The old home on Bremen Street #otrmatters #thisisotr #cincinnati

Progress at rhinehaus #thisisotr #cincinnati (at Rhinehaus)

Fourth Street #Cincinnati

Over-the-Rhine Streets of Yesteryear

Hamilton Cincinnati Peaslee 1

If you know where to look, the corners of Over-the-Rhine tell a story. Throughout OTR one can see obsolete street names etched into stone or carved into the wood of building corners. Many of these names appear to be incorrect, but they’re really only relics from another time in Over-the-Rhine. Some Cincinnati street names were

Over-the-Rhine #thisisotr #cincinnati #otrmatters (at frameshop)

Over-the-Rhine #thisisotr #cincinnati #otrmatters (at frameshop)

At Northern Row and Elm Street

Northern Row

In the early days of Cincinnati when the settlement was still known as Losantiville, the town was surveyed and the boundaries were named. The three borders of the future Queen City beside the Ohio River were Eastern Row (now Broadway Street), Northern Row (now Liberty Street) and Western Row (now Central Avenue). The photograph below

1301 Main Street #thisisotr #cincinnati

1301 Main Street #thisisotr #cincinnati

The 2013 Bockfest Beefsteak Club Dinner

Beefsteak Club 2013 - Lisa Bambach (1)

A cheerful club of Cincinnatians convened last night at the Christian Moerlein Brewery in the OTR Brewery District. They had to attend to some serious business. The invitation read: “In the spring of 1896, the Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewery hosted some of the most prominent Cincinnatians. Guests enjoyed an elegant meal with beer pairings in the unlikely