The Alliance Places Collection includes various historic buildings, parks, and communities in Alliance, Ohio. Many of the photographs have been supplied by the Alliance Historical Society.
Of special interest is a collection of 44 photographs documenting the construction of the Alliance Post Office from 1916-1918. The original …
The Carnation Festival began in 1960 and is greatly anticipated by residents of the greater Alliance community. This collection features photographs from past parades and events of the festival that celebrates Alliance as the Carnation City.
In the early years of the parade, the route began at Mount Union Square (East State Street), …
The Alliance People Collection includes photographs of residents of Alliance and historical figures. Many of the photographs are of groups of people and include sports teams, military units, school groups, and others. Portraits of prominent Alliance residents, including Underground Railroad conductors Jonathan and Sarah Haines.
The Taylorcraft Collection includes photographs and negatives donated to Rodman Public Library by Forrest Barber and family. The photographs were rescued from the old Dimit Brothers photography studio when it was being cleaned out.
Taylorcraft airplanes were manufactured in Alliance, Ohio from 1935 to 1946. At one time, the company …
The Morgan Engineering Collection includes more than 500 photographs, negatives, glass plate negatives and memorabilia donated to Rodman Public Library by Morgan Engineering.
The collection encompasses all facets of the company's life from the early days in the late 1800s, equipment used in the factory, cranes manufactured by …
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The Alliance Memory project was originally funded in part through an Institute of Museum and Library Services LSTA grant awarded by the State Library of Ohio. The project has received funding from our Alliance, Ohio historical partners: