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    • Dedication program for the Carnegie Library

    • Columbus Metropolitan Library (Franklin County, Ohio); Libraries
    • The four-page program for the dedication of the Carnegie Library, later known as the Main Library of the Columbus Public Library. The dedication took place on April 4, 1907. The program included remarks from various dignitaries, including Ohio...
    • Downtown
    • Columbus Composite Views

    • Street Scenes-Composite Views
    • 1912 Centennial Program selects some highlights for Columbus tourists. Top row left to right: Storage dam and Government Building with Hartman Theater; Second Row: Broad & High, Columbus Metropolitan Library, and South High at State Street; Last...
    • Downtown; Short North; Victorian Village; University District
    • James B. Recchie Design Award 1985 program cover

    • Memorials;
    • Program cover for the James B. Recchie Design Award in 1985. The award is bestowed annually by the Columbus Landmarks Foundation for excellence in urban design. 1985 was the second year the award was given and the John and Dorothy Galbreath...
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    • Hayes Hall

    • Ohio State University
    • Hayes Hall, built in 1893, it is the oldest remaining building on The Ohio State Universities campus. Originally, it was built to be used for the Industrial Arts program, the Art program, and the Military Department. The building was named after...
    • University District
    • Hayes Hall at The Ohio State university

    • Ohio State University
    • Hayes Hall, built in 1893, it is the oldest remaining building on The Ohio State Universities campus. Originally, it was built to be used for the Industrial Arts program, the Art program, and the Military Department. The building was named after...
    • University District
    • Robert Livingston

    • Portraits;
    • Robert Livingston (5/16/1849-4/7/1940), son of Alexander Wilmer Livingston, worked in the Livingston Seed Company from its founding in 1876, becoming its president in 1896. The company sold farm, garden and flower seeds but specialized in tomato...
    • Discovery District
    • John Philip Sousa Music Program

    • Music and dance
    • The music program for John Philip Sousa and his Band's appearance at Memorial Hall on November 26, 1927. Text reads in part: "The Messrs. Boda Present Sousa and His Band Lieut.-Commander John Philip Sousa, Conductor." A handwritten note indicates...
    • Downtown
    • Thelma Fern Sharp

    • Portraits;
    • Thelma Fern Sharp was born in Columbus, Ohio on September 10th, 1898. Ms. Sharp hosted a radio program devoted to women's interests which premiered July 14, 1937. She wrote a regular column in the Ohio State Journal and the Columbus Dispatch. She...
    • Schumacher Place
    • Schonthal, Joseph (8/15/1854-12/15/1929)

    • Portraits;
    • Schonthal, a manufacturer, was president of Temple Israel 1903-29 and founded the Schonthal Center and Jewish Infants Home of Ohio.
    • Near North University Planning Area; University District;
    • James C Campbell House

    • Architecture, Domestic
    • Residence of James C. Campbell, State Agent, John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company.
    • Near East;Olde Towne East
    • Herman A. Hoster House

    • Architecture, Domestic
    • Herman and Martha Hoster's home was built in 1888.
    • Near East; Olde Towne East; King-Lincoln Bronzeville
    • Everett Junior High School

    • Columbus Public School Systems (Ohio); Junior high schools; Public schools--Ohio--Columbus.;
    • The first North High School was constructed at 100 West 4th Avenue between 1892-3. The large, three story stone Romanesque Revival structure was designed by Columbus architect, Frank L. Packard. The building had 14 rooms and cost $14,000. A newer...
    • Near North University Planning Area; Short North; Victorian Village
    • Starling Loving

    • Portraits
    • Starling Loving (11/13/1827-9/2/1911) was a preeminent Columbus physician. Starling-Loving University Hospital was named in honor of Mr. Lyne Starling, benefactor to Starling Medical College, and his nephew Dr. Starling Loving, a trustee,...
    • Downtown
    • Pasteur Institute of Columbus

    • Sanitariums and Clinics
    • Pasteur Institute for the treatment of rabies was established ca. 1910 and ceased operations ca. 1929
    • Near North University; University District
    • Sally Flowers

    • Portraits; Photographs
    • Sally Flowers (4/26/1907-2/15/1989) was born Lillian Bernice Rodgers. She married twice, first to David Wood and then to William Nixon. She hosted a radio program on WBNS radio in the 1940s called, "Sally's Sittin' Room." From 1949 until...
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    • Sauer's Cafe facade and entrance, photograph

    • Restaurants; Cafeterias; Bars (Drinking establishments)
    • William F Sauer developed the Sauer Café from an earlier establishment called the Schlitz Saloon. In 1904 the saloon was extensively remodeled and re-opend as Sauer’s Café. It occupied three floors of the building at 79 South high Street. The...
    • Downtown
    • Milani, Pio, Dr.

    • Portraits;
    • Dr. Pio Miliani was a physician who lived in Columbus in 1912 at 101 Spruce Street.
    • Downtown;
    • John Nassano

    • Portraits;
    • John B. Nassano (3/23/1877-8/4/1945) operated his famous Royal Café from 1907-1944. Mr. Nassano was famous for wearing diamond shirt buttons.
    • Downtown; Discovery District
    • Alphonso Capretta

    • Portraits;
    • Alphonso Capretta (10/15/1875-10/9/1952) was born in Italy and came to Columbus in 1903. He began work as a carpenter and worked that trade in New York before coming to Ohio. In Columbus, he was engaged first in the hotel business with a cafe. ...
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