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Past and Present of Livingston County
Volume 1. Photographs

by Major A. J. Roof. 1913

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Street Scene, looking north from the New York Store, Chillicothe

Uncle Davy Girdner

Livingston County Courthouse erected in 1840, in the public square, now Elm Park

First house erected in the county, in which was held the first session of court.  Built by Joseph Cox in 1832

Livingston County's New Courthouse, in course of construction at a cost of $100,000

Scene on south Locust Street, Chillicothe

The first train on the old Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad to reach Chillicothe in 1859


Street scene, looking north from the Henrietta Hotel, Chillicothe

A section of the Wabash track after the flood, July 1909

The Wabash track near Grand River Bridge, after the flood of July, 1909

Missouri Cottage, Industrial Home, Chillicothe

Marmaduke Cottage, Industrial Home, Chillicothe

Buildings of the Industrial School, Chillicothe

Base ball nines in Athletic Park, State Industrial Home for Girls

A class in physical culture, State Industrial Home for Girls

Central School, Chillicothe

Chillicothe Normal School


Central and High Schools, Chillicothe

Elm Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Chillicothe

Interior of Grace Episcopal Church, Chillicothe

St. Columban's Church, and the residence of the Franciscan Fathers, Chillicothe

Interior of St. Columban's Church, Chillicothe

St. Joseph's Academy, Chillicothe

The original burial place of Nelson Kneass, author of the music to "Ben Bolt," in Edgewood Cemetery, Chillicothe


Methodist Episcopal Church, Ludlow

Public School, Ludlow

Interior of Dr. Ogan's Store, Chula

Commercial Hotel, Chula

Webster Street, Chillicothe, looking west

Street scene, west side of square, Chillicothe

Interior of the Municipal Electric Light and Power Plant

Jenkins Implement Factory, Chillicothe

Tennis Court, State Industrial Home for Girls

Burlington Station, erected at a cost of $20,000

Elks' Club House, Chillicothe


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