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Cincy - Western Hills - Home

The Western Hills of Cincinnati - the area I called home for sixteen years.

Western Hills High School arial

Western Hills High School

Western Hills High School library

Western Hills High School

Western Hills High School library

Western Hills High School front lobby

Western Hills High School gym.

Western Hills High School auditorium.

McFarlan Woods Shelter, Mt. Airy Forest.

Picnic Shelters/Areas

Anderson Ferry

Every Day is a Gift: July 2013

Anderson Ferry

Every Day is a Gift: July 2013

One of my favorite Cincinnati houses is for sale.. on the West side of course!

St. Leo Church in Fairmont. It was designed by Cincinnati Architect Anthony Kunz Jr., who specialized in Roman Catholic churches and institutional buildings.

The Roth House - North Avondale

Water tower, Cincinnati OH

~~Mt. Airy Water Towers by Timothy Neil Cannon on Capture Cincinnati // Reminds me of a castle. A water tower located at Colerain and North Bend.

The original LaRosa's on Boudinot Avenue in Cincinnati 1960's

Digging Cincinnati History: - Werk Home in Westwood

Werk mansion. Casimir L. Werk Sr. was born in 1844, the eldest child of Michael and Pauline LaFeuille Werk

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.

Westwood Historic Society - [Home]

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)

Digging Cincinnati History: Werk Castle - Gone But Not Forgotten

Spring in Westwood, Ohio. I lived in Westwood, during my mid-twenties.

Western Hills Viaduct, Cincinnati.

Hopple Street Viaduct, Cincinnati.

Westwood School, 1909

Westwood School - Architecture and Urban Planning Collection

Fall colors in Rapid Run Park.