Browse Items (109 total)

  • Collection: Photo Collection

Court House and Methodist Episcopal Church

P-30B ct.hse-mechurch.jpg
Winter view looking east from an elevation near the intersection of West Market Street and North Main Street. Photo shows frost covered trees in the park, the tall steeple of the Methodist Episcopal (Central Methodist) Church and, across East Market…

Court House, Mansfield, O

P-32A ct hse burholder photo.jpg
A photo of the Courthouse from a slight elevation--probably the second story of the May Building or another nearby building.

Court House, Mansfield, Ohio

P-37A domelessarch.jpg
Photo taken from Central Park looking south east across Park Avenue East to the courthouse. To the far right, the roof of the jail peeks up over the trees while to the left, a streetlight arch stretches across Park Avenue. The courthouse is lacking…

Dr. Mary Jordan Finley (1896)

Dr. Mary Jordan Finley was born November 26, 1849, in Pennslyvania to Agustus Finley and Amanda Jane Irwin/Erwin. She practiced medicine in Mansfield, Ohio between 1881 and 1900 after graduating from the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania. She…


Emmett Baxter

Emmett Baxter.jpg
In 1882 John and Emmett Baxter arrived in Mansfield to check out available land to relocate their father's factory. The Baxter Stove works would be located on Bloom Street, today East Fifth, past the tracks once the street was extended. Emmett…

Entrance to Cemetery, Mansfield, O.

P-22 entrance cemetery 106.jpg
An image of the imposing, majestic entrance of Mansfield Cemetery.


F. S. Crowner Livery

The F. S. Crowner Livery was located in Butler, Ohio between Main and Union Streets close to the B & O Railroad Station.

First Street School - Mansfield

Library Document Station_7.jpg
Image from Art Work of Richland And Crawford Counties, published by The W. H. Parish Publishing Co. (1894) of the First Street School located at 103-7 West First Street.

First United Methodist Church

First United Methodist Church, dedicated on July 3, 1870, cost $33,000 to build. The structure was brick with a spire stretching 170 feet into the sky. The structure was 108 feet in length and 50 feet in width. Much of the finishing and plastering…

First United Methodist Church and Court House

Image from 1908 showing the First United Methodist Church on corner of North Diamond and Park Ave East and the "old" court house on the adjacent corner.