: Caption reads: "Well managed farm in Butler County." The photograph depicts a field of wheat in the foreground with a barn nestled in the background. Butler County was established by the State of Ohio on March 24, 1803. The county was named in honor of Richard Butler, who was killed in St. Clair’s Defeat in 1791. Originally a part of Hamilton County, Butler County is located in Ohio's southwestern corner and borders Indiana on its western border. The county is generally rural, although urban areas cover twelve percent of Butler County's 467 square miles. The county’s largest city is Hamilton, the county seat, followed by the next two largest cities Middletown and Fairfield. View on Ohio Memory.
: SA1039AV_B02F03_004 Subjects
: Barns--Ohio; Wheat--Growth; Agriculture--Ohio--Butler County. Places
: Butler County (Ohio)