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Art Work of Columbus

I’m not a native of Columbus. In fact, I’m not a native Ohioan, either. I was born in California and only moved …

Hidden Mothers, Revealed!

We all know that the history of photography has included some fascinating developments and ingenious solutions to common problems. Ohio Memory, among …

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 Father of Commercial Photography

This Sunday, November 18th, is the birthday of Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre, the eponymous inventor of the daguerreotype method of antique photography. Born just …

Joe Munroe on Ohio Memory

One of the many impressive archives that the Ohio Historical Society holds is that of photographer Joe Munroe, and Ohio Memory has …