With the advent of point and shoot cameras, cell phone cameras, and cameras on tablets and other digital devices, it seems that everybody is a photographer today (or thinks they are).
Since Thanksgiving is this week, we might as well share some stories about Thanksgiving in Sandusky.
It’s a little late for Veterans Day, but this week we will cover some of the history of military activity in and around Sandusky.
If you want to discover the story of Sandusky, a good place to start would be in the city directories.
So where did early Sanduskians go to eat when they didn’t want to cook for themselves?
Photo #1 - the grand pavilion and bandshell. Photo #2 - the Cedar Point Band, circa 1900.
For this week, let’s just take a snapshot in time and review some of the city ordinances in effect in Sandusky in 1887. The Sandusky Library owns original copies of the ordinance book, published by I.F.
Since our region was full of librarians last week for the annual Ohio Library Conference, this would be a good time to learn about the history of libraries in Sandusky.
Since not all history is full of good news (obviously), we should not ignore the hardships in Sandusky’s history. We often learn more from bad experiences than we do from happy occasions.
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