Struthers Revisited

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What more is there to say about Struthers that was not said in Images of America: Struthers, published in 2008? It turns out there is plenty. Images of America: Struthers Revisited features the people and places that filled this northeastern Ohio town in the 1900s. Through the growth and decline of the steel industry, the town prospered and adapted. Children grew up, marriages occurred, and people died; however, as anyone affiliated with Struthers knows, they could not be buried in the "city without a cemetery." This collection of images illustrates stories of accomplishment, struggle, and everyday life. Photographs of schools, churches, small grocery stores, businesses, eateries, parks, and playgrounds will transport readers to a time that is both familiar and historical. This walk down memory lane is for all ages. It is for those who reside in Struthers and those who used to live there and love to visit.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
6
Places
35
Parks Pools and Parades
49
Protecting
65
Providing
83
Playing for Sport and Fun
111
Bibliography
126
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About the author (2015)

Patricia Ringos Beach grew up in Struthers, and her parents were lifelong residents. She worked with the Struthers Historical Society to select the best images in their collection, supplementing these photographs with private contributions. Community members tell the story of the community where "once a Wildcat, always a Wildcat.