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Check out these 16 unusual bequests to relatives, pets, and banks from 1866 through 1961.
Had it not been for Olivia Norris and Elizabeth Ann Norris, daughters of Alexander Norris and Phoebe Lawder Norris, there would be no Procter & Gamble. In 1833, Olivia married candle-maker William Procter and...
A lucrative multi-level marriage industry sprung up in Covington and Newport in the late 1800s, lasting until laws were changed in 1950.
The more things change with Cincinnati city politics, the more they stay the same.
Let's explore curious cases of locals awakening in their coffins before being buried alive.
A popular sinus congestion remedy in the early 20th century involved cubeb cigarettes that contained a dried Asian herb.
Few Italian-Americans were invited to participate in the local pageantry in 1892, though, and separate parades for public and Catholic schoolchildren were held.
Celebrating man's best friends throughout Cincinnati history, from a flying dog in 1835 to Schottzie 1 and 2.