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ID#0505 Date: 1976. This image shows the city council being sworn into office, January 1976. From left to right: Dewey Ganzel, John Baumann, David Sonner, Kinser Habecker (chairman) Geraldine Donaldson, Don McIlroy, Dick Lothrop. Participants: Carol and Dewey Ganzel.

ID#0505 Date: 1976. This image shows the city council being sworn into office, January 1976. From left to right: Dewey Ganzel, John Baumann, David Sonner, Kinser Habecker (chairman) Geraldine Donaldson, Don McIlroy, Dick Lothrop. Participants: Carol and Dewey Ganzel.

ID#0146 Date: 1956. This image shows a group of employees who received awards for their years of service as city employees in 1956.  Front row, left to right: John Fisher, Ire Venske, Jack Oldfield, Norm Schmidt,  Alvin Scott. Standing, left to right: Jack Harley, Clint Hanmer, Jim Mann, Rudy Poszgai, Chuck Bailey, Ev Coates, Bob McKinley, Kenneth Bohrer, Bob Cline. Participant: Charles Bailey. Additional Sources: Interview of Chuck Bailey, 01/23/01.

ID#0146 Date: 1956. This image shows a group of employees who received awards for their years of service as city employees in 1956. Front row, left to right: John Fisher, Ire Venske, Jack Oldfield, Norm Schmidt, Alvin Scott. Standing, left to right: Jack Harley, Clint Hanmer, Jim Mann, Rudy Poszgai, Chuck Bailey, Ev Coates, Bob McKinley, Kenneth Bohrer, Bob Cline. Participant: Charles Bailey. Additional Sources: Interview of Chuck Bailey, 01/23/01.

ID#0033 Date: 1950s. This image shows the interior of Martin Inn at #29 and 31 East College Street. From 1873 to 1877 Union Telegraph School was in this building. It was then a residence until 1903. The building was remodeled from 1903 to 1904 for use as a hotel. It opened in 1904 as The Martinique Hotel with N.A. Martin as the proprietor.  Participant: Ryan Martin. Additiional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: Fred Maddock files; City Directories.

ID#0033 Date: 1950s. This image shows the interior of Martin Inn at #29 and 31 East College Street. From 1873 to 1877 Union Telegraph School was in this building. It was then a residence until 1903. The building was remodeled from 1903 to 1904 for use as a hotel. It opened in 1904 as The Martinique Hotel with N.A. Martin as the proprietor. Participant: Ryan Martin. Additiional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: Fred Maddock files; City Directories.

ID#0124 Date: 1950s. This photo shows the original Oberlin Inn building at the corner of North Main and East College street. Its first floor housed a number of businesses: Hanson's Pastries and Candies can be seen on the corner of North Main. The entrance to the inn was at the first awning on East College. A Western Union Telegraph office can be identified just beyond it. Participant: John P. Gorske. Additional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: Fred Maddock files.

ID#0124 Date: 1950s. This photo shows the original Oberlin Inn building at the corner of North Main and East College street. Its first floor housed a number of businesses: Hanson's Pastries and Candies can be seen on the corner of North Main. The entrance to the inn was at the first awning on East College. A Western Union Telegraph office can be identified just beyond it. Participant: John P. Gorske. Additional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: Fred Maddock files.

ID#0036 Date: 1950s. Date: 1950s. This image shows the interior of Martin Inn at #29 and 31 East College Street. The building was remodeled from 1903 to 1904 for use as a hotel, extending it out to the sidewalk. It opened in 1904 and had various names until its demolition. Participant: Ryan Martin. Additional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: Fred Maddock files; City Directories.

ID#0036 Date: 1950s. Date: 1950s. This image shows the interior of Martin Inn at #29 and 31 East College Street. The building was remodeled from 1903 to 1904 for use as a hotel, extending it out to the sidewalk. It opened in 1904 and had various names until its demolition. Participant: Ryan Martin. Additional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: Fred Maddock files; City Directories.

ID#0143 Date: Unknown. This image shows the 'George Pay Hose Company No. 1' in front of the fire wagon paid for by councilman and business owner George S. Pay. They are posed in front of Town Hall. Built in 1870, this was Oberlin's first Town Hall. It was sold to Oberlin College in 1916 and demolished in 1919. Participant: Charles Bailey. Additional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: City Directories. The Rotary Club of Oberlin, Pictorial Memories of Oberlin, 1976 and 1989.

ID#0143 Date: Unknown. This image shows the 'George Pay Hose Company No. 1' in front of the fire wagon paid for by councilman and business owner George S. Pay. They are posed in front of Town Hall. Built in 1870, this was Oberlin's first Town Hall. It was sold to Oberlin College in 1916 and demolished in 1919. Participant: Charles Bailey. Additional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: City Directories. The Rotary Club of Oberlin, Pictorial Memories of Oberlin, 1976 and 1989.

ID#0137 Date: Unknown. This image shows the entire fire fighting crew in uniform with a horse-drawn fire wagon in front of Town Hall. Participant: Chief Dennis. Additional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: City Directories. The Rotary Club of Oberlin, Pictorial Memories of Oberlin, 1976 and 1989.

ID#0137 Date: Unknown. This image shows the entire fire fighting crew in uniform with a horse-drawn fire wagon in front of Town Hall. Participant: Chief Dennis. Additional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: City Directories. The Rotary Club of Oberlin, Pictorial Memories of Oberlin, 1976 and 1989.

ID#:0054 Date:late 1950s. Bike shop at Watson's Hardware with Jim and Barbara Molyneaux and an employee. The bike shop was behind Watson's Hardware. Participant:Barbara Molyneaux. Additional Sources:O.H.I.O. Resource Center: Fred Maddock files., Historic Preservation Commission, Survey 1998, City Directories;Internet correspondence from Jim Molyneaux, 01/16/01. Interview with Jim and Barbara Molyneaux, 6/00. Interview with Glenn Molyneaux, 6/00; Interview with Pat Stetson, 01/01.

ID#:0054 Date:late 1950s. Bike shop at Watson's Hardware with Jim and Barbara Molyneaux and an employee. The bike shop was behind Watson's Hardware. Participant:Barbara Molyneaux. Additional Sources:O.H.I.O. Resource Center: Fred Maddock files., Historic Preservation Commission, Survey 1998, City Directories;Internet correspondence from Jim Molyneaux, 01/16/01. Interview with Jim and Barbara Molyneaux, 6/00. Interview with Glenn Molyneaux, 6/00; Interview with Pat Stetson, 01/01.

ID#:0066 Date:1983. Photograph of the 1983 sale of Watson's Hardware by Glenn "Jim" Molyneaux, Jr. and his wife Barbara to Warren Carter of Hudson, Ohio. Participant:Barbara Molyneaux. Additional Sources: O.H.I.O. Resource Center: Fred Maddock files., Historic Preservation Commission, Survey 1998, City Directories;Internet correspondence from Jim Molyneaux, 01/16/01. Interview with Jim and Barbara Molyneaux, 6/00. Interview with Glenn Molyneaux, 6/00; Interview with Pat Stetson, 01/01

ID#:0066 Date:1983. Photograph of the 1983 sale of Watson's Hardware by Glenn "Jim" Molyneaux, Jr. and his wife Barbara to Warren Carter of Hudson, Ohio. Participant:Barbara Molyneaux. Additional Sources: O.H.I.O. Resource Center: Fred Maddock files., Historic Preservation Commission, Survey 1998, City Directories;Internet correspondence from Jim Molyneaux, 01/16/01. Interview with Jim and Barbara Molyneaux, 6/00. Interview with Glenn Molyneaux, 6/00; Interview with Pat Stetson, 01/01

ID#0136 Date: Unknown. This image shows firemen on a horse-drawn fire wagon in front of the old North Main Street. The horses were carefully trained to take their places in front of the wagon as soon as the fire bell rang and their stable doors opened. Participant: Chief Dennis. Additional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: City Directories. The Rotary Club of Oberlin, Pictorial Memories of Oberlin, 1976 and 1989.

ID#0136 Date: Unknown. This image shows firemen on a horse-drawn fire wagon in front of the old North Main Street. The horses were carefully trained to take their places in front of the wagon as soon as the fire bell rang and their stable doors opened. Participant: Chief Dennis. Additional Sources: Oberlin Heritage Center: City Directories. The Rotary Club of Oberlin, Pictorial Memories of Oberlin, 1976 and 1989.

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