facebook Group, Historical Memories of East Liverpool, Ohio and have never appeared on the East Liverpool Historical Society before. https://www.facebook.com/groups/247183551971554/. When we have pictures that can be grouped together to perhaps give a broader view of the area we will do that.

 


 

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[Some facts and some humor]Penny Allen Nelson: My research into early photographers of East Liverpool has taken me to places I never expected to go... such as The Evening Review sports pages! John P Neiler, who had a studio in East Liverpool from about 1895 to 1910, is listed in the box scores of this 1910 baseball game as "Photographer." What I found somewhat shocking is that ALSO listed are three Physicians and an Undertaker! Those games must have been pretty physical!!!

 


 

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Timothy Brookes The John N. Taylor home on Sixth Street, now the site of EL City Hall. A descendant of the Taylor's has fantastic photos taken inside when John was living there but has hopes of publishing a book using them.

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Timothy Brookes I knew that William McKinley had visited East Liverpool before and during the time he was the Governor of Ohio. This shows him leaving John N. Taylorís home, with Mrs. McKinley, in August, 1899, while he was President of the United States. From the Dale Thompson scrap book/photo album.

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The City of Hills and Kilns. Life and work in East Liverpool, Ohio

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Museum of Ceramics

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Courtesy of Matt Stewart, Scrapbooks kept buy his uncle.

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Courtesy of Matt Stewart, Scrapbooks kept buy his uncle.

 


 

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Timothy Brookes East Liverpool and its structures as presented in the 1870 Columbiana County Atlas. ó in East Liverpool, Ohio.

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The City of Hills and Kilns. Life and work in East Liverpool, Ohio

 


 

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Richard J. Looman Ikirt Building prior to the 1905 fire.

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Olympic Confectionery. Western side of Market Street between Fifth Street and Sixth Street.

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Olympic Confectionery

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Michael Koenig

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Michael Koenig

 


 

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Robert Lloyd

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Robert Lloyd

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Robert Lloyd

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Robert Lloyd

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The Arcade Building is the long building on the Left center side of picture.

 


 

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Timothy Brookes This photo has appeared here previously, but I think itís worthy of another viewing. Please note the details; cigars and brass knuckles

Charlie Bowyer Not East Liverpool, but one from Aladdin, Pa that is in my collection. It's from the same time period. These boys may have been working in the mine behind them and the East Liverpool youths may have been working a clay mine

CONTINUE ON TO Misc Historical Pictures of ELO 2

 

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