P.O. Box 55
Baltimore, Ohio 43105
Villages of Basil, Baltimore and Thurston
Fairfield Paper (Crown Zellarback)
Trinity United Church of Christ (Trinity Reformed Church)
Trinity Reformed Church
Bob's Royal Blue Market Marquee from (Ohio Theater) Town Hall Building
Carl "Dutch"* & Florence* (Ruff) Schaffner
[Original owners of Tastee Freeze] with Eleanor (Ruff) Fisher
Basil Laundromat in Basil Kumler Building Dick & Emma (Finkbone Tussing Built in 1905 once housed Guy Laver Grocery Original owners of Basil Laundromat
Kumler Store, first home (in the basaement) of the LibertyUnion VFW Post 3761 Baltimore, Ohio in 1938
Johnson Grain at North Main Street Baltimore. Now a Carry-out
House built by A.A. Miller in 1904 at 529 North Basil Street right across the tracks.
Baltimore Business Section on corner of Market and Main (Stubbs with Awning)
ABC Bakery. DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS PICTURE or BUSINESS??? Possibly the corner of Basil and Washington in the Kumbler building according to Bill Johnson.
Church at Mulberry and Walnut. Check out the Steeple and Gas Light! DO YOU KNOW DATE?
Corner of Oak and Market Streets???
I'm not sure of the exact date, but Uncle Wayne said they lived here from about 1933 to 1939. Left to right are : Ralph Davis, Wayne Davis, my dad- Raymond Davis, and George William Davis. Their ages when they moved there would have been about 5,6,7,and 8. All are graduates of Liberty Union. This was known as the Jay Brown place, and is why Brown Street running along the old high school got its name. I have heard that it used to turn behind the school and go over to the house originally.
Jerry Davis ('73)