Which do you remember?
We’ve found some great old photographs and post cards from Akron’s Early years.
Enjoy our collection of buildings, bridges, and locations! Share this with your elder family members.
Akron’s Celebration of the Soap Box Derby sometime in the 1960s. Wow what a parade!
1912. Established in 1989 on the south side of Perkins Square, Perkins school was a ‘normal training’ school – educating teachers like a college today.
Main Street in Akron, 1909- Complete with Electric Train Cars.. Amazing!
Perkins Squiare Playground, very Early 20th Century
Main Street, Clinton Ohio. First Decade 20th Century
North Hill/ Main Street ViaDuct, Early 20th Century
Grace Elementary School circa 1911 in West Akron. This school was located at 5 points, and demolished in 2002 after its closure in 1977.
Not Harvard Street, but Howard Street, this was the main thoroughfare in the 1800s before Main Street was built over an abandoned canal. Location faces North.
An Unnamed Grade School in Cuyahoga Falls, captured in this 1912 postcard. Do you know what this school was called?
East Market Gardens Dance Hall, 1920s. Looks Fun for the Roaring 20s in Akron’s Heyday!!
The Fair Oaks Villa Sanitarium in Cuyahoga Falls, Early 20th Century – for those with “mental and nervous disorders’
1906 – Hudson Park. Be Well Grandma, Be Well.
Still a working Medical Building but hidden by a new face in downtown Akron, This people’s hospital image is circa 1914.
1920 Image Showcasing the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company.
Children’s Hospital, in the 40s
Akron Ohio, 1878
Bridges Spanning the Gorge between Akron and Cuyahoga Falls – This is the High Level Bridge. Located Near Front Street, North of Cuyahoga Falls Avenue
Front Street, Cuyahoga Falls, No Date.
Front Street Cuyahoga Falls, Complete with Track Cars… Looking North, early 20th Century
1908, a View of the Northern Ohio Railway Bridge over the Canal. Beautiful
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