Meigs County Photos
Written on the photograph:
"Mill St. looking W. after water was down
Middleport, O. Flood 3-30-13"
Middleport flood photo looking north on Main Street.
Middleport Flood destruction March 1912
Flooded 2nd St, Middleport, Meigs County, Ohio, 1913
Flooded Mill St Middleport, Ohio, Meigs County Ohio
Sign in foreground reads "Welcome to Historic Downtown Pomeroy" with the flooded Ohio River in the background. A gazebo is visible in the photo.
1884 Flood at Courthouse
Written on the back of the postcard:
"Taken from our hill
M.B. Church in front.
M.E. Church in the distance."
Photo of the intersection of East Main Street and Lynn Street during the flood of 2004. People gathered at the Peoples bank drive to observe the river…
Photo of the intersection of Cherry Street and East Main Street during the flood of 2004. According to NOAA, the river crested at 52.2 feet on…
Photo of Main Street during the 2004 Flood shows waters over Main Street and completely covering the entrance and front parking lot of Rite Aid.…
Photo looking North on Main Street. Grace Episcopal Church can be seen, Pomeroy School that has since been demolished, and the First Baptist Church of…
Photo of the 2004 flood taken from Farmers Bank parking lot . Farmers drive-thru ramp, the intersection of Main Street and Butternut Avenue, and…
Photo of the 2004 flood taken from the Farmers Bank parking lot showing the upper parking lot and Main Street completely covered by the flood waters.…
Photo of the Gazebo in the upper parking lot during the 2004 flood. According to NOAA, the river crested at 52.2 feet on September 19, 2004.
Photo of the flood of 2004, likely taken from Butternut Avenue, depicts flood waters completely covering Main Street. The drive-thru ramp of Farmers…
Adam's Mill overlooks the Shade River. The Keno Covered Bridge, destroyed in 1923, is in the rear of the photo.
Last passenger train pulling into Pomeroy, Ohio December 31st, 1949.
The final days of a street car in Racine, Ohio.
Here we see the attendant and the conductor posing with their trolley the last day it is run.
The local basketball team of Letart. The Letart Hillbillies of 1958.
A photo taken from the old Letart Falls Elementary which became the community building.
A photo of some individuals being outside in 1907.
Minstrel at Letart Falls Elementary with several children standing to be the center of the show.
The Community Hall which served those local to Letart Falls, Ohio.
A side view of the Long Bottom School.
The Ferry boat Lydia Cross which moved travelers between Racine, Ohio and Graham Station, West Virginia.
The showboat Majestic sits along the bank in Middleport, Ohio.
The building housing the Meigs County Bookmobile off of Route 7.
The infirmary in Meigs offering care and working together.
The Meigs Courthouse before additions were incorporated into it's design.
The front of the Meigs Theatre serving Meigs County patrons.
A photo taken from the court house steps, troops are returning home from what is most likely World War 1.
Torn down in the 1950's, the Tuppers Plains School was across from what was once the Olive-Orange High School
The Methodist Church located in Letart Falls.
Mill Street in Middleport Ohio with a focus on Lewis an Coe Clothing.
An elevated view of Middleport in 1913 during the flood.
A photograph of the bank note from Citizen's Bank in Middleport, Ohio.
The Middleport Fife and Drum Corp stands together for a photo.
The brave crew of Middleport Fire Department posing for a photo.
A photo of Middleport. Pictured are the fire department and the livery stable.
Two cars outside the Middleport Fire Department.
A photo businesses and buggies around the Middleport T.
A group photo taken in front of the Middleport Woolen Mill.
A picture of the mill in Antiquity, Ohio.
A photo of Minersville and railcards in the early 20th century.
A photo of the Munn Brothers Store in Syracuse, Ohio. Pictured with 3 people and a bike!
The New York Clothing House stands on the corner in Pomeroy, Ohio.
An older view of Chester, Ohio
Front St. of Harrisonville.
An elevated view of Middleport and the rail car in the early 1900s.
The great flood in Portland, Ohio in 1884.
The church and school of Racine, Ohio stand tall next to teach other.
An elevated view of Racine, Ohio.
A photo of Rutland during Independence day in 1890.
The fire of 1884 destroyed 43 buildings in Pomeroy, Ohio.
An elevated view of the railways in Pomeroy, Ohio.
Portland, Ohio town band in 1890 stands together for a picture.
A photo taken of the owner and head professor of the Tuppers Plains Seminary.
A picture of North Main St in Racine, Ohio. Taken around 1900
A group removing river ice from the railroad tracks after a flood.
A group of Racine Post Office employees in front of the building around 1914
Emmit Jewett on his Harley Davidson delivering mail.
A photo of a railcar and conductor in Pomeroy, Ohio.
The Katie Stockdale docked at Reedsville, Ohio in 1889.
Clip of the Democrat Newspaper from Thursday, July 13, 1933. Several news stories are included.
Several people gather in and around the John Stone General Blacksmithing & Horse shoeing business in Rutland, Ohio in 1908.
A picture of Adaline McBride, Dorothy Pearl, George William, and Charles R. Hysell in Pomeroy, Ohio around 1917.
A picture of some residents in front of the Hostottle/Hostetter House in Tuppers Plains, Ohio. It is said that General Morgan rested in the back…
Reynold's Feed Store in Middleport, Ohio experiencing a crowd.
A group of men transporting what appears to be a pig/hog unto a ramp.
Picture of Main Street in Pomeroy during a flood. The building in the upper right is the Hocking Valley Railroad Station.
A photo of thick ice from the river in the foreground of the Pomeroy-Mason bridge.
Picture of some residents enjoying a picnic. Appears to be the Catholic Church in Pomeroy in the distance.
A riverboat seen on the Ohio river.
Portrait of Herschel H. Badgley, born August 7, 1899 in Letart Falls, Ohio and Died October 9th, 1994. He was a Private 1st Class, HQ Company, 10th…
A Rockslide that occurred near the old Pomeroy Bridge.
A group works on the Pomeroy Railroad tracks.
Picture of the wreckage of the Henry M. Stanley in Gallipolis, Ohio on September 3, 1907.
A Covered bridge runs over the Shade River with a mill pictured at the side.
A photo taken across the street from the Meigs County Jail.
Picture of Harry Hayman (1910-1996) and Waid Hayman (1911-2005) of Letart Falls, Ohio.
A photo from the river of Stark's drug store in downtown Pomeroy, Ohio.
A picture of Halley's Comet as it passes over Pomeroy in 1910.
Steamboats at rest during the flood of 1884.
Picture of Guy Guinther and Joe Bob Hemsley in baseball uniforms.
A meeting of great minds at the Badgley Farm in East Letart ca. 1946-1947. Pictured are William Sherman McBride, Charles R. Hysell, Pearl Peteris…
Sternwheeler on the Ohio River around 1900.
A photo taken in front of the Hotel in Racine. Also pictured is the streetcar that ran to Middleport from Racine.
Group picture of the Grand Croakers.
Picture of the sternwheeler Gordon C. Green on the Ohio River.
Inside of the Streetcar that ran from Middleport to Racine.
Pciture of the Goessler Jewelers building that later became the Green Lantern bar on Main Street in Pomeroy.
Business as usual at Summerfields in Chester, Ohio
Picture of Peter Gloeckner Saloon in 1913 and Sonny's (Gloeckner) Tavern in 2013, both located at 110 East Main Street. Same building over a century…
The baseball team of Syracuse Ohio. Lead by coach Bob Louks
Aerial view of Syracuse Ohio including Cash Grocery
Main Street in Pomeroy, Ohio. Hartwell Mining Co., Ellis Clothing, Schlaegel's, and Grand Dilcher Hotel are businesses that can be seen.
A group of Syracuse Cooks standing together for a photo.
To the left there were railroad tracks that ran from Middleport to Racine. Most likely for the Interurban.
Picture of the upper parking lot during the 2000 flood.
The Syracuse Ladies posing together for a photo.
The Syracuse Women's Group standing together for a photograph.
A view from the side of The Tell City.
Some climb to the top of the boat due to the Tell City wreck.
Late 1890s to early 1900s picture of the Farmers & Builder's Store in Racine, Ohio. Roberts & Cross names are painted on the building.
Picture of the elm tree in Racine, Ohio.
2 men stand in the entrance of the Electric Theatre in Pomeroy, Ohio. The Theatre is advertising the movie "The Railroad Raiders" which was made in…
Group photo of parishioners of the Eden Church. Unknown year. Some names are written on the picture, most are illegible.
Picture of Ebersbach Mobilegas Station and Auto Supplies in Pomeroy, Ohio. Picture was taken in the late 1920s or early 1930s. It later became…
Scenic view of a cold winter's day in Dyesville, Ohio in the late 1890s or early 1900s.
Picture of the Dutchtown School in Minersville, Ohio in the 1890s / 1900s.
Picture of the Downie Riverboat passing by Main Street in Pomeroy. The boat reads "Downie for Lime & Cement"
Picture of the train wreck that destroyed the staion house in Dexter, Ohio in the early 1900s. J.F. Bowles building can be seen.
Picture of Dexter, Ohio in the late 1890s early 1900s. Two trains are are on the tracks. The train depot and J.F. Bowles Department store as well as…
Portrait of Dana Day French. Born June 6th, 1887 in Harrisonville, Ohio. Died May 1st, 1942.
Picture shows Locks and Dam #24 under construction in Racine, Ohio in 1915.
Picture of Crow's Restaurant after renovations. Unknown year.
Picture of the Crow's Family Restaurant/ Kentucky Fried Chicken Building on East Main Street in Pomeroy, Ohio.
Picture of the Cross's and Racine Banking Co. buildings in Racine, Ohio in the early 1900s.
Construction team poses for a picture during the erection of the Cross's Store in Racine, Ohio.
Picture of the Meigs County Courthouse from the intersection of Main and Court Streets.
Picture of the statue at the Meigs County Courthouse.
The Meigs County Courthouse, Pomeroy, Ohio. Picture is prior to the wings being added to the courthouse in 1877.
The Tell City exploring the river!
Opened in 1902, The Hobson Roundhouse and Repair Facility stood in Middleport, Ohio.
The Joe cook built in 1930 in Nashville, TN, plied the Ohio, Kanawha, and Elk Rivers until 1952. In 1948 a boiler exploded killing 3 men.
Workers and patrons at Middleport Flour Mill.
Unknown class photo with teacher Cora Balser.
The Whitehouse Tavern of Pomeroy Ohio. A popular destination.
The Interurban ran from 1900 to 1929. It operated between Middleport and Racine
Picture of City Hall in Middleport, Ohio.
Scan of an old postcard. The roof appears to have the word "church" in it. The sign above the door appears to read "Town Hall". Unknown church/…
Photo of Charter Oak Coal Works/ Peacock Coal Company of Pomeroy, Ohio looking east towards Syracuse, Ohio.
Photos of Charter Oak Coal Works/ Peacock Coal Company from opposing views. The top photo is looking west towards Pomeroy, Ohio on what is today State…
Photo of the Casey brothers.
Photo of the sternwheel towboat built at Antiquity, Ohio in 1897. According to the Dave Thomson Gallery, the boat and crew were possibly working on…
Portrait of Charles Henry Strohmeyer. According to the information provided, Mr. Strohmeyer was born in Syracuse, Ohio on April 5th, 1886. He passed…
Portrait of Brewster Higley.
Photo of "Boone" Weaver at Weaver Skiff Works in Racine, Ohio in 1959. Accord to the photo the picture was created from a photo at…
Picture of the sidewheeler Bonanza at Pomeroy river front.
Boat builders pose for a picture in Antiquity, Ohio in the 1880s or 1890s.
Picture of the Blue and Gray Restaurant on Main Street in Pomeroy. The Court House can be seen in the distance.