Ohio Memory has published a new post, “A Bird’s Eye View”
In the mid-1930s, Lieutenant Clyde H. Butler of the photographic division of the Ohio National Guard took on a project for the Cleveland Plain Dealer and photographed forty-six separate institutions run by the state of Ohio. The photographs were published in the Sunday edition of the Plain Dealer for six consecutive weeks and were of identical size so that interested readers could cut them out and paste them into a scrapbook. Thanks to an enterprising reader – whose name is now lost to us – the State Library of Ohio holds in its collection one such scrapbook, now available for viewing in Ohio Memory. […]
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A Bird's Eye View
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