Roebling Suspension Bridge

Roebling Suspension Bridge

Cincinnati, Ohio

John A Roebling designed bothe this suspension bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge.  The bridge was completed in 1867 and connects Cincinnati with Northern Kentucky.

Duplicate card

Roebling Suspension Bridge

Roebling Suspension Bridge
Cincinnati, Ohio

John A Roebling designed both this suspension bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge.  The bridge was completed in 1867 and connects Cincinnati with Northern Kentucky.

Ohio Map

Hello from Ohio

State Bird:  Cardinal

State Flower:  Red Carnation

Cutout of the state shape in lower right.

Batik

Batik 

Taman Sari, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2009

Photo by Hanum Tyagita for the Ohio University 2011

Southeast Asian Studies “Inspiration” Photo Contest

Note – wax is being dropped on the cloth to resist the dye

Great Lakes Lighthouses

Great Lakes Lighthouses

left to right

Marblehead (Sandusky Bay), Lake Erie, Ohio

White Shoal Light, Lake Michigan, Michigan

Split Rock, Lake Superior, Minnesota

Holland Harbor, Lake Michigan, Michigan

Charlotte Genesee, Lake Ontario, New York

Marquette Harbor, Lake Superior, Michigan

Cheboygan, Lake Huron, Michigan

Graham Road Covered Bridge

Graham Road Covered Bridge

The Graham Road Covered Bridge was moved in 1971 and rests on dry land in a nearby park site in Peierpont Township in scenic Ashtabula County, Ohio.  The Graham Road Bridge was  constructed in 1913 and was fashioned out of pieces the Calendar Road Bridge (built in 1867) after it had washed downstream during a flood of the Ashtabula River.  It is 97 feet long and has a Town lattice truss and weathered siding.

For more information on the Graham Road Covered Bridge – go here – 35.04.13

For more information of the Calendar Road Bridge – go here – 35.04.24

Carillon Park ~ Dayton, Ohio

Carillon Park

Dayton, Ohio

Carillon Historical park celebrates Dayton’s past.  The Park is comprised of historical buildings, exhibits and artifacts, including the original 1905 Wright Flyer III.  The Park also houses the Deeds Carillon, the largest carillon in Ohio.

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