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Portsmouth, architecture in an Ohio river town

Sergio Sanabria

Portsmouth, architecture in an Ohio river town

by Sergio Sanabria

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Published by Miami University Art Museum in Oxford, Ohio .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Portsmouth (Ohio),
  • Ohio,
  • Portsmouth
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture -- Ohio -- Portsmouth -- Exhibitions.,
    • Buildings -- Ohio -- Portsmouth -- Exhibitions.,
    • Portsmouth (Ohio) -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Exhibitions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementintroduction and catalogue by Sergio Sanabria ; photographs by Shin-ichi Kumanomido ; drawings by participants in the Historic Architecture Documentation Seminar, fall, 1981 ; [edited by Edna Carter Southard].
      ContributionsKumanomido, Shin-ichi., Southard, Edna Carter, 1945-, Miami University (Oxford, Ohio). Art Museum., Miami University (Oxford, Ohio). Architecture Dept., Historic Architecture Documentation Seminar (1981 : Portsmouth, Ohio)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA735.P64 S26 1982
      The Physical Object
      Pagination66 p. :
      Number of Pages66
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3514751M
      ISBN 100940784017
      LC Control Number82082114
      OCLC/WorldCa11754442

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        T he apartment was on the first floor of a house on Center Street, a sleepy, brick-paved block in Portsmouth, Ohio—the once-booming industrial town on the southern edge of the state Along the banks of Ohio River. There was no prominent sign to indicate that it was a doctor’s office, and there were no other businesses on the street. It was a plain, two-story building with a gray shingle. Portsmouth Genealogy (in Scioto County, OH) USA (1,,) > Ohio (49,) > Scioto County () > Portsmouth (). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages.

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The town borders West Virginia and is nestled along the banks of both the Muskingum and Ohio River. It's also known for its Victorian-style houses, European ambience, brick.

Low-lying flooding occurs along the southern border of Scioto County, as well as in South Portsmouth. Routes 73 and are closed near the Ohio River. Much of Portsmouth itself is protected by flood walls. Lowland flooding affects southern Scioto County.

In an undated letter sent to me in June,Portsmouth attorney Michael Mearan informed me that, in my blog River Vices, “you make numerous false statements referring to me as ‘Shyster Lawyer.’”Later in the letter, he stated, “I have limited my practice to representation of the ‘little guy.’Author: Robert Forrey.

It is an old river town, along the Ohio River, that had its beginning in the late s. Here is a town in situ (buildings not moved) that has remained viable for the folks that live in the area. There is a movement to upgrade sympathetically -- keeping the structure in line with its original design.

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Officials there weren't interested, so the plan was to display the. Jonathan Winters- “History of Ohio” Linda Donaldson- “The Wheelersburg Tornado of ” Sharon Bender- city directory; Susie Gowdy- yearbook and alumni book; April.

Clayton Glenn- “Portsmouth: Architecture of an Ohio River Town” Marcy English- 4 boxes of Allman Family ephemera. Inthe Ohio River crested more than 20 feet above flood stage. The flood l resident's homeless, and 60% of their town destroyed. Today, Portsmouth is on the rebound protecting their identity, and saving their historical structures.

The great murals, completed in October of with 2, feet of art among the Ohio River. Portsmouth's roots began in the s when the small town of Alexandria was founded just west of where Portsmouth is today. [3] Alexandria was flooded numerous times by the Ohio River and the Scioto River.

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The Portsmouth Public Library is the city's library, founded in It has branch libraries throughout Scioto County. The Southern Ohio Museum highlights Native American artifacts as well as claiming its home in an historic bank building.

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