Historic Map - Galion, OH - 1891

Galion, Ohio, 1891 / compliments of Schaefer, Kreiter & Co., grocers ; Smith & Buckingham, artists.

Reproduction panorama map of Galion, Ohio, drawn and published by Smith & Buckingham in 1891. Galion was founded as a city in 1831. The Erie Railroad ran through town and established their depot on South Market Street. The Cleveland Columbus & Cincinnati Railroad, later known as the "Big Four" had their depot on Washington Street. The map includes the following inset illustrations:

English Lutheran Church
Protestant Episcopal Church
Baptist Church
St. Joseph's Church
The Born Steel Range Co.
German Reform Church
Residence of J. W. Coulter, Union St.
German M. E. Church
O. S. Presbyterian Church
Deutsche Evg. Lutheran Church
Methodist Episcopal Church
St. Patrick's Church
United Brethren Church


The map includes clearly labeled street names showing railroad traffic. Complete reference list below.

Features references to the following locations:

MANUFACTORIES, &c.
The Born Steel Range and Manufacturing Co., Mfrs. of Born's Steel Plate Ranges & Stoves, Primrose St. near C. C. C. & St. L. R. R.
The J. L. Paris Enameling Works
Brick & Tile Machinery Works
Galion Butter & Cheese Mfg. Co., W. H. Raymond, Secretary
Galion Steam Boiler Works, R. Laird & Son, Proprietors
Central Lounge Manufacturing Co.
Galion Lumber Co., Planing Mill
Galion City Mills, Plank, Gray & Co., Choice Roller Flour
Brewery, H. Altstaetter, Brewer and Bottler
The Singer Manufacturing Co., O. P. Beck, Manager, 24 W. Main St.
Carriage and Buggy Works
Brick Yards
Foundry, South Washington St.
Standard Oil Co., Office and Warehouse
O. R. Cox & Co., Iron and Steel, Carriage and Wagon Material
L. Liller, Cigar Manufacturer, 22 South Main St.
Wm. C. Poister, Cigar Manufacturer, Public Square
Trostel Bros., Cigar Manufacturers
F. Kuhn, Manufacturer Harness and Saddle
Chas. Pfeifer, Manufacture and Repair of Shoes and Boots
Joseph Motsch, Ice Dealer
Marble and Granite Works, T. W. Longstreth

PUBLIC BUILDINGS & INSTITUTIONS &c.
City Hall
Fire Department, at City Hall, H. Zeller, Chief
Post Office, Morris Burns, Postmaster
Water Works, Stand Pipe, West end of Church St.
Electric Light Power House, Liberty St.
Cemetery, North of City limits
N. Y. P. & O. R. R. Depot, South Market St.
C. C. C. & St. L. R. R. Depot, Main and Washington Sts.
Galion National Bank, O. L. Hays, Cashier
First National Bank, C. S. Crim, President
Citizens Nat'l Bank, A. F. Lowe, Cashier
Capitol House Hotel, Wm. Bland, Proprietor
Central House Hotel, J. W. Alsop, Proprietor
Bismark Hotel, South Liberty St.
Amann & Schuler, Groceries and Saloon
Bachelder & Matheany, Real Estate and Insurance
H. S. Barbour, Homeopathic Physician
Bryan Bros. & Harris, Coal, Wood and Lime
H. Biebighauser, Butcher
Burgert & Banister, Hardware and Farm Implements
W. F. L. Block, Dry Goods and Carpets
John J. Bittner, "West End", 28 West Main St.
C. S. Bittner, Saloon and Restaurant
Ira Barr, Grocer
Wm. M. Brown, Clergyman, 15 Union St.
Julius Bracher, Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher
H. Brewer, Saloon and Lunch Room, 15 West Main St.
J. T. Campbell, Funeral Director, 76 South Market St.
J. Campbell, Physician and Surgeon
C. L. Coyle, Physician and Surgeon
J. W. Coulter, Attorney at Law
M. Dennig, Cash Grocer, 10 South Market St.
Geo. Doll, Saloon and Restaurant
T. F. Dailey, Paper Hanger and Painter
L. D. Desilets, Grocer
J. L. Day, Grocer
Joseph Emmenegger, Saloon and Restaurant
C. T. Eise, City Clerk
C. E. Fox, Merchant Tailor
Franks & Connolly, Livery and Feed Stable
Daniel Fehr, Pool Room and Saloon
W. F. Fisher, Florist, 6 Market St.
W. I. Goshorn, Real Estate and Insurance
W. J. Geer, Attorney at Law
J. E. Gelsanliter, Grocer
M. L. Hackedorn & Bro., Druggists
Hugh Harris, Stoves, Tin-ware and Hardware
P. Hurley, Coal, Wood, Stone, Plasterers Supplies
Herman Hess, Groceries and Fruits
Wm. H. Helmuth, Sample Room, Choice Wines
Andrew Helfrich Residence, Winchester Road
Albert Huber, Barber, 70 East Main St.
P. H. Herbold, Funeral Director and Embalmer
R. W. Johnston, Attorney at Law
L. L. Knoble, Veterinary Surgeon
L. M. Kieffer, Photographer
Kesselmeier & Bechtol, Jewelers (Established over 40 years)
Joseph King, Contractor and Builder
H. Kaempker, Catholic Priest, East Church St.
F. Kopp, Hotel and Bakery
L. Klopp, Dry Goods, 10 East Main St.
J. H. Kochenderfer, Physician and Surgeon
Hiram Keeler, Grocer
C. A. Koppe, Boots and Shoes
J. G. Meuser, Attorney at Law
John J. Meuller, Merchant Tailor
T. Morckel, Saloon and Lunch Room
A. E. Monroe, Florist, 100 South Union St.
David Mackey, Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher
G. C. Marsh, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Sylvester Price, Attorney at Law
H. Petrie, Clothier, 18 East Main St.
Poister & Boehm, Furniture and Undertaking
L. K. Reisinger & Co., Pharmacists
S. M. Reese, Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher
C. W. Riblet, Grocer
S. E. Riblet, Hardware, Stoves and Tin-ware
Jacob Rensch & Son, Market Garden, Earley Plants and Vegetables
P. F. Schneider, Meat Market, 20 South Market St.
F. J. Snyder "The Grocer", 13 W. Main
Fred Seibold, Barber
John J. Schaefer, Barber
J. T. Socin, Barber
Miles Sweeney, Saloon and Billiard Hall
C. D. Spaulding, Druggist and Stationer
C. B. Shumaker, Justice of the Peace, 97 N. Market St.
E. W. Staples, Standard Oil Co.
L. F. Schneeberger, Blacksmith
Schuh Bros., Boots and Shoes
Stein Bros., Livery and Feed Stable
Schaefer, Kreiter & Co., Grocers
Sponhauer & Dietrich, Hardware, Stoves and Tin-ware
Tracht & Ricker, Groceries and Provisions
J. A. Tracht & Son, Florists, Sulphur Springs Road
5 and 10 cent Store, John B. Walker, 65 E. Main St.
J. B. Weddell, City Civil Engineer
Joe Wildenthaler, Livery and Feed Stable
Frank Zeller, Baker and Confectioner

Officials and Employees of N. Y. P. & O. R. R.
C. A. Allen, Superintendent
W. W. Adair, Yard Master
A. W. Ball, Master Mechanic
D. G. Bryfogle, R. H. F.
C. H. Briggs, R. H. Clerk
W. Brumbaugh, Conductor
Frank Benberger, Painter
Frank Baumgartner, B. W. H.
H. A. Burwell, P. B.
S. Bersinger, S. L.
H. Bersinger, S. L.
C. W. Clarke, D. F. Agent
J. Caldwell, B. W.
Geo. Crissinger, Switchman
J. H. Dull, Train Master
Wm. Dowsett, Machinist
R. Doyle, Foreman Car Shops
Frank Eisele, Blacksmith
P. Fox, General Foreman R. R. Shops
H. E. Gaffield, Foreman L. G.
J. M. Hart, Carpenter
J. C. Kuhen, Fireman
Jas. S. McCool, General Foreman R. R. Shops
R. A. Mould, Foreman Blacksmith Shop
W. B. Mitchell, Carpenter
L. H. Maple, Bridge Carpenter
Peter Meuser, Engineer
John McKeown, Foreman Boiler Shops
O. A. Monroe, Foreman Carpenters
Pat McNeff, Engineer
Mat. Narance, Stationary Engineer
Joseph Pletcher, S. L.
H. Saliday, Machinist
Jas. J. Spittle, Coppersmith
Jon S. Scanlon, C. F.
J. W. Seiser, Boiler Maker
John Steele, Switchman
J. R. Smith, Car Repairs
H. A. Smith, S. L.
S. L. Townsend, Switchman
 Officials and Employees of C. C. C. & St. L. R. R.
G. W. Burt, Agent at Depot
Hy. Claes, Carpenter
James Casey, Engineer
Jacob Durtsche, Hostler
H. L. Fortney, Night Engine Dispatcher
C. L. Gerth, Manager W. U. Telegraph Office
W. P. Lonius, Yard Master
Geo. J. Mochel, Clerk Freight Office
G. Miller, Engineer
C. H. Ness, Engineer
James Spittle, General Forman Locomotive and Car Repairs
Theodore Stewart, Foreman Car Shops
J. C. Zimmerman, Baggage Man

CHURCHES.
Baptist Church
Deutsche Evg. Lutheran Church
English Lutheran Church
German M. E. Church
German Reform Church
Methodist Episcopal Church
O. S. Presbyterian Church
Protestant Episcopal Church
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church
United Brethren Church

SCHOOLS.
East School
West School
St. Joseph's School
St. Patrick's School

NEWSPAPERS.
"The Galion Sun-Review", Coonrod & Slough, Editors and Proprietors
"The Galion Inquirer", H. S. Z. Matthias & G. L. Matthias, Editors and Publishers
Historic Map of Galion, OH - 1891

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