This article, continuing a series on postcard collections of the East Liverpool Historical Society and member/trustee William Gray, focuses on Bill's collection of East Liverpool postcards. Thank You, Bill for sharing this wonderful collection with our Web audience.
View of East Liverpool from West Virginia Hills
Panorama ca 1876
East Liverpool Flood View March 15, 1907
First City Hospital, 1906, including the Nurse's Home
City Hospital, 1912 Addition
Central School, 1895 - 1968
The High School, 1915 to 1968
The Little Building
Oddfellows Temple and Col. John Taylor home
James Goodwin home, Masonic Temple
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