Historic Map - Lima, OH - 1892
Reproduction panorama map of Lima, Ohio, drawn and published by Smith & Buckingham in 1892. In 1831, the Ohio legislature forced the Shawnee Indians from the area that had been established for them in the Treaty of Greenville and founded Lima. Lima's first school and courthouse were dedicated the following year. In the 1850's, the train linked the town to neighboring communities and Lima increased its industrialization. A countywide contaminated water supply slowed growth for a period until Lima started their clean water system in 1886. Oil was discovered here in the 1880's and Lima had the largest oil field in the country at the time. Benjamin Faurot opened his fabulous opera house in Lima in 1882.
This map from 1892 features beautifully colored inset illustrations of:
The Parmenter Printing Co., Printers & Book Binders, 18 Public Square
S. M. Finch & Co., "Niagara Laundry", 436 & 438 S. Main
First Congregational Church
Residence & Bottling Works of C. Geiger, 526 North, West St.
European Hotel, Property of C. Geiger
Proposed New Government Building
The map features clearly labeled street names and shows railroad traffic.
Features references to the following locations:
American Association of Pen Artists and Lima Business College, Geo. Farnham, President, opposite Court House
David L. Arter, Dentist, 57 Public Square
Buckeye Pipe Line Co., D. J. O'Day, Superintendent
Baxter & Co., Plumbers, 71 Public Square
Amos Brown, Merchant Tailor
A. S. Bower, Bakery and Confectionery
C. Bitzer & Co., Furniture and Carpets
L. G. Ballinger, Carpet Stretchers
C. H. & D. R. R. Shops, Chas. H. Cory, Superintendent
J. A. Chapin, Architect
J. Carnes & Son, Patentees, Designers and Model Makers
J. W. Crum, Pumps and Well Supplies
G. R. Christia, "The Hatter", Hat and Bonnet Bleachery
E. Christen, Manufacturer of Ginger Ale, Birch Beer and Champagne Cider
Conrath & Britt, Lumber, Lath and Shingles
Dalzell & Cowles, Plumbers
Henry Deisel, Manufacturer of Fine Cigars
E. F. Davis, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Brick Clay
Eureka Cornice Works, Galvanized Iron and Copper Cornices
Ewing & Emrick, General Hardware
F. X. Ebner, Horse Shoeing
W. N. Faurot, Dealer and Breeder of Fine Horses
Feltz Bros. & Co., Dry Goods
S. M. Finch & Co., Oil and Water Tanks
C. Geiger, Wholesale Dealer and Agent for John Hauck & Gerke Brewing Co.'s Beer and Greenway's India Pale Ale
Harry Gill, Livery and Feed Stable
Otto Gehring, Dye House
Glover & Winters, Wholesale and Retail Millinery
Frank B. Gardner, Fancy and Plain Horse Shoeing
Globe Machine Works and Globe Cigar Box Factory
Walter Hess, Flour and Feed Store
Geo. Hall, Dentist
Hoover Bros., Furniture, Carpets, Stoves
J. W. Hess, Boots and Shoes
Hercules Torpedo Agency, Nitro-Glycerin Manufacturers
J. B. Jackman & Sons, Stoves and Furniture
J. D. Jones, Manufacturer and Dealer of Harnesses and Saddles
A. Jones, Dentist
Lima Granite and Marble Works, J. D. Halter, Proprietor
Lake Erie and Western R. R. Shops, P. Reilly, Superintendent of Equipment
Lima Beef Co., Wholesale Meat
Lima City Roller Mills, Doty & Anderson, Proprietors
C. A. Leasure, City Exchange, Flour, Feed
Lima Door and Sash Factory, R. A. Roberts, Proprietor
Lima Machine and Locomotive Works
Theo. Lichty, Manufacturer of Fine Cigars
Jacob Moser, Undertaker
J. C. Musser, Undertaker, Livery, Hack and Transfer Line
John Martin, Saddle and Harness Maker
C. F. Martin, Harness Maker
Sylvester Miller, Builder and Contractor
C. J. Mohr, Agent for Schaller's Cincinnati Lager Beer
D. A. McComb, Jeweler
Moore & Beelman, Carriages and Wagons
J. B. Moore, Shoemaker
Monroe Manufacturing Co., Window Screens and Blinds
Niagara Steam Laundry, S. M. Finch & Co., Proprietors
Neuman & Holmes, City Steam Laundry
Nye & Manner, South Side Bakery
H. C. Napier, Flour, Feed, Coal
T. A. Oxley, Millinery, Kids Gloves
L. W. Owings, Livery and Feed Stable
Wm. Pugh, Ice Dealer
Philadelphia Dental Association, Dr. J. M. Chase, Manager
R. A. Roberts, Lumber, Lath and Shingles
L. Reichelderfer & Co., Lumber, Lath and Shingles
Mrs. E. E. Rogers, Florist
T. A. Robinson, City Book Store
Neal Roush, Carpenter
Star Bakery, J. F. Renz, Proprietor
Erneste Rothlisberger, Designer and Model Maker
Solar Refining Co., Geo F. Southard, Vice-President
T. Sullivan, Agent for Moerlenis' Bottled Beer
Swan Bros., Florists, Ohio Nurseries
Stolzenbach & Co., Steam Bakery and Confectionery
A. Simons, Brickmaker
The Lima Electric Street Railway Co.
The Lima Electric Light and Power Co.
The Lima Brewing Co.
The Lima Carriage Co.
The Lima Register Co.
The O. B. Selfridge Co., Manufacturers of Shovel Handles
Troy Steam Laundry
W. K. Boone & Co., Hardware
Baxter Trevor, Books, Stationery, School Supplies
Thomas & Hover, Ice Dealers
The American Straw Board Co., W. S. Lowe, Manager
Vermont Granite Co., Fine Monumental Works
M. Thomas & Sons, Eggs, Butter and Poultry
Singer Manufacturing Co., Sewing MachinesThompson & Gillies, Merchant Tailors
The Eagle Refinery
Werst & Plfum, Merchant Tailors
Leonard Walther, Merchant Tailor
G. B. Webb, Boots and Shoes, Ticket Broker
Wm. Wilson, Boots and Shoes
O. R. West, Livery and Feed Stable
Yoakam & Phillips, City Transfer, Omnibus, Hack and Baggage Line
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS, ETC.
New Government Building
Post Office, Geo. Hall, Postmaster
Water Works Pump House
Faurot Opera House
Gas Works, Lima Gaslight Co.
Electric Light Plant
C. H. & D. R. R. Depot
L. E. & W. R. R. Depot
P. & F. W. R. R. Depot, D. C. Richmond, Agent
C. & E. R. R. Depot
The Lima Electric Street Railway Co., Will. H. Thompson, Manager
The Central Union Telephone Co., C. L. Wheaton, Manager
City Bank of Lima, T. T. Mitchell, President
First National Bank, S. A. Baxter, President
Ohio National Bank, J. C. Thompson, President
South Side Banking Co., John Grumrine, President
Lima House, J. Goldsmith, Proprietor
Burnet House, S. Brunt, Proprietor
Hotel Faurot, Robt. Bell, Proprietor
Hotel French, Wm. C. Terry & Co., Proprietors
Hotel Normandie, N. M. Maydole, Proprietor
Franks Hotel, Frank Dietrich, Proprietor
Hotel Windsor, H. W. Mabb, Proprietor
Hoffman House, Robt. Hoffman, Proprietor
Hohl's Hotel and Restaurant
Hotel and Restaurant, Frank Sieber, Proprietor
Werner Bros. "De La Flora" Restauran
South Lima Exchange Hotel, J. H. Remaly, Proprietor
Elk Restaurant, Dan. Freel, Proprietor
First Congregational Church
Church of Christ Christian Church
First Baptist Church
Second Baptist Church
St. Paul's English Lutheran Church
First Evangelical Lutheran Church
German Lutheran Church
Trinity M. E. Church
South Lima M. E. Church
African M. E. Church
Market Street Presbyterian Church
Main Street Presbyterian Church
Christ's Episcopal Church
English Reformed Church
German Evangelical Church
United Brethren Church
St. Rose's Catholic Church
Young Men's Christian Association
East Building, Pine, between High and North sts.
West Building, High, between Pierce and McDonald sts.
North Building, Grand ave., between Main and Elizabeth sts.
South Elizabeth Building, N. W. cor. Vine and Elizabeth sts.
W. Spring Building, S. W. cor. Jameson and Spring sts.
S. Pine Building, S. E. cor. Pine and Kibby sts
N. Jefferson Building, Jefferson, north of McKibbon st.
Reese Avenue Building, west side Reese Ave., south of Second st.
St. Rose Catholic School
The Lima Business College
"The Lima Daily Times", "The Democrat", The Times Democratic Publishing Co.
"The Daily Republican Gazette", The Weekly Republican Gazette", W. A. & H. D. Campbell
"The Lima Advertiser", The Parmenter Printing Co.
"Der Lima Courier", A. Weixelbaum, German
"The Lima Clipper", Carnes & Crayton
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