2017 Donations


  • John Zellner & Mary Pelligrion – 14 books
  • Bill Cullen (author)- “A History of Brewers in Portsmouth, Ohio”


  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh- bound issues of Portsmouth Times (1940s)
  • Martha Fuller- 2 Rauch family deeds
  • Frank Myers, Jr.- monetary
  • Anna Biggs- First Christian Church Memorial plate
  • Portsmouth Cement & Lime Company- Old business ledgers, receipt machine and notes on the business history
  • Stebbins Family (Malcolm)- Portsmouth Steel employee notepad


  • Jay Cropper – 1937 flood scrapbook


  • Terry Baldridge- “Ashland, Huntington, Ironton and Portsmouth Through Time”


  • Betty Wellman- printer, family files, genealogy CDs, phone book, 4 file trays, printer ink, computer with family genealogy
  • Paul O’Neill- Moulton book, Millbrook Park Roller Coaster postcard
  • Margaret (Peggy) Orlett- Scrapbook
  • Clyde Willis- “The History of Wheelersburg Football”
  • Michael Day- 4 framed photos
  • Allie Erwin (for Joyce Locke) Scrapbook
  • Ann Adele Lloyd- 27 photos of the building of the U.S. Grant Bridge 1926


  • Jack McGlone- scanned image of a Civil War letter
  • Karen M. Morgan- Richards – “The Descendants of John Morgan and Mary Shaw”
  • Barb Sedlock- 1916 Wheelersburg High School Commencement invitation
  • Terry Cook- “Doc, My Tiger’s Got an Itch”, “Story of Portsmouth”, “Sunset”-booklet, “Marietta and the Northwest Territory”- booklet, 9 library renovation images and small photo album, 2 canal images, letter and an article on “Condensed History of Portsmouth”


  • No donations.


  • No donations.


  • Charles Lincoln- monetary
  • Anonymous- architectural sketch of a diner interior
  • Water One Inc- Valley High Yearbook & 3 photos
  • Anonymous- Image of Anti-saloon protestors (1911)
  • Anonymous- “The Descendants of Thomas Miller”


  • No donations.


  • No donations.


  • John McHenry- photos of police department, construction of the C & O Bridge and Chamber of Commerce.
  • Anonymous- “Images of America”, “History of Delaware”, “Ohio Lands”, “The Hood Name in History (statistics only)”, “Heads of Families 1790 Census, Pennsylvania” and “Heads of Families 1790 Census, North Carolina”.

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