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    • The Winchester House, November 1976

    • Middletown (Ohio); Architecture, Domestic; Housing; historic districts
    • The Winchester House, 219 South Main Street, was built around 1878 by the Thomas family. It features a 3 story Italianate tower on the front of a Colonial style house. It is located on triangular lot, called the "Smoothing Iron," which has always...
    • Thomas Hueston Home, c. 1890

    • Architecture, Domestic; Housing; Butler County (Ohio)
    • Thomas Hueston was born in the backwoods of Virginia in 1776. A brother, Col. Matthew Hueston, had arrived in Cincinnati in 1793 and in a few years Thomas followed. Once land became available west of the Great Miami River, he obtained property...
    • Wardlow, Thomas & Co. Paper Mill, 1875

    • Art; Paper industry; Canals; Middletown (Ohio)
    • This is a drawing from the 1875 Combination Atlas Map of Butler County of the Wardlow, Thomas & Co. paper mill. They were also known as the Niagara Paper Mills, "Manufactures of Flour Sack & Manilla Papers." Some of the oldest buildings still...
    • 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 Ladies Quartet, 1940

    • Churches; Music; Middletown (Ohio)
    • Music was always an important part of the services of the First United Brethren Church. This photograph of "The Ladies Quartet" was sent by long-time church member,Esther Thomas, who had relocated to West Alexandria, Ohio. The ladies in the...
    • MHS 1918 Optimist

    • 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
    • Mark Thomas Home, Sorg Place? c. 1870

    • Roads; Architecture, Domestic; Housing; Middletown (Ohio)
    • This old photograph was found with others that came from Middletown's Tytus family. Written on the back of it are the words: "Sorg Place? Mark Thomas Home." This leads one to believe that this is the road to the Sorg Home in Poasttown, which was on...
    • The Winchester House, c. 1970

    • Architecture, Domestic; Housing; Middletown (Ohio)
    • The Winchester House, 219 South Main Street, was built around 1878 by the Thomas family. It features a 3 story Italianate tower of the front of a Colonial style house. This triangular lot, called the "Smoothing Iron," has always been important in...
    • Thomas Huff's Drawing of the McGuffey Museum

    • Universities and colleges; Oxford (Ohio); Historical museums; History -- Societies, etc.; Miami University (Oxford, Ohio); McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873
    • Thomas E. Huff made this drawing of William Holmes McGuffey's home while he was teaching at Miami University. McGuffey created his McGuffey Readers while living in this house.
    • John Thomas Williamson, c. 1890

    • People; Middletown (Ohio)
    • John Thomas Williamson was the great-grandson of Middletown's first settler, Daniel Doty, through Doty's daughter Huldah's line. Huldah married John Williamson and had a son, John Henry Williamson, who was the father of John Thomas Williamson.
    • The Winchester House, 1977

    • Art; Architecture, Domestic; Housing; Middletown (Ohio)
    • The Winchester House, 219 South Main Street, was built around 1878 by the Thomas family. It features a three story Italianate tower on the front of a Colonial style house. In 1881, James K. Thomas purchased the house, making additions including...
    • The Optimist 1913

    • Middletown High School (Middletown, Ohio); Middletown (Ohio); school yearbooks
    • 1912-1913 year book of the public schools of Middletown, Ohio. Published by a Staff selected from the Junior and Senior Ckasses of the High School under the Management of the High School Principal and by Authority of the Board of Education.
    • Middletown High School Football Players, 1936

    • Negatives; Schools; Students; Football; Middletown (Ohio)
    • In 1936, the Middletown High School football team practiced and played their home games at Lincoln Field, which was in back of Lincoln School. The players seen here are Dixie Gose, Harold Hursh, Bernard Willis and Sherley Thomas. Dixie Gose and...
    • Armco Association Club, 1920

    • Armco; Steel industry; Middletown (Ohio)
    • In 1920, the official Armco photographer, Thomas Portsmouth, collaborated with Bennett Chapple on an Armco publication, "Armco in Picture and Fact." Some of the photographs were reproduced on postcards. One of this set shows the Armco Association...
    • Thomas Allie Jones, c. 1920

    • People; Paper industry; Excello (Butler County, Ohio)
    • Thomas Allie Jones was the son-in-law of Abraham E. Harding. He was raised in the paper industry and along with Hardings's son, Charles, operated the Harding Paper Company's Excello mill as the Harding-Jones Paper Company. Between 1899 and 1926 the...
    • First Boy Born in Middletown, Thomas C. Reed, c. 1860

    • People; Middletown (Ohio)
    • Born October 3, 1797, Thomas C. Reed was the first boy (and the second person) born in Middletown (Lemon Township). His birthplace was a farm on Yankee Road, just south of Dicks Creek. He helped organize the Butler County Fair and served as the...
    • 1615 Sunset Street

    • Architecture, Domestic; Housing; real estate; Middletown (Ohio)
    • Realtor, J. Thomas Sebald must have listed this residence on two different occasions. In his advertisements, the asking price is listed one time as $15,000 and another as $17,000. Comparing photographs of the house, it is believed this is the newer...
    • Armco Grocery, 1919

    • Armco; Steel industry; Grocers; Middletown (Ohio)
    • Opening in 1917, the Armco Grocery, located in a former tobacco warehouse, was set up only for company employees. It sold, along with groceries, other general items at wholesale prices. Gus Banzhof, an experienced grocer, was hired by Armco as...


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