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Hamilton County.

Map of Hamilton County, Ohio /

Map of Hamilton County, Ohio : exhibiting th various divisions and sub divisions of land with the name of the owners & number of acres in each tract together with the roads, canals, streams, towns &c. throughout the county /

Map of rail road line between Loveland and Cincinnati; Marietta and Cincinnati Rail Road.

Information map : [Southeastern Tennessee] /

Map of Hamilton County, Indiana /

Birds eye view of the city of Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee 1871.

Map of Hamilton County, State of Texas : showing the extent of all public surveys, land grants and all other official information compiled from the records of the General Land Office at Austin... /

map from "History of Hamilton County, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches"

portrait from "History of Hamilton County, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches"

Maria Campbell from "History of Hamilton County, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches"

portrait from "History of Hamilton County, Ohio, with illustrations and biographical sketches"

Map of Hamilton County, Ohio / by Geo. Moessinger & Fred Bertsch ; compiled and executed from official records surveys and conveyances up to the date of completion.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Madisonville, Hamilton County, Ohio

Chattanooga, county seat of Hamilton County, Tennessee 1886.

[3rd Maryland Infantry, U.S.A. & Latrobe's Battery, C.S.A. monument, Chattanooga, Tennessee

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Woodlawn-Lincoln Heights - ED 31-115, ED 31-119

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Norwood - ED 31-63 - ED 31-94

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Mariemont - ED 31-16

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Bridgetown - ED 31-37, ED 31-38, ED 31-39, ED 31-40

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Indiana - Hamilton County - Noblesville - ED 29-15, ED 29-16, ED 29-17, ED 29-18

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Iowa - Hamilton County - Webster

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Mount Healthy - ED 31-97, ED 31-98, ED 31-99

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Brookfield

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio (OH) - Hamilton County - St. Bernard - ED 31-188 to 199

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio (OH) - Hamilton County - Silverton - ED 31-30 to 34

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio (OH) - Hamilton County - Lockland - ED 31-106 to 116

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio (OH) - Hamilton County - Mariemont - ED 31-36 to 42

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Lockland - ED 31-43, ED 31-44, ED 31-45, ED 31-46

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Tennessee - Hamilton County - Soddy - ED 33-16, ED 33-17, ED 33-19

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Tennessee - Hamilton County - Lupton City - ED 33-25

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Indiana (IN) - Hamilton County - Noblesville - ED 29-20 to 27

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Iowa (IA) - Hamilton County - Ellsworth - ED 40-24

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio (OH) - Hamilton County - Norwood - ED 31-125 to 174

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Blue Ash - ED 31-139, ED 31-140

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Elmwood Place - ED 31-51, ED 31-52, ED 31-53

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio (OH) - Hamilton County - Reading - ED 31-175 to 187

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio (OH) - Hamilton County - Elmwood Place - ED 31-66 to 72

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio (OH) - Hamilton County - Cheviot - ED 31-73 to 89

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Cheviot - ED 31-27 - ED 31-35

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Rossmoyne - ED 31-139, ED 31-140

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - St. Bernard - ED 31-55, ED 31-56, ED 31-57, ED 31-58, ED 31-59, ED 31-60, ED 31-61, ED 31-62

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio (OH) - Hamilton County - Deer Park - ED 31-259 to 267

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Deer Park - ED 31-121, ED 31-122, ED 31-123

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Tennessee - Hamilton County - Red Bank-White Oak - ED 33-24, ED 33-26, ED 33-27, ED 33-28

1950 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio (OH) - Hamilton County - North College Hill - ED 31-218 to 229

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Ohio - Hamilton County - Wyoming - ED 31-104, ED 31-105, ED 31-106, ED 31-107

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Ellsworth, Hamilton County, Iowa

Bridges. Highway bridge near Soddy, Tennessee, where, in cooperation with work relief agencies and the governing body of the county, TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) developed an arm of Chickamauga Lake for recreational uses

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. Two views of visitors' reception room which overlooks Chickamauga Lake from a slight platform at one end, and contains reception desk and entrance to elevator and stairs. Map in mural form over reception desk is used by guard in explaining location and significance of project. Switchyard can be seen through glazed doors of vestibule; on opposite side, entire wall underneath the dedication test (1936-Built for the People of the United States of America-1940) consists of glass and opens view of generator hall to visitors

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. Hall off reception room which gives access to a good view of the tailrace through a window, thus making it possible for visitors to observe all essential parts of the project (generator hall, switchyard, reservoir, tailrace) from either the reception room or the hall. It also gives access to the elevator, the main stair, toilets, and to a promenade roof deck over the lower electrical bay of the powerhouse (foor at end). The decreasing height of the ceiling was necessitated by structural considerations ad was exploited for effect. Floor is terrazzo; walls, glazed structural tile; ceiling, plaster

Recreational structures. Big Ridge Lake. Diving tower, beach and bath house may be seen in the background. This forty-five acre body of water has proved an attractive recreation spot for thousands of visitors since it was first opened to the public in May 1934. Encircled by the 3,500 acres of wooded hills in Big Ridge Park, the resort is provided with a boathouse, bath house, a public lodge, nineteen modern vacation cabins and a beach with a specially constructed pool for children. Located on the eastern boundary of Norris reservoir about twenty-five miles northeast of Knoxville, Tennessee, the lake was formed by constuction of a small dam across one of the arms of the reservoir. This recreation area and the 3,800 acre Noris Park near Norris Dam were developed by the National Park Service and the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) in cooperation with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). This is one of many comparable parks on TVA reservoirs, most of which are in use and greatly enjoyed by tourists as well as residents of the surrounding area who previously had few, if any, outdoor opportunites for ourtdoor sport and recreation. The completion of other recreational parks has been prevented by the war

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. General view of spillway with powerhouse in background. On account of flooding hazard entire powerhouse built of concrete. Main generator hall in high portion, electical controls and offices in downstream bay; projecting wing houses visitors' facilities and air conditioning. Roof of downstream bay developed as overlook terrace

Bridges. Vehicular and pedestrian bridge across the diversion channel of North Chickamauga Creek. Continuous steel girder construction with concrete piers and abutments, top of girder placed at a level to form an outside curb on top of sidewalk. Chickamauga overlook building in right background

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. Land side entrance to Chickamauga Powerhouse. Visitors and employees enter from the parking space which corresponds to the top level of the generating plant. Once inside, the almost continuous glass wall between the reception room and the generating hall gives the magnificent view of generators deep below. Signs in front are temporary, prohibiting access for the duration of the war. Note gantry cranes at right which operate spillway gates and are also used for the transfer of heavy equipment parts from rail, barge, or truck to the powerhouse

Recreational structures. Another view of concession building near Chickamauga Dam (compare with K 2411). Grading and planting unfinished. Boat harbors are built by TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) on well-sheltered lake arms close to centers of population. Concession buildings serve as supply headquarters and also accommodate large numbers of visitors who come to watch fun

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. View of Chickamauga spillway floodlighted at night from visitors' overlook terrace at powerhouse

Visitors' buildings. The visitors' reception building at the north end of Chickamauga Dam performs the same functions as described for the one at Pickwick. Its overlook terrace is partly covered by a canopy roof and projects toward the chamber of the navigation lock for a more favorable view of the locking operation, which is of great interest to visitors. The guard cubicle which appears on the left of the terrace is temporary for the duration

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. Hall off reception room which gives access to a good view of the tailrace through a window, thus making it possible for visitors to observe all essential parts of the project (generator hall, switchyard, reservoir, tailrace) from either the reception room or the hall. It also gives access to the elevator, the main stair, toilets, and to a promenade roof deck over the lower electrical bay of the powerhouse (foor at end). The decreasing height of the ceiling was necessitated by structural considerations ad was exploited for effect. Floor is terrazzo; walls, glazed structural tile; ceiling, plaster

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. General view of spillway with powerhouse in background. On account of flooding hazard entire powerhouse built of concrete. Main generator hall in high portion, electical controls and offices in downstream bay; projecting wing houses visitors' facilities and air conditioning. Roof of downstream bay developed as overlook terrace

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. View of generator hall, looking towards reception room end. Upper row of three large windows is overlook for reception room. Three windows beneath are those of control room (compare with K 2313). Balcony for communication and view in front of control room windows. Roof is carried by rigid steel arches which spring from crane rail level; steel purlins, exposed precast concrete slab. Windows of hall are glass brick for insulation. Translucent plastic discs suspended from standard highboy lighting units conceal view or direct reflection of filaments and reflect spill light onto ceiling, thus generally brightening the space. Floor is ceramic tile; walls, glazed structural tile up to crame rail, exposed concrete above

Recreational structures. Another view of concession building near Chickamauga Dam (compare with K 2411). Grading and planting unfinished. Boat harbors are built by TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) on well-sheltered lake arms close to centers of population. Concession buildings serve as supply headquarters and also accommodate large numbers of visitors who come to watch fun

Recreational structures. Concession building with rest rooms and tea terrace overlooking Chickamauga Lake and Dam. Structure consists of weatherproof plywood in natural color butted and calked at joints, with low concrete base painted red

Recreational structures. Concession building with rest rooms and tea terrace overlooking Chickamauga Lake and Dam. Structure consists of weatherproof plywood in natural color butted and calked at joints, with low concrete base painted red

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. View of Chickamauga spillway floodlighted at night from visitors' overlook terrace at powerhouse

Recreational structures. Another structure at Chickamauga boat harbor (compare description of K 2411). Window mullions painted dark red; door and exposed soffit, bright yellow; sash and ceiling, white. This building houses motor and accessory storage racks, repair shop, and the harbormaster's suite

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. Two views of visitors' reception room which overlooks Chickamauga Lake from a slight platform at one end, and contains reception desk and entrance to elevator and stairs. Map in mural form over reception desk is used by guard in explaining location and significance of project. Switchyard can be seen through glazed doors of vestibule; on opposite side, entire wall underneath the dedication test (1936-Built for the People of the United States of America-1940) consists of glass and opens view of generator hall to visitors

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. Main control room and partial view of balcony in front of it (compare with end wall in K 2304). Large glass panels permit observation by visitors and view of plant by control room operators. Ceiling of control room is assymmetric barrel vault with acoustic tile surface; all light is indirect from reflectors above low soffit along front of room. In more recent installations, control equipment is gray instead of black to reduce eye fatigue by lessening contrast

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. Main control room and partial view of balcony in front of it (compare with end wall in K 2304). Large glass panels permit observation by visitors and view of plant by control room operators. Ceiling of control room is assymmetric barrel vault with acoustic tile surface; all light is indirect from reflectors above low soffit along front of room. In more recent installations, control equipment is gray instead of black to reduce eye fatigue by lessening contrast

Visitors' buildings. Another view of the Chickamauga visitors' building described under K 2402. The upper structure, mainly of steel with interchangeable window and door panels. The guard station, refreshment concession, and informative displays are within the glass enclosure. The lock control building appears to the left, the upstream side of the dam and the powerhouse in the distance

Chickamauga Dam and powerhouse. View of generator hall, looking towards reception room end. Upper row of three large windows is overlook for reception room. Three windows beneath are those of control room (compare with K 2313). Balcony for communication and view in front of control room windows. Roof is carried by rigid steel arches which spring from crane rail level; steel purlins, exposed precast concrete slab. Windows of hall are glass brick for insulation. Translucent plastic discs suspended from standard highboy lighting units conceal view or direct reflection of filaments and reflect spill light onto ceiling, thus generally brightening the space. Floor is ceramic tile; walls, glazed structural tile up to crame rail, exposed concrete above

Chickamauga Dam, Tennessee. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)

Typical squalid homes, Hamilton County, Ohio

Tenement kitchen, Hamilton Co., Ohio

Three-family toilet, Hamilton County, Ohio

Typical wood frame house, Hamilton County, Ohio

Tent squatter, common scenes along the Ohio River, Hamilton County, Ohio

Open sewer back of a garage, Hamilton County, Ohio

Mackenzie unit on Beech Street of Mariemont Housing Community, outside Cincinnati, Ohio

"Blight house," Hamilton County, Ohio

Bed and sitting room, Hamilton County, Ohio

View of some of the houses in one of the suburbs in Cincinnati, Ohio

Typical wooden structure, Hamilton County, Ohio

Community commercial center which includes Mariemont Hotel of the Mariemont Housing Community outside Cincinnati, Ohio

Ohio photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Ohio photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Ohio photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Ohio photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Ohio photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Ohio photographs - Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph.

Kitchen for two families, Hamilton Co., Ohio

Kitchen, bedroom, sitting room, et al., Hamilton County, Ohio

Washington Terrace, Model House Company. Hamilton County, Ohio

House on Laconia Street in a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio

Privy along front street, Hamilton County Ohio

Cheap brick houses. Hamilton County, Ohio

Lincoln Terrace of Model Homes Company. Hamilton County, Ohio

View showing disintegration of concrete stairs at the Model Housing Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio

Structures housing poor whites and blacks, Hamilton County, Ohio

House along Martin Street, Hamilton County, Ohio