Clark County, Ohio

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Springfield in 1859

From Springfield & Urbana Directory, C. S. Williams, 1859


PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS, ETC.

City Hall, south-east corner Market and High

Court House, north-west corner Limestone and Columbia

King's Building, south-east corner Main and Limestone

Kizer's Building, south side Main Street

Market House, south-east corner Market and High

Masonic Hall, west side Market between Main and High

Odd Fellows' Hall, west side Market between Main and High





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Independent Rover Fire Company.—Engine House, Centre Street. A. Sharpe, President





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Home

Advertising

Battle of Piqua

Biographies

Cemeteries

City Charter

County Politics and Roster of Officers

Early Clark County

George Rogers Clark

Clark-Shawnee Centennial

Education in Clark County

Ghost Towns

Indians in Clark County

Pioneers and Pioneer Days

Simon Kenton

Military History

Miscellaneous

The National Road

Obituaries

The Old Northwest

Organizations

Photos

Prehistory

Springfield in 1852

Springfield in 1859

Springfield in 1863

Springfield in 1868

Springfield History

SHS 1951 Yearbook

State and County Government

Then & Now










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