The great Cincinnati sketcher Caroline Williams was very fond of Little Bethlehem. There are a number of fine drawings in her collections. Worth looking up
Welcome back, in whatever form (regular posting or not) it takes.Blue Ash Mom
Reminds me of when my father, mother and I (sometimes my older brother) would take a walk together after dinner up and down the cul-de-sac where we grew up. It may not have been every evening but it seems like it was now. My father and I would walk around the back yard after dinner too - we did that often - to see how all the trees were doing.I had never thought about it from his perspective until now.Thanks.
For what it's worth: that cliff is VERY unstable and not well suited for climbing.
I never noticed that house set back on W. Clifton Cool!
I love this part of the city. That house on W. Clifton is next to the house my son lived in until this past summer while a student at UC. He has friends still living in an apartment there. Perfect distance from school and town. I was fascinated by that house next door and the way it sits. If we were in the market for a new home... Just found your blog and am your newest follower.
More information on the two houses on the stub on Republic:http://otradopt.com/property.php?id=16http://otradopt.com/property.php?id=19I am hoping to "dig" into the history of a few of the other buildings your posted.
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