In the 1920s, the area known as Baby Farms was marketed to people who were looking to own “mini-farms.” Local historian Doreen Uhas Sauer visits residents in the area to find out more about its history.
We visited an area on the east side struggling to create an identity. Resident and local activist Doni Schoedinger talks about the challenges her community is facing.
Built in 1929, the original Port Columbus terminal building, as well as the Transcontinental Air Transport hangar, still stands at the airport (now John Glenn Columbus International Airport).
Host Charlene Brown talks with preservation activist Cathy Nelson about how African Americans have historically been left out of the efforts to conserve buildings on the East Side, and how the loss of Poindexter Village might spur a new preservation movement.