Arnold's Bar circa 1891 (at 210 8th Street ) has a clear claim to oldest continuously operating restaurant / bar in Cincinnati in the same location with the same name.
Riverfest fireworks in Cincinnati. always fantastic
Cincinnati, Ohio Slums 1930's
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Cincinnati, Queen City of the West, in 1876. Located on the north bank of the OHIO where the river sweeps in a wide curve to the east, Cincinnati was a natural terminal point and gateway to the intricate navigable waterways of the Mississippi Basin. A historic 1,057-foot suspension bridge, designed and built by the famous John Roebling, was opened in 1867. It joins Cincinnati by road to its sister city, Covington, Kentucky.
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Older view with old riverfront stadium
'Police Women of Cincinnati'
Purple People Bridge
Island Queen Coney Island Dock
Past Time Playhouse with Bob Schreve. Late night tv at it's best :)
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Pinner says: If you like vintage signs you MUST CHECK OUT the American Sign Museum in Cincinnati OH - they just moved into a new space and it's AMAZING! (my photos are from the old spot and still pretty cool)
Cincinnati's Forgotten Subway System ~ more history of the building and abandonment of this subway: http://www.cincinnati-transit.net/subway.html
"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. More info at: http://queencitydiscovery.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-ghost-ship.html
Not many people know this, but there are over five hundred documented Underground Railroad sites in the state of Ohio. and an Underground Railroad Museum in Cincinnati
Alms & Doepke Building, Cincinnati
Janis Joplin. This picture was taken at Summer Fair in Eden Park, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Home (r) of Charles McMicken. When he died in 1858, he gave $1 million to the city to found a university. McMicken Hall (l) was built in 1875 From 1896-1917 it was the medical college. Commuters on the adjacent trolley complained of medical students' habit of waving dismembered arms & legs out the windows at the female passengers as the trolleys passed. Next to the school was the Schoenling Brewery where the freezer was used for both cadavers and beer.
Cincinnati History Infographic
American Sign Museum, Cincinnati, OH