Bird's-Eye Views 2



Fairmount Vally B E V.jpg (134357 bytes)



Harrison doublecard.jpg (218166 bytes)

Harrison B E V-1.jpg (132410 bytes)        BEV Harrison (c).jpg (309743 bytes)        Harrison BEV.jpg (451651 bytes)        Harrison B E V-2.jpg (95890 bytes)

Harrison B E V-3.jpg (113850 bytes)        BEV Harrison-qq.jpg (125152 bytes)        BEV Harrison dup.jpg (176677 bytes)        Harrison B E V-5.jpg (107417 bytes)



Loveland B E V-1.jpg (126826 bytes)    Loveland B E V-2.jpg (120737 bytes)    Loveland B E V-3.jpg (93560 bytes)    BEV-Loveland-abc.jpg (104134 bytes)    Loveland-East View.jpg (178432 bytes)



Madisonville BEV.jpg (199535 bytes)



Milford B E V.jpg (125145 bytes)        East Milford BEV.jpg (111499 bytes)        Glimpse of Milford.jpg (341546 bytes)        Milford Overhead.jpg (173603 bytes)*

Glimpse of Milford 1.jpg (321930 bytes)        Glimpse of Milford-2.jpg (279401 bytes)        BEV-Milford-o.jpg (77744 bytes)
Glimpse Of Milford 1                Glimpse Of Milford 2                 Glimpse Of Milford 3 



  Price Hill from Lick Run.jpg (122906 bytes)  *Lickrun Looking East, Cincinnati, O..jpg (137387 bytes)    Westwood View Of Lick Run.jpg (120832 bytes)
                                                                                         Looking East


READING                                              SEDAMSVILLE

Reading BEV.jpg (489942 bytes)                                        Sedamsville B E V.jpg (128340 bytes)    



BEV Walnut Hills.jpg (287769 bytes)    BEV Walnut Hills-2.jpg (316155 bytes)    BEV Walnut Hills-3.jpg (383561 bytes)    Walnut Hills-BEV.jpg (387877 bytes)
            Looking East                        Day Version                         Night Version           Photograph used for last 2



   The following section is of a rarely seen panorama of Cincinnati that was taken in 1866. This is the earliest panoramic photograph showing the details of the heart of the city. Of course the 1848 daguerreotype, seen on the Panoramas Page, of the waterfront was the first. J. W. Winder, a local photographer, took these photographs from the top of Mozart Hall which was just south of Sixth and Vine Streets (where later the Grand Theater would stand). The panorama was first seen at Winder's Fourth Street Studio on July 28, 1866. The map below shows what area each photograph is viewing. The explanations that accompany each image was written 30-40 years ago so the buildings that are mentioned, for the most part, no longer stand. You will have to insert today's structures into the explanation. There is no easy way to show this panorama but this was the best I could come up with. I believe the trouble you will have will be worth it. 

1866 panoramic map.jpg (385492 bytes)
Panorama sections


1866 panorama.jpg (1068720 bytes)       1866 panorama (1).jpg (1027577 bytes)        1866 panorama (2).jpg (1113643 bytes)        1866 panorama (3).jpg (1029796 bytes)
 Section  I                       Section II                      Section III                      Section IV


1866 panorama (4).jpg (759652 bytes)        1866 panorama (5).jpg (1052889 bytes)        1866 panorama (6).jpg (787439 bytes)        8-Facing Northwest.jpg (884556 bytes)
       Section V                             Section VI                    Section VII                          Section VIII       


9-Facing North.jpg (908268 bytes)        10-Facing Northeast.jpg (983291 bytes)
Section IX                          Section X       




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