Ohio Image Sites
There are several other digital collections throughout the state of Ohio housed by libraries, universities and institutions that provide more images of Ohio's past. Feel free to get in touch with the Photohio.org webmaster if you have another site that you would like added to this list.
Please note that the collections listed below are not maintained by Photohio.org. To get additional information on each collection, please visit its homepage and look for an "About" or "Contact Us" link.
Collected holdings include the Cleveland Press Collection, a newspaper archive of 500,000 photographs, spanning decades of local history and events, and the Cleveland Union Terminal Collection, including hundreds of photographs chronicling the construction of the Terminal Tower project in the 1920s.
This collection includes: Photographs of Charles W. Chesnutt and his family, The Earliest Cleveland Branch Libraries, and the Cleveland Public Library Archives.
The Columbus in Photographs database contains pictures from the Columbus Circulating Visuals Collection in the Genealogy, History, and Travel Division at Main Library. The images depict the history of Columbus in a variety of ways.
The Digital Shoebox is a gateway to primary source materials relating to the rich history and culture of southeastern Ohio-the "start of it all." Contains thousands of historical photographs, full-text images of books and memorabilia.
Various documents and images relating to the Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Area.
Greater Cincinnati area Pre-1940 photos, postcards, and slides of area landmarks, events and people.
The Archives/Library of the Ohio Historical Society collects, preserves, and makes available to the public written and graphic information concerning Ohio's history. As the State Archives of Ohio, it is the designated repository for state government records of enduring historical value.
The Ohio State University Archives identifies, preserves, and makes available the documentation of continuing and historical value in documenting the University. In addition, the University Archives Building houses the Byrd Polar Research Center Archival Program and the John Glenn Archives.
Contains collections from several university libraries within the state of Ohio. Collections include: the Sanborn fire insurance maps for Ohio, E. W. Scripps Papers and the Wright Brothers Collection.
A virtual museum focused on the twentieth century history of Toledo and Northwest Ohio.
Worthington Memory includes digital images of historic artifacts, documents and photographs, a searchable online index to local 19th and 20th century newspapers, a cemeteries database, a timeline of Worthington history, a collection of oral histories, and photographic documentation of Worthington's bicentennial year (2003).