Cincinnati Archives - Abandoned by Sherman Cahal

The Dennison

When the Dennison Hotel on Main Street in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio closed in 2011, it marked the end of a hoteling era. The single room occupancy extended stay facility once competed with the Browne Hotel, Fort Washington Hotel, Fountain Square Hotel, and others — all of which are long closed and demolished.

Foxy Shazam Disbanding

It was announced today that the American rock band, Foxy Shazam, is disbanding. Did you know they had filmed a music video in an abandoned church?

Crosley Building Could Become Apartments

The historic and abandoned Crosley Building in the Camp Washington neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio could be reborn as 238 market-rate apartments.

Windsor School

Windsor School is located in the Walnut Hills neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio and was constructed in 1888. It closed in 2004 after years of decline.


Constructed in 1888 with an addition of a gymnasium in 1918, the Windsor School was located in the Walnut Hills neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Fairview School

Fairview School is located in Cincinnati, Ohio and was constructed from 1888-90 in the Romanesque Revival architectural style. It closed in 2008.

Out of School

School had been out for just a few months when this photograph was taken of the former Fairmont School in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Linwood Public School

Linwood Public School is located in the Linwood neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio and was constructed in 1929. It was closed in 2005.

Baber Building

Baber Building was part of the now-demolished Longview State Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio and was razed in 1978.

St. Andrew Catholic Church

St. Andrew Catholic Church was located in the Avondale neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, and was in operation from 1875 until its merger in 2010.