Lebanon (Warren County, Ohio) -- Photographs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SC 5854
Scope and Contents This collection includes cabinet and matted photographs, likely depicting members of the Blair family of Warren County, Ohio. Some of the images have been identified. Also included is an image of a Lebanon, Ohio, street scene.
Dates: circa 1880-1940
Identifier: AV 300
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs documenting life in Warren County, Ohio, primarily during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Included are personal portraits, images of buildings and businesses, and group pictures of organizations. Also of note are images documenting daily operations at the Glendower Museum. The work of many photographers is represented in this collection, including many Ohio photographers.
Dates: circa 1850-1940
Identifier: AV 298
Scope and Contents This collection primarily includes family photographs from the Cunningham, Ross, and Newport families of Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio. Many of the loose photographs are professional portraits of family members at different stages in their lives. Some have been identified on the verso. Chiefly featured are Laura B. Cunningham, Ned Ross, Lucy Ross, and John B. Ross. Also included are class photos from Lebanon City Schools and National Normal University, circa 1890s. The photograph albums included...
Dates: circa 1860s-1950s
Identifier: SC 483
Scope and Contents Collection consists of photographs, postcards and pamphlets of and about Lebanon, Ohio, including the Warren County Courthouse, Glendower, Lebanon Station, Harmon Hall, and the Golden Lamb Hotel. Additionally, there is a black and white photograph of water color painting by Ralph Fanning that depicts the French House in Lebanon, Ohio.||||Credits: Artist, Ralph Fanning.
Identifier: AV 303
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs and documents concerning the McBurney family of Warren County, Ohio. The photographs include cartes de visite, card photographs of places and groups in Warren County, prints of Andrew G. McBurney, and two photograph albums. Many of the photographs are unidentified. The documents in this collection primarily concern Andrew G. McBurney. Included are family Bible records, stock certificates, a will, funeral notifications, and newspaper clippings.