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    • Squirrel Hunters Discharge

    • A discharge certificate sent to Joseph Hill. Joseph Hill was one of 50,000 local volunteer militia who volunteered to protect Cincinnati against General Henry Heth's confederate army. These Ohio volunteers came to Cincinnati armed with weapons...
    • Summit County Historical Society
    • Akron Limited

    • A postcard made by Arcade Studio of 75 S. Howard St. in Akron, Ohio. Posing for the picture is an unidentified man on a set resembling the Akron Limited passenger train.
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Akron High School

    • The first Akron High School located on Forge Street in downtown Akron, Ohio. When the high school opened on September 6, 1886, it was the largest building in the city. In 1911, after the opening of South High School, Akron High School's name was...
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Buchtel College

    • Buchtel College [right] and the Chemical Laboratory [left] in downtown Akron, Ohio. Buchtel College was founded in 1870 by the Ohio Universalist Convention, and industrialist John R. Buchtel, who donated thirty-one thousand dollars to its...
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Buchtel College

    • Buchtel College [right] and the Chemical Laboratory [left] in downtown Akron, Ohio. Buchtel College was founded in 1870 by the Ohio Universalist Convention, and industrialist John R. Buchtel, who donated thirty-one thousand dollars to its...
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Buchtel College

    • Curtis Cottage at Buchtel College in Akron, Ohio. Curtis Cottage was opened in 1905 as a home for women. Buchtel College was founded in 1870 by the Ohio Universalist Convention, and industrialist John R. Buchtel, who donated thirty-one thousand...
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Buchtel College

    • Curtis Cottage at Buchtel College in Akron, Ohio. Curtis Cottage was opened in 1905 as a home for women. Buchtel College was founded in 1870 by the Ohio Universalist Convention, and industrialist John R. Buchtel, who donated thirty-one thousand...
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • University of Akron

    • The institution now known as The University of Akron was founded as Buchtel College in 1870 by the Ohio Universalist Convention, and industrialist John R. Buchtel, who donated thirty-one thousand dollars to its construction. In 1913, due to...
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Spicer School

    • Spicer Grade School on Carroll Street in downtown Akron, Ohio. When the school was acquired by The University of Akron it was renovated and its name was changed to Spicer Hall. Spicer Hall was demolished in 1999, but three architectural arches...
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Childrens Home

    • The Children's Home on 264 S. Arlington St. in Akron, Ohio. The orphanage opened in 1910. It was demolished in 1997 to make room for a new $13 million headquarters.
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Children's Home

    • The Children's Home on 264 S. Arlington St. in Akron, Ohio. The orphanage opened in 1910. It was demolished in 1997 to make room for a new $13 million headquarters.
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Children's Home

    • The Children's Home on 264 S. Arlington St. in Akron, Ohio. The orphanage opened in 1910. It was demolished in 1997 to make room for a new $13 million headquarters.
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Kent School

    • The first Kent School located on South Arlington Street in Akron, Ohio. Kent School opened in 1882 and closed in 1940. In 1954 a new Roswell-Kent school building was built on Hammel Street. The school is named after Roswell Kent a merchant of...
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Glendale Cemetery

    • The entrance to Glendale Cemetery - officially known as the Akron Rural Cemetery - located on Glendale Avenue in Akron, Ohio. The Akron Rural Cemetery began in 1839 as a 20-acre tract between West Center and South Maple Streets. The land was...
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;
    • Glendale Cemetery

    • The entrance to Glendale Cemetery - officially known as the Akron Rural Cemetery - located on Glendale Avenue in Akron, Ohio. The Akron Rural Cemetery began in 1839 as a 20-acre tract between West Center and South Maple Streets. The land was...
    • On Loan to the Akron-Summit County Public Library;

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