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Erected by James H. Freshour of Co. I. 81st Regt. O.V.V.I. to the memory of the Union soldiers of Greenfield and vicinity of the War of the Rebellion 1861-1865
Side A The factory of the C. R. Patterson & Sons Company once stood near here at 138 N. Washington Street. Established in the mid-nineteenth century by the black businessman Charles Richard (C. R.) Patterson and his white partner, J. P. Lowe, the …
Side A The Good Hope Cemetery is the final resting place for veterans of many of America's wars, including David Jones. Jones earned the Medal of Honor as a member of Company I of the 54th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the Union Army. During…
Lest We Forget in sacred memory of those who served in defense of their country
This memorial dedicated toall that served:WWII · KoreaVietnam · Desert Storm World War II1941 - 1945[Roll of Honored Dead] Korean War1950 - 1953[Roll of Honored Dead] Vietnam1965 - 1973[Roll of Honored Dead] Dedicated Aug…
Circa 1899"Daniels Cigars" Circa 1939Heidingsfeld Clothes StoreHarper Hotel Circa 1948W. E. Seilkop Corner Rexall"Grand Opening"
1796Duncan McArthur leads surveyingparty to Greenfield.Washington elected president 1799McArthur lays out town ofGreenfield. First roadto town completed. 1801First inn and firstJustice of Peace.Ferry built for crossingPaint Creek. 1802Fir…
A focal point of community pride for generations, McClain High School was the gift of textile manufacturer Edward Lee McClain to his hometown, "as promising the greatest good to the greatest number for the longest time." Designed by nationally pro…
Our Honored[Roll of Honored Dead]
B&O Depot circa 1854-1985DTI Depot circa 1870-1973