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  • Collection: Trenton Township

This photograph of the brick building shown above was built by Revolutionary War soldier Gilbert Van Dorn in the early 19th - century. According to the 1880 History of Delaware County, and the September 16, 1965 edition of the Sunbury News, the…

This is a photograph of a collapsed train trestle in Trenton township. The Big Walnut creek that flows under the bridge is dry.

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This photograph shows the view of the Trenton train trestle collapse from below with some of the surviving building materials.

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This is a photograph of the new train trestle in Trenton township built after 1878.

This photograph shows the new Trenton township trestle.

This mid to late 19th century photo shows a logging expedition on the Jacob Foster farm. Rose Perfect (sitting on the log) provides a reference point for the size of the tree.

This photograph shows an early elementary school with students and teacher gathered outside for a picture.

If you know the name of the teacher or any of the students, please contact the library at 740-965-3901 or

This photograph shows a group-gathering at Camp Clifton in Trenton township. The handwritten print along the bottom of the photo says "Creek in Background-Taken on cliff at Camp Clifton, Wheaton cabin, left rear." The names of the people in the…

The names of the people in this picture from left to right are Parker Burrer & G. J. II, Minerva Hess Burrer, Mr. Hess, Karl Burrer, Pearlee Gage, Mr. Ayres, Dr. & Mrs. J.H. Gerhardt, Daisy S. (Mrs. Karl) Burrer & Carleton, G. Jacob Burrer, Chas…

This photo shows a group relaxing at Camp Clifton in Trenton Township, Ohio. Father Burrer and Mother Burrer are identified with hand-drawn arrows at the bottom of the photo.

If you know the names of the others, please contact the library at…
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