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Best Friends

March 1, 2014 BEST FRIENDS since they were three years old. Caitlyn Delbrugge and Mackenzie Reeb playing dress up. Both girls will be heading to the State Cheering Competition tomorrow at the Ohio State University. more »»

St. Clairsville Prom Court 2002

February 28, 2014 SELECTED TO the Prom Court in 2002 for St. more »»

The Merriment - "Mardi Gras"

February 27, 2014 THE MERRIMENT surrounding Mardi Gras already has begun for this year’s observance planned March 4. This post card of a Mardi Gras float dates from 1950. more »»


February 26, 2014 MOTELS WERE NOT handy when some Barnesville residents visited the Niagara Falls area during the turn of the century — the 20th century, that is. more »»

A Halloween Parade

February 25, 2014 EMPLOYEES OF the Ohio Valley Mall in St. Clairsville many years ago are attending a Halloween parade throughout the mall. It looks like Santa Claus was even there. more »»

A Member

February 24, 2014 A MEMBER of one of Barnesville’s early families was Nettie Taneyhill, who lived from 1865 to 1959. Her father was attorney Richard H. more »»

Covered Bridge

February 22, 2014 THIS COVERED Bridge, built by the Zanes between Bridgeport and Wheeling Island, was completed in 1838. more »»

Hats & Bonnets

February 21, 2014 HATS, BONNETS and a Stovepipe hat, like the one worn by President Abraham Lincoln, were worn by this group of Mt. Pleasant residents including Grace Updegraff, Pansy McCleary, Mr. and Mrs. more »»

Memory Cards

February 20, 2014 MEMORY CARDS in 1930 were unlike those available in today’s funeral homes. more »»

Darrah's Pharmacy

February 19, 2014 STANDING AT the entrance to Darrah’s Pharmacy in downtown Martins Ferry during the late 1800’s is Dr. Joseph Wilson Darrah. more »»

Quaker City Homecoming

February 18, 2014 THE QUAKER City Homecoming was a predecessor to the Ohio Hills Folk Festival. The festive event has drawn crowds to Quaker City for more than a century, and this photo dates from 1936. more »»

The Old Flour Mill

February 17, 2014 THE OLD Flour Mill at Hannibal was the largest between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati when this photo was taken about 1887. more »»

And This Is Love

February 15, 2014 MR. AND Mrs. Del Gregg posed for the photographer at their home near Bethesda in the early 1900s. more »»

This Photo

February 14, 2014 THIS PHOTO by a Barnesville photographer shows Salinda (Ankrom) McCoy, who was born in 1862 during the Civil War and lived until 1930 just after the beginning of the Great Depression. more »»

Times Leader Softball Team 1988

February 13, 2014 IN 1988 these Times Leader employees made a Softball team and looks like they are taking a break or the game is over. more »»

Friends Enjoying the Snow

February 12, 2014 FRIENDS ENJOYING the Snow in the Winter of 1960... Linda Circosta Little of Shadyside, Lydia Jarrett Brown of Columbus, Sandra Steele Boyd of Shadyside and Elizabeth Johnson Stillion of Bellaire. more »»

Johnson's Boiler Friends

February 11, 2014 THE YEAR was 1961 and Johnson’s Boiler was still in Martins Ferry and would relocate to Benwood, when the new Route 7 was buil. more »»

Marchers and Rallies

February 10, 2014 MARCHES AND rallies in support of burning Ohio coal were held during the late 1970s. These supporters paraded down a street in Eastern Ohio, possibly in Steubenville. more »»

Sleding and Tubing

February 8, 2014 SLED/TUBE?RIDING the day after the Blizzard of 1993 were Bethany, Shaye and Tanner Wallace. Looks like that was a fun time and a big hill to walk back up. more »»

Street Scene in Warnock, Ohio

February 7, 2014 A STREET scene in Warnock, Ohio as it appeared in the early 1900’s. more »»



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