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    • DeWitt Clinton, c. 1810

    • People; Canals; Middletown (Ohio)
    • DeWitt Clinton (1769-1828), often referred to as the "Father of the Erie Canal," served in the New York State Legislature and the U.S. Senate, as Mayor of New York City and as Governor of New York State. He strongly advocated building a canal...
    • North Clinton Street, September 1967

    • Middletown (Ohio); Architecture, Domestic; Housing; business districts; business enterprises
    • The 1967 City Directory says that the Ohio State Bureau of Unemployment Compensation was located in the building on the left at 18 North Clinton Street. To its right, at 22 was the dwelling of Mrs. Ruth M. Sexton. Capitol Dry Cleaning and Laundry...
    • Corner of First Avenue and Clinton Street, June 1975

    • Middletown (Ohio); streets; buildings; business enterprises; business districts
    • In June 1975, the corner of First Avenue and Clinton Street looked as seen in this image. The three large buildings are still standing. Goodwill Industries was located at 32 South Clinton Avenue. The Harold L. Agee Insurance & Real Estate was...
    • Rus' Dempster, 1941

    • Automobiles; Tires; Business enterprises; Middletown (Ohio)
    • In 1941, Rus' Dempster's General Tire Sales was started as a tire sales and repair company. The years around 1944 saw the development of the balloon tire and later the bias/belted tire and finally the steel belted radial. Also, in 1944, the...
    • 37 North Clinton Street

    • Architecture, Domestic; Housing; real estate; Middletown (Ohio); business enterprises; apartments
    • This building at 37 North Clinton Street was located at the corner of Manchester Avenue. It had a storeroom suitable for many uses and a second floor apartment. In the rear of the building was a two-story barn
    • Third Street near Clinton Avenue, c. 1922

    • Bird's-eye views; Business districts; Middletown (Ohio)
    • This c. 1922 photograph of Third Street (Central Avenue) looking east was probably taken from the Reed-Klopp building. The tall smoke stack in the center in the distance was on the P. Lorillard tobacco plant. Several of these buildings still stand...
    • J.E. Kincald Grocery Wagon, c. 1915

    • Grocery stores; Grocers; Carriages and Carts; Middletown (Ohio)
    • Many of the local grocery stores made deliveries. One of them was John E. Kincaid and his wife Baltie who are standing in front of their store at 128 South Clinton (today this would be North Clinton). Their grocery store is only listed in the 1914...
    • Third St. Flood at Middletown, Ohio, March 25th, 1913

    • Floods; Streets; Middletown (Ohio)
    • Ed Watson took this view of Third Street, today's Central Avenue, looking west from near Clark Street. Middletown High School was on the rise to the right. This slide is one of 80 used in a slide program titled "1913 Flood." by George Crout. This...
    • Looking Northeast at Middletown, October 2, 1955

    • Aerial photographs; Negatives; Middletown (Ohio)
    • The left corner of this photograph shows part of the plant of the Interstate Folding Box Company. Next to it at Girard and Verity is the old tobacco factory. Across Verity and Clinton can be seen the Pennsylvania Railroad station. The city's...
    • Middletown in Black and White

    • Middletown (Ohio);Ohio; Ohio -- History; Middletown (Ohio) -- History;
    • A digital copy of the book Middletown in Black and White describes Middletown, Ohio, Butler County, USA in 1906. It includes a brief history of the first settlers ; biographical descriptions and photographs of prominent businessmen, attorneys,...
    • The Optimist 1918

    • Middletown High School (Middletown, Ohio); School yearbooks; high schools; students
    • Published by a staff selected from the Junior and Senior Classes of the High School, working under the supervision of the High School Principal. Volume VI. A souvenir of the year 1917-1918
    • The City Building Annex, c. 1969

    • municipal government; municipal buildings; Middletown (Ohio); Public Buildings; Public Buildings -- United States; United States -- Government Buildings
    • The City of Middletown used this building at Central Avenue and Clinton Street as a City Building Annex. It was once the location of a Macy's Department Store.
    • J. Forest Burns Superintendent 1927-1941, 1968

    • Schools; School superintendents; Blue Ball (Ohio); Middletown (Ohio)
    • J. Forest Burns was the superintendent of Blue Ball School from 1927 until 1941. He had a very active role in the erection of the 1930 building and improving the educational standards of the school. In 1941, he left Blue Ball to become...


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