In this Columbus Neighborhoods special, travel along with local architectural historian Jeff Darbee as he visits iconic buildings and spaces in Central Ohio. Discover the Wagnalls Memorial in Lithopolis (remember your Funk & Wagnalls?), a behind-the-scenes look at water power and 19th-century mill technology at Rock Mill, the Canal Winchester historic railroad depot, the Defense […]
Industries, farming and a famous fistfight – take a look at Mount Vernon, Ohio’s rich history. Photos courtesy of: Ag History Museum of Knox County, The Ariel Foundation, Knox County Historical Society, Ohio History Connection, The Ohio State University Archives, The Woolson Co.
Join architectural historian Jeff Darbee onstage at the Woodward Opera House, where the entire block — not just the building — is being restored. Photos courtesy of: Ag History Museum of Knox County, Knox County Historical Society
Architectural historian Jeff Darbee talks with Becky West, director of Columbus Landmarks, about Landmarks’ Ten Most Endangered Buildings list. Photos courtesy of: Columbus Landmarks, PhotOhio
One of the first permanent structures in Grove City is the Grant-Sawyer House. Follow architectural historians Jeff Darbee and Nancy Recchie as they explore its history and how it anchored the newly platted Grove City.