Historic Map - Barnesville, OH - 1899
Reproduction panoramic map of Barnesville, OH, drawn by Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler and published by T. M. Fowler & James B. Moyer in 1899. Barnesville is a village located in Ohio's Belmont County. It was the birthplace of Quaker-born Elisha Gray, the electrical engineer who co-founded Western Electric Manufacturing Company and developed the prototype for the telephone in 1876. With over 70 patents to his name, Gray is considered the father of the modern music synthesizer.
The map features lively scenes of community life and includes railroad, carriage and pedestrian traffic. Complete reference list below.
Features numbered & lettered references to the following locations:
A. M. E. Church
B. Christian Church
C. Presbyterian Church
D. A. M. E. Church
1. Public School
2. City Hall
3. The Eastern Ohio Glass Co.
4. The Watt Mining Car Co.
5. Barnesville Creamery Co.
6. Warren Roller Mills. S. C. Hilles & Bro. Prop's.
7. Planing Mill. Hague & Woodward
8. The Barnesville Glass Co.
9. Box Factory. E. J. Hutchison
10. B. & O. R. R. Station
12. Electric Light Plant
13. Gas Works
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