Cincy - Western Hills - Home
The Western Hills of Cincinnati - the area I called home for sixteen years.
The James Norris Gamble Italianate villa in the neighborhood of Westwood. Gamble, an industrialist, invented Procter & Gamble's Ivory Soap and revolutionized the soap industry. The home was the focus of a lengthy landowner vs. preservationists court battle. Cincinnati lost another irreplaceable piece of its history April 1, 2013.
Postcard of Werk Castle on the corner of Harrison Ave. and Werk Road in the Westwood neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. Built in 1897, it was also called Werk Place, and Werk Manor. It was built by Eugenie M. Werk the spinster daughter of Michael Werk, a pioneer Cincinnati soap and candle producer and was also known for his wine and champagne. The home was razed in 1939. Werk Residence-Westwood.jpg (1076×680)
Church in Price Hill by Charles C. Crapsey (1849–1909). His work is distinctive for its creative combinations of shaping, massing, and materials, and Crapsey is known especially for his design of churches. He was born in Fairmount, Ohio and died in Cincinnati.
Price Hill Chili, Cincinnati, OH