1. Music Hall (1878)
Including Brittany Apartments (1885), Saxony Apartments (1891), and the Phoenix Club (1893). Also around the corner is the Fechheimer Residence (1862) at 22 Garfield Place.
Including Samuel Hannaford Residence (1865), Winton Place Methodist Church (1885), Parsonage (1889), St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (1887), and Norman Chapel (1880) at Spring Grove Cemetery.
Including Elsinore Tower (1883), Eden Park Water Tower (1894), and Pumping Station (1889)
Do you have a favorite you think should be on the list – Palace (now Cincinnatian) Hotel, Alms & Doepke Department Store, Lombardy Building, Episcopal Church of the Resurrection (now St. Luke’s in Saylor Park), and the Episcopal Church of our Savior in Mt. Auburn to name just a few? Let me know about it.
A great online reference for all these buildings and more is The Legacy of Samuel Hannaford by Betty Ann Smiddy. All research came from that website along with John Clubbe’s book Cincinnati Observed, a 1999 article that appeared in the Cincinnati Post, and from wintonplace.org.
Historic photos from Library’s Cincinnati Memory Project.