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From the old Cincinnati Enquirer Building entrance on Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.

1979 Kenner Toys TV Guide Insert Kenner Toys.... a Cincinnati institution from 1947 to 2000.

William Dehart Hubbard in April, 1921 (First African American To Win A Gold Medal in the Olympics in 1924)

Suffragette posed in police uniform to illustrate woman police concept, Cincinnati, Ohio: 1909

View our gallery of notable Enquirer personalities through the years. Pictured: Jim Borgman

Five and Dime....Woolworth's sold a little bit of everything, including hamsters and Evening in Paris perfume

"Boys Keep the Colors Up" was the motto for the 5th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment, a unit designated for service to the Union Army during the Civil War. It is carved in bas relief on bronze complete with an owl and the name of the regiment and is located on the facing of a monument erected in 1895 by the surviving members of the regiment at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio. Several hundred of the regiment's veterans are buried at the cemetery. Photo by Rufus Kevin Guy, Cincinnati, OH