Historic Map - Elyria, OH - 1868

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Bird's eye view of the town of Elyria, Lorain Co., Ohio 1868. Drawn by A. Ruger.

Panoramic reproduction view of Elyria, Ohio drawn by Albert Ruger and published by Chicago Lithographing Co. in 1868. Elyria was founded in 1817 at the forks of the Black River in northeastern Ohio. It was named for Heman Ely who was the first settler there. Mr. Ely lived on in this growing community until just sixteen years prior to this map's publishing. He watched as Elyria became home to 3 flour mills and a newspaper.

The map features inset illustrations of:

  • Town Hall
  • Court House
  • Union School

Complete reference list below.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1. Court House
  2. Town Hall
  3. Union School
  4. C. & T. R. R. Depot
  5. Fair Ground
  6. Cemetery
  7. Presbyterian Church
  8. Baptist Church
  9. Methodist Church
  10. Episcopal Church
  11. Lutheran Church
  12. Catholic Church


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