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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Columbus, Ohio

 
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Location of Columbus, Ohio
    Franklin County (389)
    Delaware County (76)
    Fairfield County (68)
    Licking County (75)
    Madison County (24)
    Pickaway County (32)
    Union County (60)
 
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1Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — “In This Churchyard…”
(side A) In this churchyard stood the first church of the community The First Presbyterian Church built and presented to the congregation in 1811 by Lucas Sullivant Here in this plot of ground, which he gave to the . . . — Map (db m88307) HM
2Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — “These Are My Jewels”
General Ulysses S. Grant • General Philip Sheridan • Edwin M. Stanton • James A. Garfield • Rutherford B. Hayes • Salmon P. Chase • General William T. Sherman — Map (db m9895) HM
3Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Dispatch Newspaper Depot1944
In 1944, Tip-Top Bakery, part of a chain, replaced several houses at this corner. The building later served as a Columbus Dispatch newspaper distribution depot, marked with a German-language sign that served as a reminder of the area's . . . — Map (db m141805) HM
4Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 2260 Confederate Soldiers
2260 Confederate Soldiers of the war 1861-1865 Buried in the enclosure — Map (db m166373) WM
5Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 118- 25 — A Brief History of Eastmoor / Eastmoor Polo Field
A Brief History of Eastmoor In 1798, Articles of Confederation Congress provided land to British Canadians who lost property because of loyalty to American revolutionaries during the American War of Independence (1775-1783). This land was . . . — Map (db m94626) HM
6Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 117- 25 — A. B. Graham and the 4-H Movement / Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center
A.B. Graham and the 4-H Movement In 1902, Albert Belmont Graham (1868-1960), a school teacher and superintendent, established the Boys and Girls Agricultural Experiment Club in Springfield, Ohio. Graham believed in learning by doing, a . . . — Map (db m94110) HM
7Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — A-7D "Corsair II"
Manufactured by LTV Aerospace Corp. Specifications: Span: 38ft 8in Length: 46ft 1in Height: 16ft 1in Weight: 39,325lbs max Armament: One Vulcan multi-barrel M61A1 20mm rapid fire cannon Carried an arrangement of ordinance: Air-to-air . . . — Map (db m13762) HM
8Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — AQHHMP#13 — All American Quarter Horse Congress
In November 1967, the Ohio Quarter Horse Association hosted a three-day American Quarter Horse show at the Ohio State fairgrounds that drew more than 5,000 people. They could not have known that this horse show would grow to become the largest . . . — Map (db m2047) HM
9Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Alum Creek & The Underground Railroad / The Underground Railroad — Historic Underground Railroad Site —
Alum Creek & The Underground Railroad The fifty-eight miles of Alum Creek run north to south originating in Morrow County and continues through Delaware County into Franklin County, where it empties into the Big Walnut Creek, draining into . . . — Map (db m103301) HM
10Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — America’s Pioneer Kindergarten
Miss Caroline Louise Frankenberg (1806- 1882) brought the kindergarten concept from Germany to Columbus in 1836. She returned to Germany for further study, then established the school at the S.E. corner of Rich and Pearl Alley in 1858. The . . . — Map (db m94247) HM
11Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 105-25 — American Federation of Labor / United Mine Workers of America
American Federation of Labor Since 1881 One this site, December 10, 1886, the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Union merged with the trade unionists of the Knights of Labor to create the American Federation of Labor. Delegates elected . . . — Map (db m12968) HM
12Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 76-25 — Asians in the American Civil War
Side A: Despite exclusionary laws preventing U.S. citizenship, Asians served in the Union and Confederate armies and navies during the American Civil War (1861-1865). Many of these soldiers were denied citizenship following their services . . . — Map (db m26933) HM
13Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Battleship U.S.S. Ohio
This cast-bronze eagle once adorned the Battleship U.S.S. Ohio Restoration has been made possible through donations by five Columbus Women’s Service Clubs Altrusa Club • Quota Club Pilot Club • Zonta Club Soroptimist . . . — Map (db m88248) HM
14Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Beechwold PillarsRiverview Park
the old Beechwold Historic District has been placed on the National Register of historic places by the United States Department of the Interior 1987 — Map (db m81987) HM
15Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Bill Moose
The Treaty of Greeneville temporarily ended the Indian Wars and opened the west to white settlers. Kihue (aka Bill Moose), a Native American and member of the Wyandotte tribe, was born in Ohio in 1837. By 1846 all but twelve Wyandotte families . . . — Map (db m116830) HM
16Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 32-25 — Birthplace of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
On the evening of September 29, 1899, thirteen recently returned veterans of the Spanish-American War met in a tailor shop that once stood on this site. These men, all veterans of the Columbus-based 17th Infantry Regiment that had fought in Cuba, . . . — Map (db m94562) HM
17Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Brick Protest and Taking Action1984
1984 Brick Protest German Village's brick streets are an unquestionable part of its distinctive historic character, and in a special way they document a long history of civic activism that continues to this day. When the city failed to . . . — Map (db m141766) HM
18Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Bricks with Names
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, extra-hard paving bricks (often called "blocks") were the material of choice for street surfaces. Larger than standard bricks, they were durable and often had incised patterns or raised areas to provide . . . — Map (db m141771) HM
19Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Broad Street BridgeThe Historic National Road in Ohio
The Broad Street bridge is a significant part of the history of Columbus and the National Road. Until 1816, the only ways to cross the Scioto River were to ford the river during low water or to use the ferry. From 1816 to 1834 a series of wooden . . . — Map (db m96392) HM
20Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Browning Amphitheatre / The Outdoor Performance Center"All The World's A Stage"
Browning Amphitheatre Dedicated June 11, 1926 for the encouragement of drama, dance and music. Seating restored October 12 1985. Browning Dramatic Society Originally organized 1882 as The Young Ladies’ Literary Society. Founded 1908 as . . . — Map (db m16950) HM
21Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Bryden Road Historic District
Bryden Road is named after James Bryden, a city councilman and county commissioner who owned 135 acres here in the 1840's. By 1900 Bryden Road was known for its stately homes, canopy of elms, and the electrically lit metal arch at its west entrance. . . . — Map (db m17182) HM
22Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 27-25 — Camp Chase
(Side A): Camp Chase was a Civil War camp established in May 1861, on land leased by the U.S. Government. Four miles west of Columbus, the main entrance was on the National Road. Boundaries of the camp were present-day Broad Street (north), . . . — Map (db m12078) HM
23Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Camp ChaseA Civil War Post
Side A: Near this site on May 27 and 28, 1861 Camp Chase, a Civil War post, was established as a training center for recruits pouring into Columbus in answer to President Abraham Lincoln's call for volunteers. The property was located . . . — Map (db m16940) HM
24Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Camp ChaseThe Historic National Road in Ohio
Camp Chase was named in honor of Salmon P. Chase, former governor of Ohio and Secretary of the Treasury in President Abraham Lincoln’s Cabinet. In July 1861, a small prison was erected at Camp Chase to handle the influx of political prisoners . . . — Map (db m135244) HM
25Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery
Panel 1 Camp Chase Prison When President Abraham Lincoln called for volunteers to suppress the southern rebellion in April 1861, thousands of men rushed to Camp Jackson in Columbus, Ohio. Authorities established Camp Chase after . . . — Map (db m94551) HM
26Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 109-25 — Campbell Memorial Park / The Adena Culture
Campbell Memorial Park. James E. Campbell was governor of the State of Ohio from 1890-1892. From 1913-1924, he served as president of the Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society, which later became the Ohio Historical Society. His daughter . . . — Map (db m36726) HM
27Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 81-25 — Captain Eddie Rickenbacker
[Marker Front]: America's World War I "Ace of Aces," Edward Vernon Rickenbacker was born in Columbus in 1890 to Swiss immigrant parents, leaving school at age 12 to help support his family. Working for several Columbus automobile companies . . . — Map (db m12510) HM
28Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 101-25 — Carrie Nelson Black(1859–1936) — Founder, The Breathing Association, 1906 —
In 1906. Carrie Nelson Black founded the Columbus Society for the Prevention and Control of Tuberculosis. now The Breathing Association. A woman ahead of her time, she volunteered as President and Chief Executive for thirty years, using her keen . . . — Map (db m82134) HM
29Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Celebration of LifeThe Arthur Boke and Sarah Sullivant Statue Project
Arthur Boke Jr was the first African-American resident of Franklinton, Ohio. His story tells far more than the color of his skin. It is a story of love, selflessness, compassion, and understanding expressed by Sarah Sullivant. Her example reaches . . . — Map (db m35302) HM
30Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Central High SchoolThe Historic National Road in Ohio
On the west bank of the Scioto River stands the former Central High School, now the core building of the Center of Science and Industry (COSI). The Plan of the City of Columbus, released in 1908, was developed to create a vision for the city in line . . . — Map (db m96393) HM
31Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Central Presbyterian Church
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m80011) HM
32Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Charity NewsiesFounded at this location in 1907
Inside Billy Leachman's Chophouse on a cold day in December, George Baker, Harry Shunk and C.C. Philbrick (publisher of THE OHIO SUN) worried about how the needy children of the area would keep warm during the winter. Inspired by . . . — Map (db m35458) HM
33Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Circa 1864Historic German Village
In the 1860s, the Eckart family constructed this Italianate style home. Michael Eckart worked as a carptenter and cabinet maker in Columbus. This home stayed in the family until the 1950s. — Map (db m142048) HM
34Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Circa 1870Historic German Village
Lorenzo and Barbara Aumiller built the original structure after purchasing this lot in 1858 from C. F. Jaeger. In 1890, the building was purchased by noted Columbus brewer Nicholas Schlee who bequeathed the home to his daughter, Amalie A. . . . — Map (db m141916) HM
35Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Circa 1870Historic German Village
In 1868, Christian Frederick Jaeger sold this lot to Heinrich Guenther. A year later, Christian Kastner, a Bavarian immigrant and butcher, purchsed the land. Kastner would be the first of four butchers to eventually own this vernacular Italiante. In . . . — Map (db m142049) HM
36Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Circa 1872Historic German Village
This post and beam building was first constructed for use as a livery stable. The Waldschmidt family owned it from 1888 to the late 1940s. The building was also used for ice storage. With the advent of the auto, it became a service garage. These . . . — Map (db m141917) HM
37Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Circa 1872Historic German Village
This Italianate style home was first owned by John Frederick Brand, a harness manufacturer. It later served as a home to several tradespeople including a tinner, a pressman, a carpenter and a shoemaker. — Map (db m141926) HM
38Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Circa 1875Historic German Village
This home was first occupied by stonemasons Adam and William Brust. It housed boarders through the 1920s including a gardener, a tailor, a shoemaker and a carpenter. It is best known as the home of the Busy Bee Confectionary from 1955 through the . . . — Map (db m142050) HM
39Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Circa Mid 1888Historic German Village
The first occupant of record was Gustav Poentsch, a carpet weaver. From the early 1900s until the late 1930s, it was the home of the Assman family. Paul Assman worked as a buggy painter and as a school janitor. His wife Louise and daughters Dorothy . . . — Map (db m141920) HM
40Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Clinton Theater / Memory Lane
Clinton Theater On New Year’s Day, 1927 the Clinton movie theater opened, showing Frank Capra’s comedy The Strong Man. This theater was built as part of the James theater group. It was designed by architect Henry Holbrook in the . . . — Map (db m108020) HM
41Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Clinton Township High School / East North Broadway Historic District — A New Marker, Also a Replacement —
Clinton Township High School The first school in Clinton Township was opened in 1809. That school was located on the west side of the Olentangy River and children had to wade across to attend. The 1872 map of the township shows a school . . . — Map (db m108022) HM
42Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Clintonville / Clinton Township
Clintonville This community located in Section 2 of Clinton Township, was settled in 1813 by Thomas Bull. The land was formerly owned by John Rathbone for whom Rathbone Road is named. Its early growth was due largely to a number of . . . — Map (db m92853) HM
43Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 84- 25 — Coach Woody HayesOhio State Football Legend — “the Coach” —
Over his 28-year coaching career, Woody Hayes (1913-1987) cemented The Ohio State University's tradition of football excellence while amassing one of the most impressive records in college football. Wayne Woodrow Hayes grew up in Newcomerstown . . . — Map (db m94097) HM
44Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Coach Woody Hayes1913- 1987
“You can never pay back, but you can pay forward” Wayne Woodrow “Woody” Hayes was a buckeye from birth. born in Clifton, Ohio, he spent his entire life giving back to the state he loved. Woody earned a bachelor’s . . . — Map (db m94098) HM
45Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Columbia Building
This Property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places — Map (db m103362) HM
46Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Columbus City Hall1872
Construction of old City Hall on this site was begun in 1869 and completed in 1872 at a cost of $175,000. The 140-foot high building of Gothic design contained dark cream Amherst stone and was one of the prominent landmarks of its day. First floor . . . — Map (db m80009) HM
47Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 120-25 — Columbus Civic Center Historic District
The historic district extends from the former Main Street Bridge to Long Street and encompasses the public buildings on either side of the Scioto River. The 580 foot long low-head concrete arch Main Street Dam was constructed in 1918 in response to . . . — Map (db m107780) HM
48Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Columbus Feeder Canal / The Ohio- Erie Canal
(side A) Columbus Feeder Canal Col. Nathaniel McLean removed the first earth for the Columbus Feeder Canal not far from this site, April 27, 1827. The earth was wheeled away by Ralph Osborn and Henry Brown, auditor and . . . — Map (db m88254) HM
49Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Columbus' First Professional GameApril 25, 1876
Columbus' first professional game was played on the Base Ball Grounds, located between the old Union Depot train station and High Street, on April 25, 1876. The Columbus Buckeyes defeated the famous Milfords 11-0. The Buckeyes and the International . . . — Map (db m30026) HM
50Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 97-25 — Columbus Main Library / Judge Noah Swayne Home
Columbus Main Library The first tax supported free public library in Columbus was formed in 1873 and housed in City Hall. In 1901, City Librarian John Pugh petitioned Andrew Carnegie for funding and was granted $200,000. In 1903, the Swayne . . . — Map (db m12927) HM
51Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Columbus Monument
Christopher Columbus, an Italian navigator, launched four voyages of discovery to the new world. 1492. The spirit of discovery has the power to change the course of human history as demonstrated by the voyages of Christopher Columbus, . . . — Map (db m9846) HM
52Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Confederate Cannonball
Confederate Cannonball fired at the Battle of Vicksburg, MS. Feb. 3, 1863 — Map (db m166374) HM WM
53Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Council Site Between William Henry Harrison and Indians
Near this spot, June 21, 1813 was held a council between General William Henry Harrison and the Indians comprising Wyandots, Delawares, Shawnees and Senecas with Tarhe the Crane as spokesman resulting in permanent peace with the Indians of Ohio. — Map (db m59300) HM
54Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 13-25 — Deaf School Park
This ten acre site was purchased in 1829 for the Ohio School for the Education of the Deaf. The first school building opened here in 1834; the school was enlarged in 1845. In 1868 the original school was replaced. Another school building was added . . . — Map (db m12934) HM
55Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Discovery Park
Is the first park developed specifically to honor Ohio's public educators. It was created by members and friends of the State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio as part of the system's 80th anniversary celebration. Included in the park are the names . . . — Map (db m14491) HM
56Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Dominion Land Company Mound An Early Woodlands Period Structure/Sunwall and Moonwall Murals
Dominion Land Company Mound An Early Woodlands Period Structure In the early 1800s, Prosper Wetmore wrote about his childhood memories of native mounds in the ravine area of Northwestern Clinton Township. At that time, he recalled two . . . — Map (db m108853) HM
57Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Donn Vickers Gazebo in Thurber Park
Donn Vickers served as the executive director of the Thurber House from 1985 through 2001. As executive director, Donn was responsible for many accomplishments including the development of Thurber Park and the construction of this gazebo. In . . . — Map (db m14499) HM
58Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — East North Broadway Historic DistrictAn Historic Neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio
East North Broadway Historic District North Broadway was platted by the Loren and Dennison Company in 1890. East North Broadway originally extended from High Street to the Big Four Railroad (Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus and St. Louis RR, later . . . — Map (db m81973) HM
59Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — EastmoorThe Historic National Road in Ohio
Eastmoor, one of nine (9) Columbus neighborhoods on the National Road, was built on part of the land established by Congress in 1798 as the “Refugee Lands” and given to British Canadians who supported the American colonists during the . . . — Map (db m135243) HM
60Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Elijah Pierce
Elijah Pierce (1892-1984) was an internationally recognized woodcarver/folk artist. Mr. Pierce began carving wood as a young boy on the Baldwyn, Mississippi, farm where he was born in 1892. In the early 1920s, he carved a small elephant for his wife . . . — Map (db m16966) HM
61Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Engine House 11The Historic National Road in Ohio
At the turn of the 20th century, three Columbus fire stations were on the National Road, including Station 11 which was built here at 1000 East Main. Construction began in August 1896 and was completed in February 1897 at a cost of $12,863. The cost . . . — Map (db m97465) HM
62Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — F-100D "Super Sabre"
Manufactured by North American Aviation Specifications: Span: 38ft 10in Length: 54ft 2in Height: 16ft 2in Weight: 38,048lbs max Armament: Four M-39 20mm cannons Seven hard points to carry ordinance: 42x 2.75in rockets 7,500lbs of . . . — Map (db m13764) HM
63Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — F-84F "Thunderstreak"
Manufactured by Republic Aircraft Corp Specifications: Span: 33ft 7in Length: 43ft 5in Height: 15ft 0in Weight: 27,000lbs max Armament: Six .50 caliber machine-guns Carried an arrangement of ordinance: 32x 5in rockets 6,000lbs of . . . — Map (db m13763) HM
64Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Father Rocco Petrarca
The Italian Community gratefully remembers Father Rocco Petrarca Pastor of St. John the Baptist Church from 1913 to 1948 “Flos Memoriae Lapide Perennior” — Map (db m14489) HM
65Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 51-25 — First Modern Streamflow Measurement in Ohio
Streams are both a principal economic resource and a natural hazard in Ohio. Accurate and systematic streamflow records are crucial in protecting lives and property and ensuring an adequate water supply. At this site in 1892 and 1893, engineering . . . — Map (db m12763) HM
66Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Flint Veterans GardenOld Flint or Gardner Cemetery
This garden is dedicated to all veterans, with deep respect and appreciation for their courage, patriotism, and sacrifice. Dedicated on Veterans Day, November 11, 2008 — Map (db m92447) WM
67Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Flytown
Flytown was democracy’s melting pot for the city of Columbus. But even more important it became known as a port-of-entry for the immigrant settlers of Central Ohio. New arrivals found friends and relatives who guided them through the initial . . . — Map (db m42202) HM
68Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Forest Lawn Veterans Memorial
Dedicated November 11, 2006 to the men and women of Franklin County Ohio that served our country bravely and honorably so our freedoms endure. The sacrifices of few ensured the freedom of many. A grateful community remembers those who served in . . . — Map (db m13487) WM
69Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 3 — Former Federal Court Building and Post OfficeDiscover Downtown Walking Tour A
When it was completed in 1887, this building was the first federal district courthouse and post office specifically built for those purposes in the city. A magnificent example of the Romanesque Revival style, the building was more than doubled in . . . — Map (db m35457) HM
70Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Former Site of St. Mary's School and Convent
For over a century, this site was part of St. Mary Catholic Church, established to serve the many German families moving into the area in the 1860s. A primary mission of St. Mary's parish has been the education of its children. The first . . . — Map (db m141818) HM
71Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 15-25 — Formerly Maryland Park
Maryland Park was opened in 1921. It served as the site of the annual Emancipation Day Celebration until 1933. The first Columbus public pool was constructed here in 1929 as the Center of Eastside Social and Recreation Activities. It was home to . . . — Map (db m17470) HM
72Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Frank Fetch1959
Frank Fetch was a dedicated city employee who recognized that the "near south side" of Columbus could be more than the neglected area it had become. In 1959, he made that dream a reality when he renovated 767 Wall St., on the outskirts of what . . . — Map (db m141790) HM
73Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Frank Fetch Park1985
This award-winning park is owned by the City of Columbus and is maintained in partnership with volunteers from the German Village Garten Club. Frank Fetch, president of the German Village Society from 1960 to 1970 and from 1975 to 1978, promoted . . . — Map (db m141796) HM
74Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Franklin County Civil War Memorial
In recognition and in loving memory of the men who on land and sea upheld the honor and integrity of our country and flag in the War of the Rebellion this monument is erected. 1861-1865 —————— . . . — Map (db m23487) HM
75Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Franklin County Soldiers of the Mexican War
Honoring the Memory of Franklin County Soldiers of the Mexican War 1846 - 1848 On this day, October 2, 1954, this tablet is placed in memory of those soldiers from Franklin County, Ohio who served their country with great courage and . . . — Map (db m13106) HM
76Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Franklinton
Founded by Lucas Sullivant in 1797; the first settlement in the Scioto Valley north of Chillicothe and in Franklin County. County Seat 1803-24 Annexed to Columbus 1870 [Attached to the building is a National Society of the United States . . . — Map (db m13060) HM
77Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Franklinton
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78Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — FranklintonJacob Overdier Harrison House — Sullivant Land Office —
Jacob Overdier Harrison House 570 West Broad Street built circa 1807 General William Henry Harrison's troops stayed in this House during the War of 1812. Sullivant Land Office Behind . . . — Map (db m93686) HM
79Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Fred Holdridge and Howard Burns
On this spot, Fred Holdridge and Howard Burns opened Hausfrau Haven in German Village and their hearts to German Villagers. Their energy enveloped those around them and created a movement steeped in civic pride, a sense of community, and a love . . . — Map (db m141755) HM
80Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Freedom Brutus
. . . — Map (db m60934) HM
81Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 82-25 — General Curtis E. LeMay
[Marker Front]: A primary architect of American air power, Curtis Emerson LeMay was born in Columbus in 1906, attended public schools, and graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in civil engineering. He received his flight . . . — Map (db m12774) HM
82Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 33-25 — General John Hunt Morgan, CSA / Morgan's Escape
Side A: General John Hunt Morgan, CSAOn this site once stood the Ohio Penitentiary, which was built in 1834 and operated through 1984. Incarcerated here in July 1863 was Confederate General John Hunt Morgan, a cavalry commander known as . . . — Map (db m12966) HM
83Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 75-25 — George Bellows / Roy Lichtenstein
George Bellows George Bellows (1882-1925) is widely recognized as one of America's premier artists. His vivid portrayals of modern urban life have become indelible icons of American art. Born and reared in Columbus, he retained close ties here . . . — Map (db m14485) HM
84Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Gold Star Mothers
This tree planted May 11, 1929 in honor of the Gold Star Mothers Southway Unit No. 144 American Legion Auxiliary In memory of their sons John L. Fischer Clemment J. Simon Walter I. Clark John Brehl Who died in France 1918 . . . — Map (db m13107) HM
85Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Grace's Garden
In the spirit of a handful of pioneers, Grace Highfield was an important part of the development of this Historic District. Grace loved German Village. Grace's openness to new ideas and to people of all ages was an inspiration. Her leadership and . . . — Map (db m141851) HM
86Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 41-25 — Green Lawn Cemetery
Landscape architect Howard Daniels designed the original portion of Green Lawn Cemetery in 1848. Noted Columbus architect Frank Packard designed Green Lawn's Chapel mausoleum, the Hayden family mausoleum, and the Packard mausoleum. Spanning over . . . — Map (db m12431) HM
87Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 110- 25 — Hanford VillageAlthough the highway divides us, our memories are never lost
Hanford Village was founded in the early 1900s just east of Columbus proper with its own mayor, police force, fire department, businesses, and park. After World War II, a subdivision of Hanford became a segregated community for returning African . . . — Map (db m94618) HM
88Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 11-25 — Hannah Neil Mission And Home For The FriendlessFounded 1858
Founded by Hannah (Mrs. William) Neil, the Mission, located at this site for 109 years, helped children and families with difficulties as they journeyed westward on the Old National Trail. The second oldest Columbus charity, the Mission, now known . . . — Map (db m17413) HM
89Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Harold M. Cooper
From clubhouse manager to general manager From Franklin County Commissioner to International League President.... Harold's leadership and dedication to the game of baseball uniquely qualifies him as “The Patriarch of Columbus . . . — Map (db m30038) HM
90Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — C — Headquarters of General William H. HarrisonOhio Revolutionary Memorial Trail
. . . — Map (db m93669) HM
91Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Here Stood Lincoln1809 -1865
At the invitation of the citizens of Columbus, Ohio, Abraham Lincoln delivered a memorable address here on the sixteenth day of September, eighteen hundred fifty nine. This commemorative marker was erected on the 75th anniversary of that event . . . — Map (db m36901) HM
92Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Home Site of Henry Howe — Historian1816 — 1893
He preserved for posterity the story of the brave men and women who founded this great state. He traveled Ohio in 1846 and again in 1886 and twice published his Howe’s Historical Collections of Ohio — Map (db m98741) HM
93Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Hurryville1961
Also known as "Hurry's Corner," this cluster of renovated homes at the intersection of East Beck Street and South Grant Avenue was named for Bob Hurry, a Texas geophysicist who arrived in German Village in 1961. Seeing its potential, he bought a . . . — Map (db m141800) HM
94Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — IntersectStephen Canneto, Sculptor
On January 2, 1866, Pelatiah Webster Huntington opened his bank at the heart of the Columbus community - the intersection of Broad and High Streets. Since that date, the Huntington National Bank has been committed to serving the people of central . . . — Map (db m35462) HM
95Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 70- 25 — Iskcon Krishna House
Side A In 1968, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) established the first practicing Vedic Temple in the state of Ohio. This building represents the beginning of a now growing population of Vaisnavas, worshipers of . . . — Map (db m94096) HM
96Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — James A. Rhodes
He served as Governor for 16 years—longer than any other state governor in the history of the Union. Governor of the State of Ohio, 1975–1983, 1963–1971 • Auditor of the State of Ohio, 1953–1963 • Major of the City of . . . — Map (db m88644) HM
97Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — James J. Thomas Park
Named by resolution of City Council adopted May 24 – 1943 – in recognition of 12 years of active service as mayor in promoting the beautification of the reservoir lands. — Map (db m13049) HM
98Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 78-25 — James Thurber
One of the outstanding American humorists of the twentieth century, James Thurber was born and educated in Columbus. He launched his writing career as a reporter for The Columbus Dispatch in 1920. In 1927 he began writing for The New . . . — Map (db m14498) HM
99Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 69-25 — Jesse Owens
[Marker Front]: James Cleveland Owens was born in Alabama in 1913 and moved with his family to Cleveland at age nine. An elementary school teacher recorded his name "Jesse" when he said "J.C." It became the name he used for the rest of his . . . — Map (db m12799) HM
100Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — 63- 25 — Johann Christian Heyl
Side A Johann Christian Heyl (1788-1877), the first German and first Lutheran to settle in Columbus, was one of the original 15 settlers of the city. A baker by trade, Heyl came to bake for the soldiers quartered in Franklinton during the . . . — Map (db m94617) HM

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