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Do You Remember Cincinnati in 1973? Here It Is.

This series of photos shows the city of Cincinnati, Ohio as it looked way back in 1973. Good times! Click on each of the photos for a much more detailed version. They’re pretty fascinating.

Riverfront Stadium on the Ohio River. Ft. Washington Way (Highway Network) on near Side. Towboat with Barges Is Under the Suspension Bridge Designed and Built by J. A. Roebling before He Built the Brooklyn Bridge 08/1973

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s Annual Concert at Riverfront Stadium Draws Some 25,000 People. Eric Kunzel, Resident Conductor, Is at the Podium 09/1973

Looking Along the Ohio River. Downtown Cincinnati in Center Distance. Across the River Is Northern Kentucky (Right Bank) 06/1973

Fountain Square in Downtown Cincinnati Is a Public Square That Works for the City and Its People in a Myriad of Ways: a Flower Vender Has Made a Sale 05/1973

Fountain Square in Downtown Cincinnati Is a Public Square That Works for the City and Its People in a Myriad of Ways: Saturday Afternoon on the Town 05/1973

Mt. Adams with Immaculata Church at Top. Mt. Adams Is a Residential Area of Luxury Apartments and Restored Row Houses 09/1973

Source: U.S. National Archives

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