Birth home of President Wm. McKinley. The original home was divided into two sections in the 1880s, then both sections were re-assembled in McKinley Heights as a private museum, fell into disrepair and burned down in 1937. A replica now is located in downtown Niles, Ohio on Main Street.

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PRR Train Station
Train Stations and the Railroads


Urban Renewal


Riverside Park 1890s


Bridges in Niles Ohio


Niles Police Department


Civil War Monument

Masonic Temple Niles, Ohio
Masonic Temple

1916 photograph of Niles Fire engine and firemen.
Niles Fire Department


Schools in Niles


Early Niles Library


Streetcars


Milltown, the Early Years
1843-1873


Hoffman Fire, March 1962

Anler Hotel
Hotels and Inns of Niles


Stein Residence


Mango Building/Shaker Store

John Key Wilson Residence
John Key Wilson Residence


H.H. Mason Residence


China Companies in Niles

School administration Buildings
Administration Buildings


Niles 1985 Tornado


Story of Wm. McKinley Statue

 

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