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Richard Booth

on 12 August 2017

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Transcript of Do you

Do you
have an
old,
faded
family
picture?
It usually
can be
scanned
and fixed
in minutes!
We do
Civil War
letters,
too!
Broken
picture?

No
problem!

Photoshop
helps us
do pretty
good photo
repair.
Old stereoscope images can now be scanned for 3D presentation.
This is the Army's
Fletcher General Hospital,
built during WWII.

It also held a
German POW camp.

After the war, it became
the Cambridge State Hospital.
Next year, we hope to have an official Ohio Historical Marker installed to commemorate Fletcher General Hospital.

A marker mockup is shown at right.

The hospital served 17,000 patients during the war.
Fletcher General Hospital

Then
and
Now.

This is Cambridge in 1876.
Can you guess what hill this picture was taken from?
Do you like old maps?

This is Guernsey County in 1855.

You can read the landowners' names.
And here is Adams Township, west of Cambridge, in 1870.

Next, we can dive into the ghost town of Mantua.
Are you interested in 19th Century patents?
Guernsey County "churned" out more than a hundred.
Old glass plate photos are great windows into the past.

This is actually downtown Newcomerstown circa 1890.
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