SANDUSKY COUNTY PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTION

Local History Collections

Collection ID: LH-PH-1
Location: LH-PH-1

(Description ID: 606955)

Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library and Museums

Sandusky County, Ohio Photograph Collection

LH-PH-1


 

Introduction

County Formation

Scope and Content

Inventory

 

Introduction

 The Sandusky County, Ohio Photograph Collection is an artificial collection composed of images donated at various times through the years.

 

County Formation

Sandusky County, Ohio, was part of the large Indian territory established in northwestern Ohio by the Treaty of Greenville in 1795. Within this territory the Indians gave to the federal government for military use a tract of land two miles square at the first rapids of the Sandusky River.  This land, known as the Two Mile Square Reserve, is now occupied by the city of Fremont and was originally known as Lower Sandusky.  In January 1815, the Ohio legislature established Huron County , formed from the Firelands - the west end of the Connecticut Western Reserve.  For governmental purposes, this act attached to Huron County lands adjoining it on the west, including the Two Mile Square Reserve.  In January 1820, the Ohio legislature established Sandusky County.  Seneca County was set up at the same time and attached to Sandusky County for governmental purposes.  The two counties were surveyed into sections by the federal government this same year, 1820. In April, 1824, county government was set up in Seneca County, and Sandusky County=s jurisdiction n ended over that area. In 1835, in the heat of the Ohio-Michigan dispute known as the Toledo War, Lucas County was hastily formed to occupy the disputed land.  The northwest tip of Sandusky County claimed by Michigan was made part of Lucas County. This is the land directly north of present Ottawa County. In 1838, the Seneca Indians sold their reservation to the federal government and moved west.  These lands, lying partly in Ballville and Green Creek townships, were surveyed the same year and placed on sale.  Also, in May 1838, Erie County was set off from Huron County, and the northeastern tip of Townsend Township added to it.  In 1840, Ottawa County was set off from Sandusky County.  In establishing the county line, Rice and Woodville Townships were formed.  Sandusky Township was formed in 1815; Townsend in 1820; Ballville, York, and Green Creek in 1822; Riley in 1824; Jackson in 1829; Washington in 1830; Scott and Madison in 1833; and Woodville and Rice in 1840.  Fremont is the county seat.  Other Sandusky County towns and villages include Clyde, portions of Bellevue, Burgoon, Millersville, Helena, Rollersville, Hessville, Woodville, Gibsonburg, Lindsey, Green Springs, and Vickery.

Scope and Content

 The Sandusky County, Ohio Photograph Collection contains more than 3,800 prints, photographs, and drawings dating from 1850 to 1984. Nearly every photographic process is represented in the collection.  Images from Sandusky County’s towns and villages are included in this collection, however, the collection is dominated by pictures taken in and around Fremont, Ohio.  The photographs are arranged according to subject. Some of the subjects include Sandusky County’s towns and villages, events and celebrations, buildings, businesses, residences, schools, organizations, street scenes, bridges, railroads, churches, and utilities.  The numbers appearing in parentheses after the subject in this finding aid indicate the number of photographs.

Inventory

18 linear ft.

Box 1A; Folders 1-8

Sandusky County History and Celebrations

  1. Battle of Ft. Stephenson (15)
  2. Lower Sandusky-1820 (7)
  3. City Hall –Laying cornerstone, 1877 (3)
  4. McKinley/23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Reunion, 1897 (17)
  5. Hayes Centennial Parade, 1922 (23)
  6. Re-interment of Col. George Croghan, 1906 (17)
  7. Fort Stephenson Centennial, 1913 (3)
  8. Fort Stephenson Sesquicentennial, 1963 ( 34)

 

Box 1B; Folders 9-

Sandusky County History and Celebrations

  1. Red Cross Parade, 1918 (22)
  2. Parades, 1890’s -1945 ( 67)
  3. Seneca John Monument (11)
  4. William Henry Harrison Rock (9)
  5. Historical Markers and Signs (12)
  6. C. Haunted House (4)
  7. Christmas Tree (2)
  8. Street Fairs and Celebrations (1)
  9. Grand Army of the Republic Celebrations (5)
  10. William McKinley [Fanny Hayes’ Wedding] (1)

 

Box 2

Churches

  1. Christian Science (1)
  2. Episcopal-St. Paul (43)
  3. Jewish (1)
  4. Lutheran (17)
  5. Presbyterian (21)
  6. Roman Catholic (14)
  7. United Brethren (4)
  8. United Church of Christ (17)
  9. United Methodist (24)
  10. Unidentified Churches (7)
  11. Mount Lebanon Church and Cemetery (2)

 

Box 3A; Folders 1-15

Schools, Students, and Faculties

  1. Atkinson (5)
  2. Business College (1)
  3. Central High School (60)
  4. Croghan (2)
  5. Hayes (1)
  6. Lutz (2)
  7. Fremont High School/Ross High School (70)
  8. Casimers (2)
  9. Joseph (21)
  10. Union (10)
  11. Ballville Township (4)
  12. Madison Township (3)
  13. Grovetown (1)
  14. Rural school students and staff (16)
  15. Townsend Township students and staff (5)

Box 3B; Folders 16-

Schools, Students, and Faculties

  1. Student Organizations (20)
  2. Class pictures, c.1877-1929 (23)
  3. Graduating classes, c. 1868-1920 (12)
  4. Township teachers, 1915 (1)
  5. Miscellaneous school photos (4)
  6. Muskellunge School ca. 1912 (9)
  7. Maple Grove School (0)
  8. Four-Mile House School (1)
  9. Class Pictures c. 1929-1970 (6)
  10. Class Reunions (3)
  11. Croghanville School (1)
  12. Rice Twp. Schools (7)
  13. Wood St. School circa 1890 (4)
  14. Auntie Elma’s Nursery School (1)
  15. Sandusky Twp. Schools/Ball (5)
  16. Ann’s School (1)
  17. Sandusky County District #2 Teachers and Administrators identified circa;1914-1915 (2)

 

Box 4A; Folders 1-4

Fremont, Ohio, Hospitals, Library, Sandusky County Fair and Fairgrounds

  1. Fremont City Hospital; Stamm Hospital (7)
  2. Memorial Hospital; Mary Miller Hayes School of Nursing (56) one Finch Album (24) Total (80)
  3. Birchard Library: exterior (27 includes many duplicates)
  4. Birchard Library: interior (15)

 

Box 4B; Folders 5-

Fremont, Ohio, Hospitals, Library, Sandusky County Fair and Fairgrounds

  1. Birchard Library: c. 1946-1948 programs and activities (45)
  2. Sandusky County Fairgrounds (11)
  3. Sandusky County Fair (32)

 

Box 5; Folders 1-

Parks, Government buildings, theaters and dance halls, cemeteries

  1. Old Betsy Cannon (59) many duplicates
  2. Court House Park and Standpipe (54, including many duplicates)
  3. Parks – Ft. Stephenson/Library Park (16)
  4. Veterans Memorial at Croghan and Park (2)
  5. Soldiers Monument (15)
  6. Army Reserve Center, Oak Harbor Road, Fremont (1)
  7. Rodger Young Park, Fremont (1)
  8. Fremont Athletic Fields (6)
  9. Sandusky County Court House (38)
  10. Sandusky County Jail – Croghan St. constructed 1890 (21)
  11. Post Office and Federal Building, State Street, Fremont, Ohio (7)
  12. Rainbow Garden ( 4 )
  13. Theaters; Opera House (10)
  14. Memorial Parkway (8)
  15. Cemeteries (19)
  16. Wood Indian (1)
  17. Birchard Park Bandstand (2)
  18. Funeral/Funeral Home (2)

Box 6A; Folders 1-19

Commercial Businesses (Banks, Stores, Services, Depots, Hotels)

  1. Colonial Savings Banks (37, including duplicates)
  2. Croghan Bank & Savings/Croghan Colonial Bank (13)
  3. First National Bank (11, including duplicates)
  4. Fremont Savings Bank (28)
  5. Liberty National Bank (1)
  6. Sandusky County Federal (1)
  7. Unidentified Banks (2)
  8. Grund’s Drug Store (4)
  9. Child’s Clothing Store (2)
  10. Fremont Gun Store, West State St. (3)
  11. Lesher Grocery; Lesher Bro. Bakery & Ice Cream (4)
  12. Joseph’s Department Store; 1952 Fire (2)
  13. Finch Photograph Studio (2)
  14. J. Ryan Tailor Shop (5)
  15. B. Kridler Insurance Co. (1)
  16. Mercury Sign Co. (3)
  17. Restaurants (4)
  18. Saloons and Breweries (10)
  19. Pool and Billiard Parlor (1)

 

 

Box 6B; Folders 20-

Commercial Businesses (Banks, Stores, Services, Depots, Hotels)

  1. Shopping Centers (5)
  2. Miscellaneous Retail Stores and Services (24)
  3. Diamond Cut Rate Store, 308 Croghan St.(1)
  4. Hotels (22)
  5. Stull’s Tourist Home (3)
  6. Fremont Country Club (2)
  7. Tschumy Brothers (2)
  8. Fremont Metal Body (6)
  9. Stine Motorcycles and Repairs/Motorcycles (6)
  10. Elmer Whitney Photograph Studio (1)
  11. Unidentified Grocery Store (0)
  12. Sherard’Grocery Wagon (1)
  13. Advertisements (27)
  14. Schafer Market (2)
  15. Hidber Store (1)
  16. Ahner-Printing 211 E. State St. c.1935 (2)
  17. A. Willer Groceries & Provisions (4)
  18. Smith Groceries and Meats, 1000-1002 Croghan St.; c. 1916 (1)
  19. Wenzel and Co. Groceries, 407 S. Front St. c. 1914 (1)
  20. W. Haaser Market (1)
  21. Eller’s Bargin Store (2)
  22. Rose’s Flowers (1)
  23. Bauman and Lutz Meat Market(1)
  24. Gabel Brother Market (1)
  25. George Thompson/ Guns (1)
  26. Pfisterer’s Clothing (1)
  27. Krofta, Tailor and S. Garber, Shoe Shop (1)
  28. H. Bihl Musical Merchandise (1)
  29. Gas Stations ( 14)
  30. Ochs Brother Carriage Manufacturing (3)
  31. Bach Clothing aka Dryfoose-Bach (1)
  32. F. Wolf (1)
  33. LaMode Cloak House (1)
  34. Bingman and Munch Groceries (1)
  35. Joseph Staber Groceries and Provisions (1)
  36. V. Hamilton Jewelry (1)
  37. Close Groceries, China, Glass (1)
  38. Tuteur Furnishing, Goods (1)
  39. City Drug (1)

Box 7A; Folders 1-33

Commercial Businesses (Publishers, Agribusiness, and Manufacturing)

  1. Krebs and Proctor (2)
  2. Fremont Journal [Newspaper} (6)
  3. Newspaper Publishing (12)
  4. Ballville, Ohio, Mill (4)
  5. Overmyer Cider Mill (4)
  6. Fremont Mills (1)
  7. Thomas Bakery (1)
  8. Tony’s Bakery (3)
  9. Star Bakery (3)
  10. Blue Ribbon Bakery (6)
  11. Dairies (4)
  12. Greenhouses (2)
  13. Loganbach Grocery (2)
  14. George Greiner’s Store (2)
  15. Great Lakes Sugar Beet Plant (5)
  16. J. Heinz Plant (5)
  17. Whitmore Sawmill (10)
  18. Lumber Companies (8)
  19. Home Sand and Coal Co. (2)
  20. Riverside Fuel and Supply Co. (8)
  21. Noble Stone Quarry (2)
  22. Undertakers (1)
  23. Fremont Monument Company (2)
  24. Gust Marble Shop (3)
  25. V. B. Ames Company (1)
  26. Carbo Tool and Die (3)
  27. Carriage Manufacturers (3)
  28. Christy-Trommer Malt Company (2)
  29. Clauss Shear Company, c. 1907 (8) double sides
  30. Cresent Manufacturing Company (2)
  31. Fremont Tool and Die (3)
  32. Herbrand (25)
  33. P. Moore Carriage Manufacturing (3)

Box 7B; Folders 34-

Commercial Businesses (Publishers, Agribusiness, and Manufacturing)

  1. Thompson-Houston Carbon Works (2)
  2. Penroyer Company, 1918 (1)
  3. Miscellaneous Manufacturers (13)
  4. Fremont Industrial Park (3 negatives)
  5. Economy Baler (7)
  6. Consolidated Reflective Displays (1 )
  7. Gavitt’s Tea Room ( 1 and 1 negative)
  8. H. Jackson Manufacturing(2 )
  9. Christy Company Employees, 1929-1940 (3)
  10. Whirlpool ca. 1960 (12)
  11. Jackson Shear (2)
  12. Hodes-Zink Manufacturing (34)
  13. Weis Scrap Iron (aka Burns Metal and Scrap) (1)
  14. Beclear Battery (2)
  15. National Carbon ( 21)
  16. Moore Business Forms (1)
  17. Hench’s Bakery 1915-16 (1 )
  18. Bob Schaaf Garage and Identified Staff(1)
  19. Gottron Brother Builders, Stone St. (1)
  20. People’s Elevator (1)
  21. M. Bakery (1 )
  22. C. S. Jeavons Drapery (1)
  23. Album of Commercial Businesses by George Grob (48)
  24. Star City Mill (1)
  25. Brunover Upholstery Shop (1)
  26. Fremont Paper Box (1)

 

Box 8

Fremont, Ohio, Street Scenes (including Federation of Women Home, Masonic Temple)

  1. Arch Street (4)
  2. Buckland Avenue (5)
  3. Cleveland Avenue (3)
  4. Croghan Street (16)
  5. Front Street ( 52)
  6. Hayes Avenue (1)
  7. Park Avenue (2)
  8. State Street (51, including some duplicates)
  9. Miscellaneous (26, including some duplicates)
  10. Masonic/Moose Temple (39)
  11. Fremont Federation of Women Club Home (16, including some duplicates)
  12. Pontius Residence and Office, N. Park Ave. (5)
  13. Pencil Sketch of Fremont, Ohio, dtd. Feb. 1877, by W. S. Adams [Ac.5750], [Fremont St. Scenes] (1)
  14. Garrison Street (1)
  15. Justice Street (1 )

 

Box 9A; Folders 1-22

Residences

  1. Walter J. Pero residence, 1124 Croghan Ave. (22)
  2. Fred Fabing residence (1)
  3. Robert H. Rice residence, 408 Arch St. (36)
  4. Lucy Keeler residence (1)
  5. George Bolinger residence (1)
  6. William E. Haynes residence (1)
  7. George Greiner residence (2)
  8. Haslet Wilson residence, West State St. and portraits, (20)
  9. Dillon House, 1329 Buckland Ave. (1)­­
  10. Vallette House, Buckland Ave. (1)
  11. H. Bihl residence, Buckland and Hayes Ave. (1)
  12. Max Wolf residence, Fourth St. (1)
  13. John G. Nuhfer residence, 500 S. Arch St. (4)
  14. A. Rice birthplace, State St. (3)
  15. Reinhard Grob residence, 605 High St. (2)
  16. Buckland Homestead, Birchard and Park Ave. (3)
  17. Jake Youngman residence, S. Arch St. (1)
  18. Houck residence (2)
  19. Henry Fry residence, Ballville Twp. (5)
  20. Hudson Family Homestead, Sandusky County (1)
  21. Shively residence, 1217 Garrison St. (1)
  22. Fremont Homes, streets identified (10)

 

Box 9B; Folders 23-

Residences

  1. Miscellaneous Fremont homes (29)
  2. Miscellaneous home interiors (5)
  3. Daniel Brainard Home, Arch Street (1)
  4. Loveland/Lyle Miller Homes, East State Street (4)
  5. Tschumy Home (4 )
  6. Sarah Diedler Home, 1908 (1)
  7. M. Walter Residence (1)
  8. Hineline Homestead (1 )
  9. Canfield House, Birchard Avenue (1 )
  10. Unidentified homes and Individuals (13 )
  11. William Roser Residence, E. State and Ohio Ave (1 )
  12. James W. Wilson 501 Ewing St. originally moved from 509 Croghan (1 )
  13. George and Marth Sachs Smith (1 )
  14. Charles Babione Home, corner of Park Av. And Hayes (1)

 

Box 10

Waterways, Utilities, Wrecks, Fires and Maps

  1. Ballville Dam and Construction (76) Folder 1a 75;Folder 1b 40 Total 115
  2. Filtration Plant (8)
  3. Utilities; Steam and Power Plant (53)
  4. Maps (10)
  5. Sandusky County vehicle wrecks and building fires (26)
  6. Brady’s Island (13)
  7. Minnow Creek Cut-Off (2)
  8. Mud Creek Bay, 1913 (1)
  9. Cochran’s Landing (Sandusky River) (2)
  10. DeMars Club on Mud Creek (21)
  11. Tucker Dam (5)

 

Box 11 A; Folders 1-6

Bridges, Railroads, Trains and Sandusky River

  1. Rivers and Streams (2)
  2. Sandusky River (71)
  3. Tindall Bridge (4)
  4. Mull Covered Bridge (42)
  5. Ballville Covered Bridge (23)
  6. State Street Bridge (31)

 

Box 11 B; Folders 7-

Bridges, Railroads, Trains and Sandusky River

  1. Bridge Construction –Rout 20 By-pass (27)
  2. Railroad Bridges (23)
  3. Lake Erie and Western Railroad (14)
  4. Lakeshore Railway Cars (1)
  5. Trains and Tracks (28)
  6. Blue Banks-Sandusky River (4)
  7. Lake Shore Electric Car Barn and workers (10)
  8. Nickel Plate Railroad (11)
  9. Lakeshore Electric Inter-Urban (19)
  10. New York Central (3)
  11. Railroad Water Tanks (1)
  12. Depots (12)

 

Box 12

Vehicles, Boats and Aerial views

  1. Vehicles-hose drawn (8)
  2. Ball House Livery (11)
  3. A. Berger wagon repair (2)
  4. Farm Machinery (9)
  5. Automobiles (9)
  6. Pontius’s automobiles (13)
  7. Steamer R. B. Hayes (13)
  8. Steamers; G. A. Boeckling and Fremont (4)
  9. Steamboats and boating (17)
  10. Biplane, 1911 (4)
  11. Aerial Views of Fremont, c. 1906-1919 (6)
  12. Aerial Views of Fremont, 1920-1930 (8)
  13. Aerial Views of Fremont 1931-1950 (13)
  14. Aerial Views of Fremont 1951-1999 (1)
  15. Aerial Views of Fremont-Fairgrounds (2)
  16. Miscellaneous Aerial Views (21)
  17. Sand Docks-N. Front St. (3)
  18. S. Mail Delivery Wagons and Vehicles (10)
  19. Hench-Messinger Baking Col. Delivery Wagon (1)
  20. Robert Horn with Popcorn/Peanut Wagon, c. 1914 (2)
  21. Miller Brothers Produce Buyers and Chase Truck Agents (6)
  22. A. Schmittuz Market Gardner Truck (3)
  23. Automobile Dealers (13)
  24. Mohler Auto Supply and Service (6)
  25. C & W. Auto Supplies – East State St. at Ohio Ave. (1)
  26. R. Smith Oil Company (1)
  27. Frank Roth Taxi- W. State, 1924 (1)
  28. Rainbow Restaurant and Bus Stop (1)
  29. Good Year Blimp (1)
  30. Emich Trucking (1)

 

Box 13A; Folders 1-4

Storm and Floods

  1. Storm of May, 1893 (9)
  2. 1904 Flood (29, including some duplicates)
  3. 1904 Flood Album (28)
  4. Flood 1883 (6)

 

Box 13 B; Folders 5-

Storm and Floods

  1. Flood 1959 Folder 5a (70), Folder 5b (171) small album, duplicates (Total 241)
  2. Album of 1959 Flood (38 photos) communication and documentation

 

Box 14A; Folder 1

Flood of 1913

  1. 1913 Flood postcards (Folder 1a. 232; Folder 1b 266-Total - 498)

 

Box 14B; Folder 2-

Flood of 1913

  1. 1913 varied photos (17)
  2. 1913 Flood photos-reprints ( 100)
  3. 1913 Flood photos with identified locations (44)
  4. 1913 Historical Souvenir Books of Fremont Flood ( 7copies)

 

Box 15A; Folders 1-13

Groups

  1. Civil service groups (11)
  2. Election Board, 1908 (1)
  3. Fremont Hose Brigade, 1886 (2)
  4. Fire Departments (21)
  5. Fremont Broom Brigade, 1884 (4)
  6. Fremont Cycling and Athletic Club Amateur Minstrels, 1894 (5)
  7. Fremont Outing Club (5)
  8. Bankers – Fremont (1)
  9. Fremont Militaries, 1978 (5)
  10. Scout Troops (2)
  11. Family Reunions – Sandusky County (8)
  12. Family Group- Sandusky County (10)
  13. Identified Groups (25)

 

Box 15B; Folders 14-20

Groups

  1. Groups with individuals identified (55)
  2. Unidentified groups (38)
  3. Athletic teams and players (24)
  4. Light Guard Band (9)
  5. Wightman’s Grove (10)
  6. Fremont Sporting Club (1)
  7. Law Enforcement (10)

 

Box 16A; Folder 1-9

Military, Fraternal and Religious Organizations

  1. Military reunion – 72nd OVI (Civil War), 1908 (1); 1909 (1) Total (2)
  2. Cuba as seen by the 6th OVI (Spanish-American War photo album) (35)
  3. Spanish-American War Soldiers (14)
  4. Sandusky Company K 6th Regiment World War I, 1917 (21)
  5. 23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Reunion, 1877 (Civil War) (19)
  6. Military personnel (2)
  7. Military Bands, American Legion (7)
  8. Fraternal Organizations (6)
  9. Fremont Crescents Baseball Team, c.1910 (2)

 

Box 16B; Folder 10-

Military, Fraternal and Religious Organizations

  1. Methodist Church groups – individuals identified, c. 1910-1920 (5)
  2. YMCA - Sandusky County (9)
  3. Adam Gottron and A.G. Walter Undertaker, 1907 (1)
  4. Unidentified individuals – Sandusky County (10)
  5. Miscellaneous Military Photos (3)
  6. Civil War Veterans, Civil War Executive Order by A. Lincoln (5)
  7. Mission Band, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran(1)
  8. Masonic Order, Fremont Commandery No. 56 (1)
  9. Company A Spanish America War 1898 (1)
  10. World War II (3)

 

Box 17

Sandusky County Towns and Villages (Amsden, Burgoon, Kansas, Bellevue, Gibsonburg, Green Springs, Helena, Lindsey, Rollerville, Woodville)

  1. Amsden, Burgoon, Kansas (21)
  2. Bellevue (5)
  3. Gibsonburg (13)
  4. Green Springs (5)
  5. Helena (12)
  6. Helena-Schools (2)
  7. Helena-Lindsay homes and family members (6)
  8. Helena-Volunteer Fire Department (2)
  9. Helena-Churches (4)
  10. Helena-Railroads (4)
  11. Helena-Petroleum Wells (13)
  12. Lindsey (1)
  13. Lindsey-Schools (1)
  14. Woodville(2)
  15. Woodville-Schools (3)
  16. Woodville-Solomon Lutheran Church (2)
  17. Jackson Township (3)
  18. Rollerville Concert Band (1)
  19. Pennisular Farm (31 in album)
  20. Ballville Twps. (6)

 

Box 18

Clyde, Ohio

Clyde (12)

  1. Clyde-Street Scenes (6)
  2. Clyde-School Buildings (10)
  3. Clyde-School Personnel (3)
  4. Clyde-School Basketball Teams, 1906-07; 1926-27 (2)
  5. Clyde-School Classes, 1891-1912 (6)
  6. Clyde-School Class and Playground groups (21)
  7. Clyde-School Senior Class Photos, 1954 and 1958 (9)
  8. Clyde Veterans Band (1)
  9. Clyde-Sherwood Anderson Day, 1972 (20)
  10. Clyde-Doebel’s Greenhouse, 1977 (2)
  11. Clyde-Unidentified persons Hocke Family (32 photos) (29 tintypes)
  12. Clyde Samuel Hoyt Family (2)
  13. Clyde Train Depot (3)

 

Box 19 Oversized Images

  1. Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Rail Depot 1899 (1)
  2. Paul’s Episcopal Church altar (5)
  3. Limited Edition Prints-Historic Fremont (in folders) (4)
  4. Aerial view Fremont Business District 1948 (1)
  5. 23rd Reunion 72rd. OVVI 1893 (1)
  6. Newsprint directory-Fremont businesses (1)
  7. Poster-Memorial Hospital (1)
  8. 32nd Degree Masons-Sandusky Couty-1907 (1)
  9. Group of 33 men, 8 women-some identifies (1)
  10. Wheeling Depot-Pettiford and Thorson (1)
  11. Henkel Claus Buffing Shop Crew (2)
  12. Printed engraving-Fremont High School and Presbyterian Church (1)
  13. Fremont Basketball team-1902 (1)
  14. Army regiment (1)
  15. Group of 11 young men and 13 young women (1)
  16. Class of 1906-16 women and 15 men (1)
  17. Poster of Elisha and Sara Dawley (biographical data only; photo missing) (1)
  18. President Rutherford B. Hayes Centennial Celebration, 1922 (2)
  19. Christy Company (1)
  20. Sandusky County Pioneer Reunion, circa 1922 (1)
  21. Paramount Billboard Posters “Back Home Again in Indiana (2)
  22. Poster Displaying Official Dimensions for Softball Diamond Fast Pitch (1)
  23. Nurses Home of Mary Miller Hayes School of Nursing (Laying of Cornerstone 1927) (1)
  24. John’s Lutheran Confirmation Classes (2)
  25. Sandusky County Riverside Scene (1)
  26. Nursing Students, Harlow Lindley Director/Librarian, circa; 1924(1) circa 1924 (1)
  27. Sandusky County Band, circa 1905) (1)
  28. The DeMars Point Hunting and Fishing Club Reunion (1)
  29. Street Scene of State St. facing West (1)
  30. Street Scene of Corner of Front and State St. (1)
  31. Street Scene of Businesses on W. State St. (1)
  32. Fremont St. Joseph’s Graduating Class and Football Posters, circa 1951-1952 (4)
  33. Fremont Foss High School Graduating Class and Football Poster circa 1951-51 (4)

Photo Albums

Rebecca Dilenschneider-Hayes and Lutz Kindergarten Photo Album 1928-1947

Rebecca Dilenschneider-Hayes and Lutz Kindergarten Photo Album 1947-1969