The Steve Badgley Photo Collection
Adam's Mill overlooks the Shade River. The Keno Covered Bridge, destroyed in 1923, is in the rear of the photo.
Last passenger train pulling into Pomeroy, Ohio December 31st, 1949.
The final days of a street car in Racine, Ohio.
Here we see the attendant and the conductor posing with their trolley the last day it is run.
The local basketball team of Letart. The Letart Hillbillies of 1958.
A photo taken from the old Letart Falls Elementary which became the community building.
A photo of some individuals being outside in 1907.
Minstrel at Letart Falls Elementary with several children standing to be the center of the show.
The Community Hall which served those local to Letart Falls, Ohio.
A side view of the Long Bottom School.
The Ferry boat Lydia Cross which moved travelers between Racine, Ohio and Graham Station, West Virginia.
The showboat Majestic sits along the bank in Middleport, Ohio.
The building housing the Meigs County Bookmobile off of Route 7.
The infirmary in Meigs offering care and working together.
The Meigs Courthouse before additions were incorporated into it's design.
The front of the Meigs Theatre serving Meigs County patrons.
Torn down in the 1950's, the Tuppers Plains School was across from what was once the Olive-Orange High School
The Methodist Church located in Letart Falls.
Mill Street in Middleport Ohio with a focus on Lewis an Coe Clothing.
An elevated view of Middleport in 1913 during the flood.
A photograph of the bank note from Citizen's Bank in Middleport, Ohio.
The Middleport Fife and Drum Corp stands together for a photo.
The brave crew of Middleport Fire Department posing for a photo.
A photo of Middleport. Pictured are the fire department and the livery stable.
Two cars outside the Middleport Fire Department.
A photo businesses and buggies around the Middleport T.
A group photo taken in front of the Middleport Woolen Mill.
A picture of the mill in Antiquity, Ohio.
A photo of Minersville and railcards in the early 20th century.
A photo of the Munn Brothers Store in Syracuse, Ohio. Pictured with 3 people and a bike!
The New York Clothing House stands on the corner in Pomeroy, Ohio.
An older view of Chester, Ohio
Front St. of Harrisonville.
An elevated view of Middleport and the rail car in the early 1900s.
The great flood in Portland, Ohio in 1884.
The church and school of Racine, Ohio stand tall next to teach other.
An elevated view of Racine, Ohio.
A photo of Rutland during Independence day in 1890.
The fire of 1884 destroyed 43 buildings in Pomeroy, Ohio.
An elevated view of the railways in Pomeroy, Ohio.
Portland, Ohio town band in 1890 stands together for a picture.
A photo taken of the owner and head professor of the Tuppers Plains Seminary.
A picture of North Main St in Racine, Ohio. Taken around 1900
A group removing river ice from the railroad tracks after a flood.
Emmit Jewett on his Harley Davidson delivering mail.
A photo of a railcar and conductor in Pomeroy, Ohio.
The Katie Stockdale docked at Reedsville, Ohio in 1889.
Several people gather in and around the John Stone General Blacksmithing & Horse shoeing business in Rutland, Ohio in 1908.
A picture of Adaline McBride, Dorothy Pearl, George William, and Charles R. Hysell in Pomeroy, Ohio around 1917.
A picture of some residents in front of the Hostottle/Hostetter House in Tuppers Plains, Ohio. It is said that General Morgan rested in the back…