A mural grows in the Rhinegeist Brewery space at the old Moerlein bottling plant at 1910 Elm Street, just north of Findlay Market.
Crosley Field was home to the Cincinnati Reds from 1912 to June 24, 1970. The ballpark was named Redland Field from 1912 until 1934 when local businessman Powel Crosley Jr. bought the franchise. The “Findlay and Western intersection” was home to the Reds for eighty-six and a half seasons. Before Redland Field was built in
Bockfest 2013 has come and gone but remains a beautifully hazy memory. Old traditions were continued and new ones were given life. The Inaugural Bockfest 5K was a success with over 1,000 participants in the race, and the annual Bockfest Parade entertained ever-growing throngs of onlookers. Photographer Sarah Laubacher captured the following scenes during the
indypendenthistory: Circa 1909. “Cincinnati from Mount Adams.” Bridges over the Ohio River to Kentucky and, foreground, a section of the Mount Adams Incline Railway. 8×10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Cincinnati: 1909) Old Cincinnati