History Walks is a collaborative effort between the Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Historical Society (GH/MCHS) and the Grandview Heights Public Library (GHPL). The rich history of the GH/MC area includes inspiring structures, notable residents, ecological landmarks, and stories too numerous to share. Providing historical information to local residents, visitors, and the general public helps ensure this amazing past is preserved for future generations. History Walks is a collection of walking tours, each with approximately 8 - 9 stops for which the associated history is described. We encourage walking, running, or biking the tour routes to get the most benefit from this experience.
Additional tours will be added to the app in the future so check back in for more fun local history.
About the Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Historical Society
The purpose of the Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Historical Society is to discover, collect, and preserve information, materials, structures, and landmarks which may help to establish interest in the historic record of the founding and development of the communities of Grandview Heights and Marble Cliff and thereby educate the citizens of these communities and other interested persons. For more information visit www.ghmchs.org
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About the Grandview Heights Public Library
The Grandview Heights Public Library (GHPL) is an award-winning, independent suburban library system known for progressive leadership and friendly, personalized service. GHPL is one of 13 U.S. public libraries to receive 11 consecutive five-star ratings from Library Journal. GHPL is founding member (1988) and Administering Library of the Central Library Consortium (CLC). This cooperative of 17 Central Ohio library systems, in partnership with statewide networks SearchOhio and OhioLINK, provides 67 million items to member library cardholders. For more information visit www.ghpl.org
or email PR@ghpl.org
The GH/MC Historical Society and the GHPL thank all the contributors and volunteers that have assisted in developing History Walks. Special recognition to the Society's historians Tom DeMaria and Wayne Carlson who developed much of the original source material.