Title MAP: Cincinnati, Ohio: 1901
Book Condition Black and white map, 18" x 24", including margins., Reproduction map of original
Publisher Reproduction map of original
Seller ID B34
At the end of the nineteenth century, Cincinnati was the 10th largest city in the United States, with more than 325,000 people, many of them immigrants, living in its many neighborhoods. Our detailed map shows the city’s streets and 31 wards, plus neighborhoods such as Corryville, Mount Adams, Cumminsville and more. Many public buildings and institutions such as the House of Refuge and the Cincinnati Work House are identified, as are major rail lines and streetcar lines. The map also locates numerous cemeteries, including the German Catholic and Protestant cemeteries. Ideal for use in late 19th and early 20th century research.