Item Identifier Number
SC-381: Louis Lott Architecture Negatives
Birds eye view from near Third and Main Streets in downtown Dayton, perhaps from the United Brethren Publishing House building, but looking northeast. A few businesses on Main Street (between Second and Third) are visible, including Harvey's, Conkle's, and the Phillips Hotel on the corner. The tops of several well-known buildings are also visible beyond in the mid-ground and background of the image, including: the spires on the Flemish facade of the Dayton Arcade, the south side of the Old Courthouse, and the Old Montgomery County Jail, all on Third Street; and the tops of First Reformed Church (left) and First Presbyterian (right) on Ludlow Street.
Special Collections and Archives; Wright State University Libraries
Wright State University Libraries
3.7 x 5.7 Negative
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Epson Expression 10000 XL
sc381_01_14_03; Lott, Louis John Paul, 1872-1934; Black and White Photographs; Bird's-eye Views; Business Districts; Oakwood (Ohio); Dayton (Ohio); sc381_ohio