Springfield Ohio History


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Reply Viv
11:57 PM on October 9, 2014 
This site is wonderful! Hope that I can add info which might be of value to others.
Reply Wyatt Buchanan
5:01 PM on August 16, 2014 
My uncle Herb Huber was a printer for Colliers Magazine.
Reply Bridget
3:23 PM on June 11, 2014 
Thank you for posting the post cards of Snyder Park. It was such a beautiful place and deserves to be beautiful again for all to enjoy.
Reply Melinda Weeks
4:50 PM on March 23, 2014 
Kristina, Came across this site while looking for James DeMint history. I am doing some ancestry work. My grandmother was a Dement and James was a distant relative. While looking at the "Finds of Springfield" I noticed the seed bag from E.J. Kitchen. My sister is married to a Kitchen and has one of the seed bags. looking forward to viewing the rest of your site. Thanks.
Reply dokami
8:32 AM on November 9, 2013 
Anyone have information about Burks Monogram Whiskey that was brewed in Springfield? Interested in where and when this may have been bottled there as I've found some very old bottles and would like to know about their history. Many thanks!
Reply Cathy D
12:46 PM on July 5, 2013 
I just came home from a two week visit to Springfield. I was very saddened to see the decay of the cities streets. As well as the lack of upkeep in the area parks. I find it very disturbing that more people aren't concerned and aren't interested in forming a grassroots effort to get something done to start preserving these keepsakes for generations to come.
Reply rebecca
9:18 AM on June 6, 2013 
I love that you have created this site. it is very interesting to learn our citys history. you've done a great job!
Reply Kristina Kitchen
6:49 PM on January 11, 2013 
Thank you for this post! This is great!!
Reply Mark
8:34 AM on January 2, 2013 
Nice article with lots of photos about Crowell Collier @ Abandoned.
Reply jwillis00
3:52 AM on April 18, 2012 
so i was going through my parents woods a week or two ago and was getting some rocks for my flower bed when i found the front of a springfield brewery bottle! thought it was so neat!