: This drawing shows the village of Wellington, Ohio, in Lorain County in the early 1900s. The Wellington Town Hall is prominently displayed, and has a variety of architectural styles. Built in 1885, the building combines Greek, Byzantine, and Spanish revival elements. A long, low row of buildings line the road next to the Town Hall. A small horse-drawn wagon appears near the center of the image. The illustration originally appeared in Henry Howe's "Historical Collections of Ohio," 1907. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL04310 Subjects
: Villages; Lorain County (Ohio); Architecture--Ohio; Cities and towns--Ohio; City halls--Ohio Places
: Wellington (Ohio); Lorain County (Ohio)