OTR Museum shares documents, photos at History Harvest

On Sunday, people who have lived or worked in OTR got a chance to share that history with each other (WKRC)

OVER-THE-RHINE, Ohio (WKRC) - Over-the-Rhine is rich in history.

On Sunday, people who have lived or worked in OTR got a chance to share that history with each other.

The Over-the-Rhine Museum called it a History Harvest.

Neighbors and others got a chance to share documents, photos and, of course, stories with historians.

Michael and Shirley Russo have been married 55 years. They both grew up in Over-the-Rhine.

Shirley brought several photos and newspaper clippings.

"Findley Market, I used to work down here," said Michael Russo. "We'd get up at 4 o'clock in the morning, come down here and setup the stand, work 'til 8 o'clock at night. I was 14."

The Over-the-Rhine Museum does not have a physical building yet, but it's working toward that goal by 2020.

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