"Ghost Ship" in a creek near Cincinnati off Ohio river. The "Circle Line V" was launched on April 12, 1902 as the "Celt" and has had a long and interesting history before being ground in the creek off the final owner's property in 1986. It rots there to this day!
WLW-T TV 5 BOB BRAUN & PAUL DIXON on the cover of CINCINNATI POST TV TIME magazine September 16, 1973 by CINCINNATI TV & RADIO HISTORY, via Flickr
1868 Cincinnati Red Stockings
Mt. Adams Incline 1906
First Ohio White Castle, built in Cincinnati in 1929. 5 cent hamburgers!
Loveland Castle, Loveland, ohio
The Mount Adams Steps at Holy Cross/Immaculata Church
Remember Bob Shreve?
Bob Shreve (July 16, 1912 – February 20, 1990) was a first-generation television broadcasting personality based in Cincinnati, Ohio ...Past Prime Time Playhouse was my favorite
Flooded warehouses Elm St. looking north, Cincinnati, Ohio (LOC)
Vintage Toledo TV - WSPD & WTVG-TV 13 Print ads - Welcome Home Phil (Fri 8/13/76 ad for The Phil Donahue Show)
<3~The Paul Dixon Show. He wouldn't get away with 1/4 of the stuff he got away with back then. RIP Paul Baby
<3 Marian Spelman - a regular on the Ruth Lyons Show and Bob Braun Show
TV shows - The Bob Braun Show- My mom watched this religiously!
1950s RUTH LYONS 50-50 CLUB WLW radio & WLW-T TV Cincinnati promotional folder packet with BOB BRAUN & MARIAN SPELMAN by CINCINNATI TV & RADIO HISTORY, via Flickr
<3 Bob Braun and Paul Dixon WLW Cincinnati's Finest
Paul Dixon, another icon
Bob Braun Show