Springfield Ohio History

 The following are Misc items from Springfield that do not really fit into another catergory


Printze's and French Spice Tin

Frostop Rootbeer Mug-Frostop was originally manufactured by L.S. Harvey of Springfield, in 1926.


Printz Royal Coffee, This was located on Madison Avenue


RARE original Amelia Earhart two-sided publicity appearance handbill. AMELIA EARHART, MON. OCT. 22, 8:00 P.M., World's Premiere Aviatrix, ADMISSION 50 CENTS, Appearing Personally to Tell Her Story of Aviation, "Flying For Fun", WITTENBERG FIELD HOUSE



Bounty Loan Papers-a loan certificate (Second Series at 6%) for $100.00 issued to raise money to pay the bounty for volunteers in the Union military during the Civil War. The lower part of this document has six intact coupons




Lever Wringer Company Invoice from 1872

Document from the City's Clerk's Office dated May 23,1867 that instructs City Solicitor and Engineer to examine and report whether the alley that runs East from Spring St. between Main and High to it's intersection with Section Street is a public alley under the jurisdiction of the city.




The When Department Store Fan









Feed Bag from E.J. Kitchen


Courtesy of Marc Tritle

Vintage Woeber's Jar

Fairbanks Theatre Play Bill

Menu from Hawkin's lunch 35 North Fountain Ave.