Cool Homes: Probasco mansion in Clifton fit for royalty. Photo: Architect William Tinsley located Oakwood, Henry Probasco’s Clifton mansion, on an east-west running ridge and faced it south toward the sun. An iron-gated fence on Lafayette Avenue opened to a road that led up to the mansion before the 29-acre estate was subdivided in the 20th century. The Enquirer/Gary Landers

Cool Homes: Probasco mansion in Clifton fit for royalty. Photo: Architect William Tinsley located Oakwood, Henry Probasco’s Clifton mansion, on an east-west running ridge and faced it south toward the sun. An iron-gated fence on Lafayette Avenue opened to a road that led up to the mansion before the 29-acre estate was subdivided in the 20th century. The Enquirer/Gary Landers

Cemeteries mark city's Jewish history. Photo: Chestnut Street Cemetery, also known as Old Jewish Cemetery, the oldest Jewish cemetery west of the Allegheny Mountains, in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the West End, at Chestnut Street and Central Avenue. It was open from 1821 to 1849. The cemetery is owned by Jewish Cemeteries of Greater Cincinnati. The Enquirer/Jeff Suess

Cemeteries mark city's Jewish history. Photo: Chestnut Street Cemetery, also known as Old Jewish Cemetery, the oldest Jewish cemetery west of the Allegheny Mountains, in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the West End, at Chestnut Street and Central Avenue. It was open from 1821 to 1849. The cemetery is owned by Jewish Cemeteries of Greater Cincinnati. The Enquirer/Jeff Suess

Happy Anniversary, WKRP Cincinnati. Photo: NOVEMBER 1978: "WKRP in Cincinnati" stars Gary Sandy (left) and Gordon Jump get a first-hand look at Fountain Square's Tyler Davidson Fountain shown in the CBS sitcom's opening credits. Sandy (as program director Andy Travis) and Jump (as station manager Arthur the "Big Guy" Carlson) visited Cincinnati to promote the show in November 1978, two months after "WKRP" premiered. The Enquirer/Gerry Wolter

Happy Anniversary, WKRP Cincinnati. Photo: NOVEMBER 1978: "WKRP in Cincinnati" stars Gary Sandy (left) and Gordon Jump get a first-hand look at Fountain Square's Tyler Davidson Fountain shown in the CBS sitcom's opening credits. Sandy (as program director Andy Travis) and Jump (as station manager Arthur the "Big Guy" Carlson) visited Cincinnati to promote the show in November 1978, two months after "WKRP" premiered. The Enquirer/Gerry Wolter

Building enables YWCA to empower women. Photo: The lobby of the YWCA Building features art deco styling, from the marble staircase to the original brass elevator doors that have been adapted as a display on the right. Enquirer file photo

Building enables YWCA to empower women. Photo: The lobby of the YWCA Building features art deco styling, from the marble staircase to the original brass elevator doors that have been adapted as a display on the right. Enquirer file photo

Did Annie Oakley shooting contest happen in Cincinnati? Photo: A sign in North Fairmount marks the site of the legendary shooting contest between Annie Oakley and Frank Butler. The Enquirer/Jeff Suess

Did Annie Oakley shooting contest happen in Cincinnati? Photo: A sign in North Fairmount marks the site of the legendary shooting contest between Annie Oakley and Frank Butler. The Enquirer/Jeff Suess

Harrison's presidential campaign changed politics. Photo: The tomb of President William Henry Harrison stands guard over North Bend Ohio. The Enquirer/Malinda Hurting

Harrison's presidential campaign changed politics. Photo: The tomb of President William Henry Harrison stands guard over North Bend Ohio. The Enquirer/Malinda Hurting

The Force was with Kenner’s ‘Star Wars’ toys. Photo: Shillito's ad for the Early Bird Certificate for the Kenner Star Wars figures, as appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer on October 21, 1977.  Enquirer file photo

The Force was with Kenner’s ‘Star Wars’ toys. Photo: Shillito's ad for the Early Bird Certificate for the Kenner Star Wars figures, as appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer on October 21, 1977. Enquirer file photo

Renovated Rankin House tells story of slaves running to freedom. Photo: The Rankin House has undergone a complete restoration, including a new roof, shutters, painted to the original brownish red, and the elimination of a period-inaccurate portico over the front door. The Enquirer/Jeff Suess

Renovated Rankin House tells story of slaves running to freedom. Photo: The Rankin House has undergone a complete restoration, including a new roof, shutters, painted to the original brownish red, and the elimination of a period-inaccurate portico over the front door. The Enquirer/Jeff Suess

Covenant-First Presbyterian traces back to Cincinnati's beginning. Photo: Covenant-First Presbyterian Church at Eighth and Elm streets has stood for 140 years, and houses links to Cincinnati’s history. The Enquirer/Michael Snyder

Covenant-First Presbyterian traces back to Cincinnati's beginning. Photo: Covenant-First Presbyterian Church at Eighth and Elm streets has stood for 140 years, and houses links to Cincinnati’s history. The Enquirer/Michael Snyder

Impact of World War I felt around Cincinnati. Photo: An officer pauses by the grave of Lt. Robert E. Bentley of Cincinnati, killed in action at Cierges, France, on Sept. 28, 1918. Enquirer archive photo

Impact of World War I felt around Cincinnati. Photo: An officer pauses by the grave of Lt. Robert E. Bentley of Cincinnati, killed in action at Cierges, France, on Sept. 28, 1918. Enquirer archive photo

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