Covered bridge and pond at the Hara Greens Golf Course behind Hara Arena. - December 10, 2013 (at Hara Greens)
Here’s a lit bulb from the Kettering Mayor’s Christmas Tree. The lights were on for testing Thursday morning. However, the tree lighting ceremony scheduled for tonight was canceled due to inclement weather. - December 5, 2013 (at Fraze Pavilion)
I am very excited to announce my partnership with @daytonhistory. As of last night, I started running the official Instagram page of Dayton History which means I will be taking many photos at Dayton History sites and posting them. Please be sure to follow @daytonhistory here on Instagram and tell your friends & family. Thanks to Amanda Pond, Lauryn Bayliff and Brady Kress for giving me this wonderful opportunity to help keep Dayton’s history alive!
For more information about this great organization, please read Dayton History’s mission statement below.
Dayton History is Montgomery County’s official historical organization. Consisting of Carillon Historical Park, the Archive Center, Hawthorn Hill, Patterson Homestead, Old Court House, and Memorial Hall, Dayton History brings the past to life to understand the present and inspire the future by collecting, preserving, interpreting, presenting and promoting the region’s past.
(at Carillon Historical Park)
The Haven Hill windmill on the corner of Mad River Road and Alex Bell Road in Washington Township. - November 26, 2013 (at Windmill @ Mad River & Alex Bell)
This is James Hicks (The Bearded Barber) @ the Hicks Barber Shop & Shave Parlor on Brown Street in the historic Oregon District today.
(at Hicks Barber Shop)