Description: Aerial view of the town of Urbana, Ohio, in Champaign County, as it appeared in 1872. During the period, Urbana was growing in population, thanks to the completion of three railroads (visible at the top of the image) which helped link it to the rest of Ohio. At the center of the image can be seen Monument Square, located in downtown Urbana at the intersection of Scioto and Main Streets.
Established in 1805, the town became the county seat with Champaign County's creation in 1805. Town founder William Ward named Urbana after the word urbanity. View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: SA1039AV_B14F04_042_001 Subjects: Urbana (Ohio)--History; Champaign County (Ohio)--History; Aerial views Places: Urbana (Ohio); Champaign County (Ohio)
Description: Aerial view of the Ohio Penitentiary and surrounding area after the fire of 1930. The fire killed 322 inmates, some of whom were stuck in their cells, and injured another 130. It was the worst disaster in American prison history. The prison, which was built in 1834, was notorious for having horrible conditions. At the time of the fire, the prison was at over twice its capacity. The origins of the fire have been debated, with some citing prisoners and others claiming an accident. Regardless of the origin, the fire prompted officials to address the overcrowding and establish the Ohio Parole Board in 1931. View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: AL07602 Subjects: Ohio History; Fires; Ohio Penitentiary (Columbus, Ohio); Prisons--Ohio; Aerial views Places: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)
Description: Aerial view of the Ohio Stadium (also known as the "Horseshoe" or the "Shoe" because of its unique horseshoe shape) on the campus of The Ohio State University, taken on October 21, 1922. Architect Howard Dwight Smith designed the plans for Ohio Stadium, earning him an award from the American Institute of Architects. Ohio Stadium was built in 1922 and is home to the Ohio State Buckeyes football team. This photograph depicts the dedication game against the University of Michigan, when the then-66,000 seat stadium was filled with about 72,000 fans.
DEDICATION OHIO STADIUM OCT. 21 - 1922 ATTENDANCE 72.000
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COLUMBUS. OHIO. View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: AL03259 Subjects: History of the Ohio State University; Ohio State Buckeyes (Football team); Ohio State University--Sports--History; Aerial views Places: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)
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