East Liverpool Historical Society

One of the Dale Thompson photo albums is much older than the ones I've been posting from. It's labeled "European trips" but has no dates listed. The first photo shows the excavation for New York's Pennsylvania Station. According to Wikipedia, construction started in 1906-1907.

The 1903 Sanborn insurance map shows the George C. Murphy pottery and its location on the RR. The photo shows EL's Company E, 8th Ohio Vol. Infantry leaving town for service in Cuba. April 25, 1898. in East Liverpool, Ohio.

Chief Run-A-Muck searching for the place of peace...

How they transported pottery ware to shipping points.

" Location of David G. Blythe paint shop, at the southeast corner of Third and Union Streets, ELO. May 4, 1971."

"The Blythe home on the south end of College Street abutting the railroad. May 27, 1949."

" The old Blythe home. May 11, 1949."

Caption on envelope states: The Heber Blythe house, lower end of College Street. April 7, 1957. [Also in the picture, the buildiong with the sign on it]That would have to be the Brunt Pottery building, later used by American Paper Products. You can also see the tower of the Thompson house and the Central Building,



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