East Liverpool Historical Society

Joan Witt, Vice President of the East Liverpool Historical Society.

Joanne K. “Joan” Witt, 77

This probably is not "The" Complete set of Joan's writings but it is what we have on hand presently and we will try to find additional ones to add here.


The Spirit of Central School


The Dresden Avenue Potteries


The Fawcett Legacy


The Early Fawcettown Families


The Church that became the "Pottery".


City Hospital Founders


First Lady's Gown made by an East Liverpool Dressmaker


Ruth Crawford Seeger


Monroe Patterson


Presidents in ELO


The People of East Liverpool


Women and Military Service


East Liverpool Schools-Part 1


Street Names Reflect Heritage


The Pottery Industry


The ladies and the Ceramics Industry.


Celebrations in East Liverpool


Service to Others a Worthy Objective


In addition to the above which are already here on this site we have an additional 12 articles to be posted here on this site.

That will be done over the next few weeks.

The articles will be added to appropriate places in the table of contents and they will be added to this list as a quick reference and link to each article.


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