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A photo of W. Wilson Bridge Rd. in Worthington in 1937...
A photo of W. Wilson Bridge Road in Sharon Township in 1937. As Don O'Brien who took the photo of his friend and his brother says at the time, W. Wilson Bridge was not in the Worthington Corporation at the time... it was years before the area was annexed to the city of Worthington. I am guessing the mailing address for W. Wilson Bridge at the time would have been Worthington, Ohio?
The photo is of course, not of W. Wilson Bridge Road! The photo was taken in 1937 of his friend, his brother and the O'Brien family's dog "Chink." W. Wilson Bridge Rd., a country road with telephone lines is just the back drop.
Worthington including Old Worthington is the back drop for a lot of Don O'Brien's photos. It is funny how many of his photos were of the cars on High Street. What a boy! He went to school in Worthington. If you look at his present day photos on Flickr many of Don O'Brien's photos are of old cars.
Photo Credit photo is part of Don O'Brien's Flickr Photostream - Dok1. Don O'Brien has shared a number of photos of the Worthington area from the 1920s on, on his Flickr photostream. This photo is licensed with a Creative Commons license which allows commercial use. Visit Mr. O'Brien's Flickr photostream for a unique view of Worthington in the past. He started out shooting photos very young, became a professional photographer so some of his photos were taken for the Worthington News, the newspaper of the time, or for other Worthington businesses.
Information is deemed to be accurate but should be verified to your satisfaction. Information provided herein is supplied by several sources and is subject to change without notice. Opinions expressed are solely those of Maureen McCabe.
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