Historic Photographs of Westerville

Historic Photographs of Westerville

Over 50,000 images and scanned documents related to Westerville, Ohio - from the 1800s to present day - have been digitized. This collection includes images of prominent leaders in the community, Westerville-area landmarks, aerial views, high school classes, former businesses, houses, and more.

What You Get

  • Anti-Saloon League Collection (including cartoons and fliers)
  • Historic Photographs of Westerville
  • Westerville Local History Oral History Interviews
  • Westerville Ohio Local History Map Collection
  • Westerville Public Library Obituaries and Weddings

For any and all usage of materials, please credit: Courtesy of Westerville History Museum. For additional information, please refer to the Terms of Use.

A black and white photograph of State Street looking south from north of Main St.

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Meet the Staff

Jim S.

Jim loves digging into the archives of historic maps and news in the Westerville History Museum.

Katy K.

Katy loves bringing history to life, getting hands-on with artifacts, and helping people discover meaning and relevance in the past.
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