Cincinnati's Historic Findlay Market, Ohio (Images of America Series) by Liz Tilton, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Cincinnati's Historic Findlay Market, Ohio (Images of America Series)

Cincinnati's Historic Findlay Market, Ohio (Images of America Series)

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Established in 1852, Findlay Market is Ohio's oldest public market in continuous operation. Findlay Market opened just outside Cincinnati's city limits on land donated by James Findlay, in an area then known as the "Northern Liberties." Because the Northern Liberties lay beyond city jurisdiction, the area was known for social liberties such as prostitution,

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Established in 1852, Findlay Market is Ohio's oldest public market in continuous operation. Findlay Market opened just outside Cincinnati's city limits on land donated by James Findlay, in an area then known as the "Northern Liberties." Because the Northern Liberties lay beyond city jurisdiction, the area was known for social liberties such as prostitution, bootlegging, and thievery. In an effort to protect "the housewives" shopping there, city officials annexed the Findlay Market area. Annexation, however, did little to quell Findlay Market's outlying spirit. This spirit has contributed to its outlasting every other municipal market in the city and a rebelliousness that infuses the generations of vendors and shoppers who have forged strong relationships with one another and who continue to demand the City of Cincinnati wrestle with the complex urban challenges surrounding this beloved institution.

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From the Publisher

Title: Findlay Market Book Debuts

Author: Staff Writer

Publisher: Findlay Market News and Events

Date: 7/27/09

Cincinnati's Historic Findlay Market, by author Liz Tilton, is the latest book published by Arcadia Press in the series, Images of America. Dedicated to "the generations of families who have worked and shopped at Findlay Market," the 127 page book is filled to the brim with historical Findlay Market photographs collected from attics and basements and shoeboxes from all over Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Cincinnati's Historic Findlay Market is available in the market center gift shop, starting Saturday August 8th, for the discounted price of $20.00. Copies are also available at local bookstores and on Amazon. For those of you who love and want to share Findlay Market with others, this book will make a terrific gift.

Liz Tilton will appear at the Market to do a series of book sales and signings. Stop by and take a look at the book and talk with Liz. She will sell and sign books on these weekends:

8/22 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

8/23 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

9/26 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

9/27 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Visit www.arcadiapress.com for more information about Cincinnati's Historic Findlay Market and other titles in their series, Images of America.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738560533
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
07/27/2009
Series:
Images of America Series
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,170,358
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.40(d)

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Meet the Author


Liz Tilton worked closely with Findlay Market and its vendors doing research for this book. Generations of market families culled these images from their attics and basements. Much of the narration arose from family storytelling in response to the images and is further informed by newspaper accounts and Findlay Market Association reports. This book represents the first-known mass collection of Findlay Market images.

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Cincinnati's Historic Findlay Market, Ohio (Images of America Series) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
1946BJ More than 1 year ago
I was thrilled to receive this book as an early birthday gift. My family was and is still to this day earning a living at Findlay Market. I found pictures of my grandfather's 1st truck, and friends of my father's and mine from way back. I even found pictures of my father that I did not have. I am so grateful, and think that anyone interested in the market houses of America or Findlay Market in particular would want this in their collection.