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Whitehall, Ohio is a city in Franklin County located in Central Ohio and a suburb on the east side of Columbus, the state capitol. The population was 18,062 at the 2010 census.
The Columbus Historical Society was founded in 1990 by a group of avid professional and amateur local historians with a passion to share Columbus history.
Since its founding in 1960, the Ohio Local History Alliance's goal is to encourage the preservation and the presentation of Ohio's heritage
Owner of the Boathouse Lounge in Whitehall, singer Pat Zill's first single, "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down," in 1960 sold a million copies worldwide
The Ohio National Road is part a six-state All-American Road that stretches over
700 miles, from Baltimore through Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia,
Indiana and Illinois to East St. Louis.
Columbus Restaurant History includes pages that are dedicated to Whitehall and other east Columbus locations of restaurants that thrived in the 1950s through 1970s era.
This text-only site provides a generous amount of history on Central Ohio's drive-in movie theaters, including the three that operated in Whitehall.
Motts Military Museum was founded to educate the public on the importance of America’s military past through the documentation, collection, interpretation, and preservation of tangible artifacts and personal stories of the men and women who served and are serving in the United States Armed Forces
The Friends of Freedom Society, Inc. – Ohio Underground Railroad Association is a grassroots, all volunteer non-profit organization, whose sole purpose is to research, identify, document and preserve Underground Railroad sites throughout Ohio.
Lustron Preservation is your clearinghouse for Lustron information. The company operated just outside Whitehall's northern border from 1947 to 1950.
Explore Ohio history through stories, photos, videos, and events. The Ohio
Historical Connection champions all Ohio history, including the 50+ historic sites
in the Society's network throughout Ohio. Also see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwFonBxpDWs
Stated aims of the Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society are to discover, preserve and disseminate knowledge of the history of Reynoldsburg, Ohio and surrounding areas; and to illuminate past lives, events and activities.
The "Our Home Town" column appeared for 18 months in "This Week - Whitehall News," and was written by past president Steve McLoughlin. Links to the columns are below.
Drive-in Movie Theaters Bring Nostalgia - August 2020
Whitehall Becomes a City - May 2020
Pat Zill and the Boathouse Lounge - April 2020
The DSCC/Columbus Depot - March 2020
The Dehner House - February 2020
The Whitehall Fire Department - January 2020
Massey's Pizza - December 2019
Town & Country Shopping Center - November 2019
Al's Barber Shop - October 2019
Charles Foster Johnson and Fairway Boulevard - September 2019
Ilonka's Provincial House - August 2019
Aviation in Whitehall - July 2019
Whitehall Street Names - June2019
Early Councilman Lester Flowers - May 2019
The Whitehall Inn/Naming of Whitehall - April 2019
Gus's Fine Foods Restaurant - March 2019
The PAM Motel - February 2019
The Meadowbrook Inn - January 2019
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