|J. A. Smith Grocery Store, 1912
Western Reserve and Anniston
|Dry Creek Road from the Bridge
Dedicated in September, 1916
Crescent Springs Consolidate
|Crescent Springs Depot, January, 1913
(a Kentuckiana Virtual Library image)
|Crescent Springs depot|
|Picking up passengers at
the Crescent Springs depot
|Queen & Crescent Bridge
|Railroad workers at lunch
in Crescent Springs, 1919
| Baseball, in Crescent Springs
6-19-1909, To Nellie Gans, Anderson, Indiana
This picture was taken back of the School House,
we used to play there when we went to School.
Will send some more pictures later on soon as they
are finished. Ida M. Hanauer
|Crescent Springs Baseball Team
Thanks! to Frank Harmon for this image.
police had to escort Umpire H. H. Koester from the city baseball
diamond at Fifteenth and Eastern avenue, Sunday afternoon, following
a game between the Gold Medal Oils and Crescent Springs, which the
Oils won 8-5 under protest. The followers of Crescent Springs were
infuriated over several decisions made by Koester during the game
and they were waiting for him outside the field after the game. The
police came to his rescue, however, and escorted him from the
Early steam locomotives were named.
This is the Crescent Springs, Cincinnati Southern engine #1.
It was later involved in a head-on crash in Erlanger, on November 28, 1886.
|There's a history of Crescent Springs at this site.||The Rev. Paul Ryan's History of
Joseph's in Crescent Springs is here.
|Folks in "houses occupied by poor
too honest people" on Buttermilk road
beset by the White Caps, here.
|Don't miss a great selection of older
Crescent Springs pics on the Kenton
Co GenWeb site, here.
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