PHOTOGRAPHS OF HARRISON COUNTY

Picture of Harrison County Courthouse in May 11, 1903, sent in by Charles Green.

Picture was taken by his great grandfather.

Picture of Piedmont about 1905 sent in by Charles Green.
Charlie Green and Dick Moore agree that this is Piedmont.

This picture was also taken by his great grandfather.

"Drilling for oil on the Howell Farm Nov 1, 1905." Taken by Charles Green's great grandfather.

Picture sent in by Charles Green.

This is a photograph of  Compher, Ohio which was located in Section 22, Moorefield Twp, Harrison County. The road is Route 331 which runs from Piedmont to Holloway. Some of the homes can be seen in the upper background, none of which exist today.

 Picture sent in by Charles Green.

This is a picture of Piedmont, Ohio.

Picture sent in by Charles Green.

This is a picture of Central School, Cadiz, Ohio.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

This is a picture of the Methodist Church, Cadiz, Ohio.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

This is a picture of the Public Square, Cadiz, Ohio.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

This is a picture of the Scio M.E. Church, Scio Ohio. Church was dedicated January 6, 907.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

This is a picture of the Court House, Cadiz, Ohio.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

This is a picture of the Childrens Home, Wheeling Road,  Cadiz, Ohio.  It stood where the Harrison Community Hospital now stands.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

This is a picture of a panoramic map Scio, Ohio.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

This picture is of the Harrison County Infirmary.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

This is a picture of the Ehrhart Motel in Cadiz, Ohio. 1911

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

This is a picture of Franklin College, in New Athens, Ohio.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

This is a picture of the General Custer Hotel, in Cadiz, Ohio.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Picture of the corner of North Main Street and West Market Street, in Cadiz, Ohio.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Picture of the Scio Pottery Company, Scio, Ohio .

Picture sent in by Debbie LaFromboise.

Picture of Scio Pottery Office, Scio, Ohio.

Picture sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Aerial view of Cadiz, Ohio.

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Worlds Largest Shovel, near Cadiz, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

College Building, Hopedale, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Main Street Scene Scio, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Wabash Arch with a large railroad crane on top

Hopedale, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Home of the Scio College of Pharmacy.

Scio, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

General Custer's Birthplace, New Rumley, Ohio

Scio, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

General Custer Hotel, Cadiz, Ohio

Scio, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

New Rumley Ohio Ohio U B Church, Ohio

Scio, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

New Rumley Ohio Early 1900's

Scio, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Old Standing Stone, Cadiz, Ohio 1911

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

1940 Cadiz OH A&P Store Sinclair Gasoline, Cadiz, Ohio 1940

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Main Street, Cadiz, Ohio 1911

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Cadiz Ohio Public Square 1940

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

1900's Jewett, OH Public School

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

1910 Freeport Ohio Methodist Church

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

1908 Piedmont Ohio Main Street

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Matthew Simpsons first sermon was given in this building. Cadiz, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Center Unity School House, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Scio College View Postcard 1908, Scio, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Scio Presbyterian Church, Scio, Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

Center Unity Presbyterian Church,1868, German Twp. Ohio

Sent in by Debbie Lafromboise.

 
On the picture of the National Army, out of Cadiz, Ohio, April 29, 1918. James Finley Whitten is the first man in the second row, on the left side. I do not know who any of the others are. Following is James service record.
WW1 Vet Info.
Whitten, James F.
Serial #2274073, White
R.F.D. 1
Tippecanoe, Ohio
National Army Cadiz, Ohio April 29, 1918. Born Cadiz, Ohio-27 years, 11
months of age.
Company D 308 Ammunition Train to June 12, 1918, Supply Company 7 Field
Artillery to Feb. 1, 1919. Headquarters, Company 7 Field Artillery to
Discharge, Private.
St. Mihiel;Meuse-Argonne; Defenseive Sector. American Expeditionary Force.
July 7 1918 to Sept. 1, 1919.
Honorable Discharge Oct. 6, 1919
 

 

 

 

 

 

On the front of the school house, it says Weavers School house. On the back of it, it says, Picture of our school house. The roof is painted red, taken during my 8th year. teacher Mrs. Devore. My mother was Ina Whitten, 14 years old at the time, which would make the picture 1936 or 1937. My mother said that she believes that Mrs Devore, was Ethel Devore.

 

Sent in by Dale Smith