Palace Theatre
Title:
Palace Theatre
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Harding Home
Title:
Harding Home
Marion Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Genuine Curt Teich



Hotel Harding
Title:
Hotel Harding
Marion Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
A fireproof building consisting of 150 rooms each with bath. Many rooms equipped with Air-Conditioning and TV. Our own free parking lot for all over night guests. You can be sure of quality food properly prepared and served in Air-Conditioned Dining Rooms. Cocktail Bar.


Imperial 400 Hotel
Title:
Imperial 400 Hotel
Marion Ohio (OH), Chrome PM 1974 Mar-21

Description:
333 W. Center Street. US Rt. 30 South - center of town. Most credit card accepted. Air conditioning. Room phones. Heated pool. Free coffee.



Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Title:
Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Marion Ohio (OH), Chrome unused


Marion Country Club
Title:
Marion Country Club
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
E. C. Kropp Co.



Harding Memorial
Title:
Harding Memorial
marion Ohio (OH), Real Photo


Greetings from Marion
Title:
Greetings from Marion
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen PM 1948 Mar-2



Greetings from Marion, Ohio
Title:
Greetings from Marion, Ohio
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
Tichnor Bros., Inc.


West Center Street Looking West, Marion, Ohio
Title:
West Center Street Looking West, Marion, Ohio
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen



Greetings From Marion, Ohio
Title:
Greetings From Marion, Ohio
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen

Description:
Key To Views on Other Side: M - Harding Home and Museum A - Swimming Pool at Municipal Park R - Thomas Edison Jr. High School I - A Beautiful Home in Marion O - Marion Country Club N - Harding Memorial


President Harding's Home
Title:
President Harding's Home
Marion Ohio (OH), White Border unused

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.



Residence of William G. Harding
Title:
Residence of William G. Harding
Marion Ohio (OH), White Border unused


Old King's Mills (Now Razed), Built About 1860
Title:
Old King's Mills (Now Razed), Built About 1860
marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



Palace Theatre
Title:
Palace Theatre
Marion Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1953 Jul-23


Palace Theatre
Title:
Palace Theatre
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen PM 1949 Aug-11

Description:
Curt Teich Co.



High School
Title:
High School
Marion Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Oct-2


Steam Shovel Plant
Title:
Steam Shovel Plant
Marion Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1912 Apr-7



Union Station and RR Tracks
Title:
Union Station and RR Tracks
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused


Harding Memorial - Interior
Title:
Harding Memorial - Interior
Marion Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused



Union Depot
Title:
Union Depot
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1908 Oct-9


View of Union Depot
Title:
View of Union Depot
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1908 Oct-9



New Central Christian Church
Title:
New Central Christian Church
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1910 Mar-10


Marion Country Club
Title:
Marion Country Club
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused



Greetings from Marion
Title:
Greetings from Marion
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Ex-President Harding's Home
Title:
Ex-President Harding's Home
Marion Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1926 Aug-11



Old Ladies Home
Title:
Old Ladies Home
Marion Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Apr-19


Etowah Looking North
Title:
Etowah Looking North
Marion Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1923 Jan-29



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Union Station
Title:
Union Station
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back unused



The Moving Ball Statue
Title:
The Moving Ball Statue
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1909 Apr-24

Description:
The greatest curiosity in the vicinity of Marion is the famous "Moving Ball" which is thirty-six inches in diameter of highly polished granite and rests on the monument in the C.B. Merchant lot in the cemetery. The monument was erected in the fall of 1890 and the huge sphere which weighs 4200 pounds rested in the position as placed until 1903 when it was noticed that the rough spot as shown in the picture had in some manner moved out of the socket where it was originally placed and since then it has gradually moved until July first, 1908 it is estimated to have covered 56 inches. The movement is much faster in winter than any other time of year and always in the direction of north to south. One explanation is given that freezing and thawing hundreds of times and as the socket is nearly always damp and heat expanding finally forced it out of its socket. However, scientists in Europe and this country are not agreed as to its movement


Highschool Building
Title:
Highschool Building
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back



Radio Station W M R N
Title:
Radio Station W M R N
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen PM 1948 Nov-4


West Center Street, Looking East at Court House
Title:
West Center Street, Looking East at Court House
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
Marion is the trade center for more than 100,000 people, it is served by four major railroads. This city was founded in 1820 by Eber Baker



Interior Harding Memorial
Title:
Interior Harding Memorial
Marion Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused


The Late President Harding's Home and Now the Harding Museum
Title:
The Late President Harding's Home and Now the Harding Museum
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
This house from which the famous 'Front Porch Campaign" was conducted during the memorable year of 1920 was the the scene of daily delegations numbering one to thousands from all parts of the country who called to pay their respects to Mr. Harding Curt Teich & Co



Soldier Memorial Chapel
Title:
Soldier Memorial Chapel
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1911 Oct-16


Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Marion Ohio (OH), Chrome PM 1973 Dec-6

Description:
U.S. Highway 23 South at Executive Center 1065 Delaware Avenue Comfort, convenience, and warm, friendly service are always yours at the Holiday Inn of Marion. Telephone 383-6361 - AC:614



Highschool Building
Title:
Highschool Building
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-8


Old Ladies Home
Title:
Old Ladies Home
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1908 Dec



Central High School
Title:
Central High School
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM Oct-03


Marion County Club
Title:
Marion County Club
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen PM 1957 Jul-00

Description:
Series 9 There are three city parks, several Golf courses, and a spring-fed swimming pool located in the city of Marion. Sportsmen enjoy rabbit and pheasant hunting in the nearby fields, and the county rivers abound with fish for the disciples of Isaac Walton.



Waddel Ladies Home
Title:
Waddel Ladies Home
Marion Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused


Marion Country Club
Title:
Marion Country Club
Marion Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1924 Oct-10



Soldiers Memorial
Title:
Soldiers Memorial
Marion Ohio (OH), White Border unused


Highschool Building
Title:
Highschool Building
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1908 Dec-28



Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Marion Ohio (OH), Chrome unused


Warren G. Harding Home, 380 Mt. Vernon Ave.
Title:
Warren G. Harding Home, 380 Mt. Vernon Ave.
Marion Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at 380 Mt. Vernon Ave., Marion, Ohio. Built in 1891, served as home from this date till March 2, 1921 when Mr. Harding entered the White House as 28th President of the United States. The property is now administered by the Harding Memorial Association.



Harding Home, 380 M. Vernon Ave.
Title:
Harding Home, 380 M. Vernon Ave.
Marion Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
The Harding Home comprising nine rooms a bath and lavatory was built in 1891 and was the home of Warren G. and Florence Kling Harding from their marriage until leaving for The White House March 2,1921. Restored in period by The Harding Memorial Association in 1965.


Interior Harding Memorial
Title:
Interior Harding Memorial
Marion Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused



St. Mary's Catholic Church And Parsonage
Title:
St. Mary's Catholic Church And Parsonage
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused


The Late President Harding's Home And Now The Harding Museum
Title:
The Late President Harding's Home And Now The Harding Museum
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
This house from which the famous "Front Porch Campaign" was conducted during the memorable year of 1920 was the scene of daily delegations numbering one to thousands from all parts of the country who called to pay their respects to Mr. Harding.



Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Garbage Plant
Title:
Garbage Plant
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1912



Greetings From Marion
Title:
Greetings From Marion
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
Key to views on other side : M - Harding Home and Museum A - Swimming Pool at Municipal Park R - Thomas Edison Jr. High School I - A Beautiful Home in Marion O - Marion Country Club N - Harding Memorial


Greetings From Marion
Title:
Greetings From Marion
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused



St. Mary's Catholic Church And Parsonage
Title:
St. Mary's Catholic Church And Parsonage
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Marion Ohio (OH), White Border unused



View from Entrance Warren G. Harding Memorial
Title:
View from Entrance Warren G. Harding Memorial
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
This beautiful memorial erected in this city, 1926-1928, by popular subscription, from many thousand schools from every State in the Union, as well as by personal contributions. The Philippines and Alaska making responses-proportionately greater than any of the states. The building is 250 feet in circumference, 80 feet in diameter an 50 feet high. Fortyeight gigantic pillars symbolizing the fortyeight states, support the heavy circular roof. This structure is regarded as one of the finest examples of architecture in the country - its massive white Georgia marble columns adding great dignity. Total cost of building and grounds $700,000. Cornerstone laid May 30, 1926, many tokens being put in a sealed copper casket therein. President Harding died in San Francisco, Aug. 10, 1923, and Mrs. Florence Kling harding im Marion, Nov. 21, 1924. On Dec. 21, 1927, the bodies of President Harding and that of his wife were moved from the mausoleum in Marion cemetery and were placed in the hermetically sealed sarcophage in this beautiful building.


South Main Street
Title:
South Main Street
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1910 Oct-5

Description:
Illustrated Post Card Co.



The General Excavator Company
Title:
The General Excavator Company
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
The GENERAL Dragline is tops in the small Shovel-Dragline-Crane field. All attachments including pullshovel are available in 1/2 and 3/4 cubic yard sizes. We will be glad to tell you more about them. The General Excavator Company. Marion, Ohio


West Centre Street
Title:
West Centre Street
Marion Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jul-27



Huber Block
Title:
Huber Block
Marion Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back)


Main Street, North From Church St
Title:
Main Street, North From Church St
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1909 Jan-28



L.K. Motel
Title:
L.K. Motel
Marion Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
1952 Marion, Mt. Gilead Rd


YMCA Building
Title:
YMCA Building
Marion Ohio (OH), Chrome unused



Cowan Apartments, Church and Pearl Sts
Title:
Cowan Apartments, Church and Pearl Sts
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1923 Sep-13


R. Waddel's Home For Orphans
Title:
R. Waddel's Home For Orphans
Marion Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused



Sawyer Sanitoruim Ohio Sanitorium Co.
Title:
Sawyer Sanitoruim Ohio Sanitorium Co.
Marion Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused


The Mirror Bend, Scioto River
Title:
The Mirror Bend, Scioto River
Marion Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused



Heart Of City Electric And Inter-Urban Systems
Title:
Heart Of City Electric And Inter-Urban Systems
Marion Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused


Epworth Methodist Church
Title:
Epworth Methodist Church
Marion Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



High School Building
Title:
High School Building
Marion Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Court House
Title:
Court House
Marion Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Frank Bros. & Co. Building
Title:
Frank Bros. & Co. Building
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1909 Jan-22


Interior Warren G. Harding Memorial
Title:
Interior Warren G. Harding Memorial
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused

Description:
This beautiful Memorial was erected by popular subscription, 1926-1928, with contributions from many thousands of school children from every State in the Union. The Philippines and Alaska made responses - proportionately greater than any of the states. The building is 250 feet in circumference, 80 feet in diameter and 50 feet high. Forty-eight gigantic pillars symbolizing the forty-eight gigantic pillars symbolizing the forty-eight states support the heavy circular roof. This structure is regarded as one of the finest examples of architecture in the country - its massive white Georgia marble columns adding great dignity. Total cost of Memorial and grounds $777,000. Cornerstone laid May 30, 1926. President Harding died in San Francisco, Aug. 10, 1923, and Mrs. Florence Kling Haring in Marion. Nov. 21, 1924. On Dec. 21, 1927 the bodies of President, and Mrs. Harding were moved from the mausoleum in Marion cemetery and placed in the hermetically sealed sarcophagus here.



St. Mary'S Catholic Church And Parsonage
Title:
St. Mary'S Catholic Church And Parsonage
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Pilgrim Inn
Title:
Pilgrim Inn
Marion Ohio (OH), Divided Back PM 1910



Greetings From Marion
Title:
Greetings From Marion
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused


Marion County Club
Title:
Marion County Club
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen unused



Warren G. Harding Memorial
Title:
Warren G. Harding Memorial
Marion Ohio (OH), Linen PM 1942

Description:
This beautiful memorial was erected by popular subscription. 1926-1928, with contributions from many thousands of school children form every State in the Union. The philippines and Alaska made responses-proportionately greater than any of the states. The building is 250 feet circumberence 80 feet in diameter and 50 feet high. Forty-eightr gigantic pillars symbolizing the forty-eight states support the heavy circular froof. This structure is regarded as one the of finest examples of architecture in the country - its massive white Georgia marble columns adding great dignity. Total cost of memorial and grounds $777,000. Cornerstone laid May 30, 1926. President Harding died in San Francisco, Aug 10, 1923, and Mrs. Florence Kling Harding in Marion. Nov, 21, 1924. On Dec. 21, 1927 the bodies of President and Mrs, Harding were moved from the mausoleum in Marion cemetery and placedin hermitically sealed sarcophagus here.




Total: 81 Items