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    • Interior - Peter Weber Co., Wholesale Dealers, 1909

    • Business enterprises; Bars; Middletown (Ohio)
    • Peter Weber is listed in the 1894-95 city directory as operating a saloon at 66 Third Street. He also was a dealer in wines, liquor and cigars, and was the sole agent for L.W. Harper's Nelson County Kentucky Whiskey. He also was the agent for the...
    • Peter Rudokas Drawing of the Original Hospital, 1976

    • Art; Hospitals; Middletown (Ohio)
    • In March 1917, a Middletown Hospital opened. Over the years it was added onto on many occasions and the original section was torn down. In 1976, Peter Rudokas made a charcoal sketch of the original hospital that was made into this ink print. It was...
    • The County of Butler, Ohio 1895

    • Butler County (Ohio) -- Maps; Real property -- Ohio -- Butler County -- Maps; Landowners -- Ohio -- Butler County -- Maps; Ohio -- History; Butler County (Ohio) -- History
    • An Imperial Atlas and Art Folio, Includng Chronological Chart, Statistical Tables, and Description of Surveys
    • Peter Huntsbarger, Daughter, and Granddaughter, c. 1910

    • People; Madison (Butler County, Ohio : Township)
    • According to "Madison Township Bicentennial Sketches," in 1825 Jacob Huntsbarger married and moved to a farm on Browns Run. He passed away on December 19, 1886, at the age of 105. The back of this photograph indicates that this is "Peter...
    • Genesis

    • Art; Painting
    • This is one of Peter Hummel's large, abstract contemporary paintings. It contains flowing colors of mustard, navy, green and white.
    • Oxford Female Institute, 1850

    • Universities and colleges; Miami University (Oxford, Ohio)
    • The Oxford Female Institute was chartered February 23, 1849, by Herman B. Mayo, Alfred Luce, Robert H. Bishop Jr., Peter D. Matson, Samuel R. Mollyneaux, Peter Sutton, William H. Smith, William A. Irwin and Francis H. Peyton. In 1867 Oxford Female...
    • Peter Bruner, A Former Slave, c. 1900

    • People; African Americans; Universities and colleges; Miami University (Oxford, Ohio)
    • Peter Bruner was the first black to be employed by Miami University. In 1845 he was born as a slave in Winchester, Kentucky. His master was John Bruner, who often mistreated him. On many occasions he attempted to escape, getting as far as Xenia,...
    • Peter P. Latourrette Home, c. 1885

    • Architecture, Domestic; Housing; Houses; Middletown (Ohio)
    • This is artist Herbert Fall's idea of what the Peter P. Latourrette home on Third Street (Central Avenue) might have looked like. In 1940, The house was torn down to make way for a new telephone building. See File 15-8-94 for another Herbert Fall...
    • Home of Peter P. Latourrette, c. 1885

    • Negatives; Architecture, Domestic; Housing; Middletown (Ohio)
    • There are several different images, of Peter P. Latourrette's house which was on Third Street (Central Avenue). This is one of the two that Herbert W. Fall did. Latourrette manufactured agircultural equipment, later paper and tobacco equipment, in...
    • Peter LaTourrette Home, c. 1910

    • Architecture, Domestic; Housing; Winter; Middletown (Ohio)
    • The Peter LaTourrette home was on Third Street (Central Avenue), now the site of a telephone switching facility. LaTourrette was a machinist and industrialist whose company became the Manchester Machine Company. By artist Herbert Fall, this drawing...
    • Oxford Female Institute, 1875

    • Art; Universities and Colleges; Miami University (Oxford, Ohio)
    • In 1849, Herman B. Mayo, Alfred Luce, Robert H. Bishop, Jr., Peter D. Matson, Samuel R. Mollyneaux, Peter Sutton, William H. Smith, William A. Irwin, and Francis H. Peyton established the Oxford Female Institute. This instition was affiliated with...
    • Peter Weber Saloon, 1890

    • Slides; Art; Business enterprises; Middletown (Ohio)
    • Located on the north side of Central Avenue around 1890 was the Peter Weber Company saloon. It sold wines, liquor and cigars.
    • "Low Bridge Everybody Down"

    • Slides; Canals; Songs
    • There are a total of 27 slides that illustrates the children's book about the Erie Canal and the song "Low Bridge Everybody Down." Running from Albany to Buffalo, New York, the Erie Canal was the first major canal built in this country and led to...
    • "Low Bridge Everybody Down"

    • Slides; Canals; Songs
    • "Fifteen miles on the Erie Canal." (Some versions say, "Fifteen years on the Erie Canal.") (Illustrations copyright 1970; song copyright 1912 and renewed 1940).


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