Old Time Cincy
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View of Cincinnati, Ohio from Covington, Kentucky.

Olga Merland (Helle) and younger sister Rosalie Merland (Beatty) in front of old car. Olga married Charles Helle, president of Union Central Life Insurance in Cincinnati. Rosalie married Norman Beatty, head of Kroger candy division on State a Avenue.

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Rosalie Merland (Beatty) 1907-1985, on front porch of Merland home 2128 Ohio Avenue in Clifton.

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Merland family lived 2128 Ohio Avenue. Photo of home previously sent.

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Rosalie Merland (married name later, Beatty) 1920’s playing piano in 2128 Ohio Avenue home. One of nine raised in home in Clifton.

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Nicholas and Fredericka Merland house. 2128 Ohio Avenue. Photo is 1940. House built late 1800’s. Only house on steps between upper and lower Ohio Avenue. House still there but roof line changed, beautiful porch gone. Address no longer exists as house...

Nicholas and Fredericka Merland house. 2128 Ohio Avenue. Photo is 1940. House built late 1800’s. Only house on steps between upper and lower Ohio Avenue. House still there but roof line changed, beautiful porch gone. Address no longer exists as house combined with larger home fronting VanLear Alley. My granny and gramps raised 9 kids there. They were born 1865 and came from Germany.

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Honest, we were at the library

(Grey Villet. 1956)

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Greater Cincinnati Airport

A view from the Control Tower of the Greater Cincinnati Airport. A large hub airport G.C.A. is destined to become the “International Airport of the Midwest”.

cincylibrary:
“Then & Now: Haddon Hall was designed by Joseph Steinkamp as a high-end apartment complex in the Dutch Colonial Revival style. It was built by Thomas Emery’s Sons, the first Cincinnati company to construct apartment buildings in 1909....

cincylibrary:

Then & Now: Haddon Hall was designed by Joseph Steinkamp as a high-end apartment complex in the Dutch Colonial Revival style. It was built by Thomas Emery’s Sons, the first Cincinnati company to construct apartment buildings in 1909. It was converted into affordable senior housing and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

See more of Cincinnati as it was when Taft was president, in “Illustrated Cincinnati, 1909-1910.”