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Color photo image of Ray Litteral's Pioneer Village of Wheelersburg. Brief history on back.

Sepia tone photo image of the C.&O. Railroad Bridge over the Ohio River at Sciotoville. Penciled handwriting on back.

Color portrait image of Johnston in naval uniform. Signed in lower right hand corner- message to wife (1928-1978)

Sepia tone group photo of employees of the Whitaker-Glessner Steel. Some damage, including tear at top and two holes at bottom. Previously attached to a scrapbook.

Aged, tan in color, letterhead/ invoice with illustrations of the buildings. Locations and officers lister: Stockham & Micklethwaite; invoice for Buckeye Fire Brick

Aged, tan color letterhead with title advertisement and address of company. Board of directors; Titus, Rardin, Drew and Uhl. Letter written by J.J. Radin in typed text.

Sepia tone photo of coach and team for Green Township School 1924-1926. Names listed are: Coach Guy Bumgardner, Oliver Doty (2nd from right). Burl Burke (holding ball), Julius Doty

Sepia tone photo of coach and team for Green Township School 1924-1926. Names listed are: Coach Smith, Irving (1st on left). Ben (holding ball), Louis Hyland (with arms down over his knees), Frederick

Black and white photo image of Fifth Street, looking West. Pictured is Hibbs Hardware, Bus Depot, Ohio Valley Wholesale, Bigelow Church, and St. Mary's in the background.

Color illustrated Victorian figures. Bottom of card: "You are cordially invited to inspect our line of diamonds, watches and jewelry as well as our fine assortment of 1847 Rogers Bros. "Silver Plate that wears." J. F. Carr, 424 Chillicothe St., near…

Cream-colored business card with print and scrollwork: "L. Wise's Sons the Tailors and Clothiers, 117 W. Second St., Portsmouth, O., established 1865." Originally opened on Front Street.

Sepia tone photo image postcard. King was an Evangelist that preached at the YMCA, N & W Terminal, Homes, and was a Missionary with his wife.
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