Museum logo
Museum logo

Search Term Record

  • Email This Page
Search Term Ohio Statehouse
Number of Object records 101.0
Number of Photo records 4.0
Number of Archive records 1.0
Number of Library records 0.0

Associated Records

Image of 2015.011 - 2015.011.001

2015.011 - 2015.011.001

Color map of the State of Ohio, showing portions of Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana and Michigan in black and white. In the lower right-hand corner there is a engraving of the "State Capitol at Columbus"--an image of the Ohio Statehouse which is not entirely accurate. At bottom left: "Johnson's / Ohio / Published by / A.J. Johnson, New York. / [map scale] / Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1864 by A.J. Johnson, in the clerk's office of the district court of the United States for the Southern District of New York."

Image of 1996.001 - 1996.001.001

1996.001 - 1996.001.001

Blue-grey cover and black ink, "THE / CONSTITUTIONS OF OHIO / OF/ 1802 AND 1851, / [faded tan inset paper pasted on with Caldwell's name] J.L. Caldwell. / NOTES TO THE DECISIONS CONSTRUING THEM, AND REFERENCES / TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL DEBATES. / BY / GEORGE B. OKEY AND JOHN H. MORTON. / COLUMBUS: / NEVINS AND MYERS, BOOK PRINTERS. / 1873. 151 pages.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.022

1996.002 - 1996.002.022

This piece of handrail was found during the renovation of the Ohio Statehouse, likely in the Ohio Senate Building. The location where this handrail was used is unknown. The restoration of the Ohio Statehouse was completed in 1996 by Schooley Caldwell Associates.

Image of 1996.001 - 1996.001.002

1996.001 - 1996.001.002

Blue cover and black ink, "[faded tan inset paper with Caldwell's name pasted on] J.L. Caldwell. / Proportional / Representation / S. DANA HORTON" The inside title page is written in black and red: "PROPORTIONAL / Representation / READ BEFORE THE CINCINNATI LITERARY CLUB JANUARY 6, 1873 / By S. DANA HORTON / Corresponding Secretary of the Cincinnati Bar Association / Philadelphia PA / PENN MONTHLY ASSOCIATION / 1873" 36 pages.

Image of 1996.001 - 1996.001.005

1996.001 - 1996.001.005

Brown cover with gold lettering: "RULES / OF THE / GENERAL ASSEMBLY / OF THE / STATE OF OHIO, / TOGETHER WITH / COMMITTEES AND LIST OF MEMBERS AND OFFICERS. / PRINTED FOR THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. / COLUMBUS: / NEVINS & MYERS, STATE PRINTERS. / 1872." 54 pages.

Image of 1996.001 - 1996.001.006

1996.001 - 1996.001.006

Reddish-brown cover with gold letters: "RULES / OF THE / CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION / OF THE / STATE OF OHIO, / TOGETHER WITH / COMMITTEES AND LIST OF MEMBERS AND OFFICERS. / PRINTED FOR THE CONVENTION. / COLUMBUS: / NEVINS AND MYERS, STATE PRINTERS. / 1873." 36 pages.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.003

1996.002 - 1996.002.003

This envelope is marked in the upper left-hand corner: "CARL L. NIPPERT / LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR / SENATE CHAMBER / COLUMBUS, O.".

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.009

1996.002 - 1996.002.009

"Grow" newspaper was part of an annual publication of The Ohio Newspapers Foundation and was distributed as part of the 1996 Capitol Revival celebrations. The newspaper provides an explanation of why the Ohio Statehouse was restored and details the history of the state capitol of Ohio. The architecture of the Statehouse, Annex, and newly added Atrium are explained in detail. A schedule of events for the week-long celebrations dedicated to the restoration of the Ohio Statehouse is included. This publication also explains how the lawmaking process takes place and who works on Capitol Square. The grounds and monuments have a section to detail the history of some of the well-known monuments l

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.010

1996.002 - 1996.002.010

Commemorative six pack of Coca Cola contains six 8oz glass bottles that have never been opened. The cardboard carrier has the Coca Cola logo on the front and nutrition information on the right end. The back of the carrier depicts the Ohio Statehouse Capitol Revival logo and "Capitol Facts" including a list of Ohio's eight presidents. The left end details the dates and events taking place as part of the week-long celebration of the grand re-opening of the Ohio Statehouse after the restoration. Each of the bottles has the Coca-Cola logo and the 1996 Capitol Revival logo with the dates 1861-1996.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.011

1996.002 - 1996.002.011

Piece of ribbon from the opening ceremony after the Ohio Statehouse restoration was completed in 1996. The ribbon wrapped all the way around the Ohio Statehouse. The West Entrance is where dignitaries cut the ribbon to symbolize the grand re-opening of the Statehouse. This section of ribbon is from the West Entrance. The ribbon is signed in black ink by Susan Board Lhota, Executive Director, Capitol Square Renovation Foundation and Chair Woman.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.012

1996.002 - 1996.002.012

Invitation for A Capitol Revival celebration on July 6, 1996 includes an embossed Capitol Revival logo and a gold tassel. Inside, a schedule of events, list of dining areas, menu, and information regarding the restoration project is listed. Thanks are given to the numerous people and organizations that were involved with the immense restoration process and in the back, as a commemorative souvenir, is a hand-colored illustration of the Ohio Statehouse. The schedule of events reads as follows: "4:30 Gala Reception on Lawn Ohio Chapters of the American Culinary Federation The Ohio State University Officer Training Corps Members of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Members of various

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.013

1996.002 - 1996.002.013

Schedule of events detailing the activities that took place as part of "OHIO'S HOUSE IS OURS: HANDS-ON HISTORY DAY". This schedule lists First Lady Janet Voinovich as the Honorary Chair. The schedule details the restoration process of the Ohio Statehouse as well as an extensive schedule of celebratory events and activities that took place between 10:30am and 3:00pm. The Honorary Hosts of the event were George Voinovich, Stanley Aronoff, Richard Finan, and Jo Ann Davidson.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.014

1996.002 - 1996.002.014

Pamphlet that details the "Picnic with the Past" event that was held as part of the grand re-opening of the Ohio Statehouse. The front of the pamphlet includes letters from Ohio Governor George V. Voinovich, Executive Director of the Capitol Square Renovation Foundation Susan Board Lhota, and Senator Richard H. Finan. The back of the pamphlet includes a schedule of events featuring performances and family-friendly activities.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.015

1996.002 - 1996.002.015

Hand fan that was distributed to visitors at the Ohio Statehouse re-opening Capitol Gala.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.016

1996.002 - 1996.002.016

Program for "Ohio State Legislators Day" that was part of the Ohio Statehouse Opening Ceremonies. Inside, the program details the agenda, a welcome letter from then Senate President Stanley J. Aronoff and the Speaker of the House, Jo Ann Davidson, a list of members of the 121 Ohio General Assembly, and a "Special Thanks" page.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.017

1996.002 - 1996.002.017

Schedule from the Capitol Square Renovation Foundation that lists the events for the day honoring Ohio's then current and former State Legislators.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.023

1996.002 - 1996.002.023

This July 1996 special edition of "Columbus C.E.O. Magazine" features the Ohio Statehouse restoration. The front cover of the magazine features a photograph of the Ohio Statehouse and the title " A Capitol Revival" in gold letters. The magazine includes letters from Ohio Governor George Voinovich, Ohio Senator Richard H. Finan, and Capitol Revival Committee Executive Director Susan Board Lhota.The articles in the magazine focus on the Statehouse restoration and the extensive amount of work that went into the project, and the history of the buildings on Capitol Square. The back cover of the magazine features the same cover photograph of the Ohio Statehouse with a letter from the Smoot Cor

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.018

1996.002 - 1996.002.018

Poster that commemorates the July 3-9, 1996 celebration of "A Capitol Revival". The events that were held during this week celebrated the re-opening of the Ohio Statehouse after the extensive restoration project. The image on the poster includes the Ohio Statehouse cupola with balloons and ribbons in the foreground. A blue sky with white, fluffy clouds is in the background. The text surrounding the image reads: "A CAPITOL / REVIVAL / JULY 3rd-9th, 1996" A small red Capitol Revival logo is at the bottom of the poster.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.019

1996.002 - 1996.002.019

Poster that commemorates the July 3-9, 1996 celebration of "A Capitol Revival". The events that were held during this week celebrated the re-opening of the Ohio Statehouse after the extensive restoration project. The image on the poster includes the Ohio Statehouse with cupola and steps. In the foreground, there are beams of light and white stars. The text surrounding the image reads: " A CAPITOL REVIVAL / JULY 3rd-9th, 1996" A small blue Capitol Revival logo is at the bottom of the poster.

Image of 1996.002 - 1996.002.020

1996.002 - 1996.002.020

Wooden column that was found during the Ohio Senate Building restoration was used as an architect's model for reconstructing building details. The restoration of the Ohio Statehouse was completed in 1996 by Schooley Caldwell Associates.