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    • Dedication Program for the Carnegie Library

    • Libraries-Columbus Main (Carnegie) Library
    • The four-page program for the dedication of the Carnegie Library (aka now as the Main Library) of the Columbus Public Library. The dedication took place on April 4, 1907.
    • Downtown
    • John Philip Sousa Music Program

    • Music-Performers
    • The music program for John Philip Sousa and his Band's appearance at Memorial Hall on November 26, 1927.
    • Schonthal, Joseph (8/15/1854-12/15/1929)

    • Columbus (Ohio)--Biography--Portraits.; Portrait Photographs
    • Schonthal, a manufacturer, was president of Temple Israel 1903-29 and founded the Schonthal Center and Jewish Infants Home of Ohio.
    • Near North University; 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...
    • Columbus Composite Views

    • Street Scenes-Composite Views
    • 1912 Centennial Program selects some highlights for Columbus tourists.
    • James C Campbell House

    • Housing-Houses-Columbus
    • Residence of James C. Campbell, State Agent, John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company.
    • Near East;Olde Towne East
    • Thurman, Allen William (5/??/1847-11/15/1922)

    • Portraits-Prominent Persons
    • Allen W. Thurman, son of the late Allen G. Thurman, is one of the well known attorneys of Columbus. Mr. Thurman is a Democrat of national reputation and is noted for his enthusiastic and advanced views on the silver question. He is high in...
    • Peppe, James Vincent (6/22/1896-12/25/1957)

    • Columbus (Ohio)--Biography--Portraits.; Portrait Photographs
    • James "Jimmie" Peppe was a manager at the Valley Dale Ballroom. He also had his own band, the State Rhythm Kings. He later was the director of the band department for CBS Radio and at one time managed the Sammy Kaye Orchestra.
    • Clahane, Dennis J. (1851-    )

    • Columbus (Ohio)--Biography--Portraits.; Portrait Photographs
    • Clahane was the Chairman of the Executive Committee for the Columbus-Franklinton Centennial Celebration in 1897.
    • Columbus School for Girls

    • Schools-Private
    • Columbus School for Girls, primary, intermediate, and college preparatory classes.
    • Near East;Olde Towne East
    • Bassell, John Young (6/23/1846-7/8/1921)

    • Portraits-Prominent Persons; Columbus (Ohio)--Biography--Portraits.; Portrait Photographs; Caricatures
    • John Y. Bassell, an attorney, came to Columbus in 1893 and was secretary of the Columbus Chamber of Commerce for sixteen years. In 1908, he was the Secretary of the Columbus Board of Trade. He helped found the Columbus Convention and Publicity...
    • Sharp, Thelma Fern (9/10/1898-7/20/1975)

    • Columbus (Ohio)--Biography--Portraits.; Portrait Photographs
    • Thelma Fern Sharp, Columbus radio and television personality. Fern hosted the first radio program in Ohio devoted to women's interests which premiered July 14, 1937. She continued on television until July 31, 1967 and wrote a regular column in the...
    • Near South; German Village;
    • Weidner, Myrtle Isabel (Mrs Charles H Weidner)

    • Myrtle Isabel Weidner came to Columbus circa 1918 with her husband Charles H. Weidner, manager of the Colonial, Majestic and Southern Theaters. Myrtle managed the program of the Supreme Council of the Amaranth convention in Columbus June 25-7, 1928.
    • Near East
    • East Broad Street

    • Street Scenes-Broad Street East
    • East Broad St featuring to the right Len Immke Buick, #237; and the first Wendy's Restaurant opened at 257 East Broad Street November 15, 1969.
    • Downtown
    • Peters, Harley Edward (2/15/1882-11/27/1987)

    • Columbus (Ohio)--Biography--Portraits.; Portrait Photographs
    • Peters was born in Groveport, Ohio, but moved to Columbus in 1904. He graduated from Ohio State University in 1907 and was admitted to the bar the same year. In 1912, he was the Democratic nominee for Prosecuting Attorney in Franklin County.
    • Downtown;
    • Milligan, Frederick James Sr. (11/14/1906-5/27/1997)

    • Columbus (Ohio)--Biography--Portraits.; Portrait Photographs
    • Frederick James Milligan Sr. was an attorney from 1933 and assistant Attorney General 1933-1937. He was a trustee of the Franklin County Historical Society from 1954-6. He was also a trustee of the Ohio Historical Society from 1950 to 1977 and was...
    • Herman A. Hoster House

    • Housing-Houses-Columbus
    • Herman and Martha Hoster's home was built in 1888.
    • Near East;Olde Towne East; King Lincoln
    • Deshler, Minnie Green (12/14/1855-4/15/1919)

    • Columbus (Ohio)--Biography--Portraits.; Portrait Photographs
    • Minnie Green Deshler, married John G. Deshler, October 21, 1875. Their daughter was Martha Green Deshler, Mrs. William D. Hamilton.
    • Fishinger, William A. (9/14/1870-)

    • Columbus (Ohio)--Biography--Portraits.; Portrait Photographs
    • William A Fishinger was a trustee for Norwich township and in 1912 became Franklin County Recorder.


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