Wednesday, August 10, 2005

The Little Miami River that separates Waynesville and Corwin

The old wooden covered bridge over the
Little Miami River at Corwin.
The covered bridge is no longer in existence.
Corwin Avenue between Waynesville and Corwin.
The bridge above is over the race.
Another photograph of the old covered bridge at Corwin
over the Little Miami River
Old Postcard of the Little Miami River near Waynesville
Old Postcard of the Little Miami River near Waynesville

5 Comments:

At Friday, December 15, 2006 6:36:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Karen....I just found your Waynesville web site and found it very, very interesting. Will continue to read it and thanks for publishing it.....

Dallas Bogan

 
At Monday, October 01, 2007 9:21:00 AM, Anonymous W0o0o0o0oW said...

wow i love your stuff!

 
At Saturday, August 09, 2008 9:06:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karen, I'm working on a book of correspondence by a Quaker immigrant family in Cincinnati in the 1840s to her family back in England. There is a wonderful description of a farm on the Little Miami in Waynesville, owned (I think) by a family named Evans. I'd like to e-mail you the descriptions and see if you have any further information about who they were. You can e-mail me back at ulin@pitt.edu. -- Don

 
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