Warren, OH Photos

Warren, OH was the home of the Packard motor company & now hosts a museum dedicated to this historic brand. This small town has an important heritage core.

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Trumbell County Courthouse. Warren, OH.Trumbell County Courthouse clock tower. Warren, OH.Trumbell County Courthouse portal. Warren, OH.Heritage buildings along S. Park Ave. Warren, OH.
Trumbell County Courthouse (1895) (160 High St.). Warren, OH. Style: Romanesque. Architect: Labelle & French, E.M Canfield. On National Register.Trumbell County Courthouse clock tower. Warren, OH.Trumbell County Courthouse portal. Warren, OH.Heritage buildings along S. Park Ave. Warren, OH.
Packard Pollock building & Park Hotel on S. Park Ave. opposite Courthouse. Warren, OH.Buildings from 1905 & Cobb Grimmesey on S. Park Ave. Warren, OH.Green wooden house on Mohoning Street historic district. Warren, OH.Harriet Taylor Upton home woman's suffrage leader & instrumental in passage of child labor laws. Warren, OH.
Packard Pollock building & Park Hotel (1887) on S. Park Ave. opposite Courthouse. Warren, OH.Buildings from 1905 & Cobb Grimmesey (1898) on S. Park Ave. Warren, OH.Green wooden house (1892) on Mohoning Street historic district. Warren, OH.Harriet Taylor Upton home (380 Mohoning St.) woman's suffrage leader (1854-1945) & instrumental in passage of child labor laws. Warren, OH. On National Register.
Perkins House where Henry Bishop Perkins hosted five Presidents: Rutherford B. Hayes, U.S. Grant, James A. Garfield, William Henry Harrison & William McKinley. Warren, OH.Detail of Perkins House. Warren, OH.President William McKinley Memorial on site of his birthplace. Niles, OH.
Perkins House (now City Hall) (1871) where Henry Bishop Perkins hosted five Presidents: Rutherford B. Hayes, U.S. Grant, James A. Garfield, William Henry Harrison & William McKinley. Warren, OH. Style: Victorian Italianate. On National Register.Detail of Perkins House. Warren, OH.President William McKinley Memorial on site of his birthplace (1915) (40 N. Main St.). Niles, OH. Architect: McKim, Mead & White + J. Massey Rhind. On National Register.

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