Inverted Intersections II: The Corners Where You Live, Canton, Ohio
You may recall Inverted Intersections I, A 1956 Perspective of Canton, Ohio. In this latest ‘Intersections’ installment Mark will introduce you to a corner (North Market & 3rd) that has been very busy for the last 134 years; you will learn about the American Red Cross, and its numerous locations, the locations of the Market Houses, and the dream of a new Market Place in Downtown Canton, Ohio! Join Mark Holland on a “Walk” down the streets of downtown Canton! In 1956 Timken photographer Robert H. Hildebrand photographed seventy-five intersections in Canton, Ohio. Archivist, Mark Holland uses these valuable photographs to tell stories of the lesser known, but intriguing people and places of Canton. Using photographs and research from the Stark County Archives, and the Archive of the 25th President, William McKinley, and Mark will take you on a journey back to 1956 for the second time!
You may find yourself taking a trip down memory lane when you see the popular buildings and businesses of your youth. This program is dedicated to the numerous service organizations both past and present who have given countless years of service to our community! The fee for this program is $50.
Please call Archivist Mark Holland at 330-455-7043 or email him to make a reservation.