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History & Genealogy Photos of Hamilton, Ohio
in Butler County, Ohio

Also see old Hamilton schools ~ Click on photos below to enlarge
The majority of the postcards pictured below belonged to Myrtle Mae McCormick Boyd (1890-1980), who grew up in Hamilton on McGlynn Street. Mrs. Boyd was the grandmother of Paul Boyd, contributor of many of these pictures.
* Charles McCORMICK (center with hat) hanging out with the guys in Hamilton, about 1915.

HAMILTON: March 25, 1913 - The 1913 Flood
The 1913 Flood along the Miami River was especially widespread. More pictures - more facts
with watershed map

1913 Hamilton
Hamilton: 1913 flood
1913 Central Ave
Central Ave, Hamilton: 1913
West End Pier,
Great Bridge - Hamilton
South Hamilton Crossing, 1913
So. Ham. Crossing of C.H. & D.R.R: 1913
Charlie McCormick: Results of the flood
North 3rd Street
Peru Indiana
Meanwhile, in Peru IN - 1913 flood
Various Views of Hamilton, Ohio
Infirmary, view 2
Hamilton Post Office
New Post Office
Lane Library
Lane Library
Mercy Hospital
Mercy Hospital
Hamilton at night
High Street, Hamilton, OH
Fairfield Twp School
Fairfield Twp School
Powder Magazine
Powder Magazine,
Old Ft. Hamilton
View of Indiana,
Paul Boyd
Kokomo Indiana
Kokomo, IN
Boy Scouts Troop 6 of the Lindenwald Methodist Church
Hamilton, OH around 1920.
Boy Scouts
Scouts' picture and names contributed by
Barb Hershner, Aug 2001

The members of the Boy Scout troop were - left to right from bottom:
Charles Henrie
(committee member) , Ferd Bray (scoutmaster), James Walker, John Ivans, Leslie Reed, Calvin Hershner, Stanley Mc Gillard, Emery Snyder (committee member) , R.B. Hershner, Mark Pierson, Murray White, Clyde Croswell, Wally Lotz, John Minnis, Robert Zilliox, Neil Hershner, Bob Kalberer, Clifford Ramsey, Henry Edward, Eugene Snively, Chick Henrie, Bill Walker, Charles Lee, Benton White, Elmer Newkirk, Howard Bruning, Frank Carson, Harry Junkins, Paul Newkirk, Paul Ivans
Thank all of you who contributed
your pictures, name identifications, and time!

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