WELCOME! The Price Hill Historical Society was formed to preserve the history of a unique area in the western hills of Cincinnati, Ohio. Once reached by an incline that carried passengers and cargo up the steep slope, Price Hill promised fresh air, suburban living, and tree-shaded walks. Today, the chiming bells of the trolley cars may be a distant memory, but Price Hill retains much of its turn-of-the-century charm. We celebrate the people, the neighborhood, and the history of Price Hill by publishing books, presenting community events, and serving as a resource to anyone who wants to know more about our history.

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THE CURMUDGEON

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PRICE HILL HISTORIC SITES MAP

Price Hill Historical Society Special Events
Price Hill Historical Society Special Events
Price Hill Historical Society Special Events
Price Hill Historical Society Special Events
Price Hill Historical Society Special Events
Price Hill Historical Society Special Events
Price Hill Historical Society Special Events
Price Hill Historical Society Special Events
Price Hill Historical Society Special Events
Price Hill Historical Society Special Events

The Price Hill Historical Society
Museum is open Tuesdays & Thursdays
from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, or by appointment
(call 513.251.2888).

Stop by to see the new exhibits
in our upstairs galleries!

Next meeting of the PHHS is
Wednesday, April 1, at 7:00 pm

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PRICE HILL
HISTORICAL
SOCIETY
TODAY!

Price Hill Historical Society P.O. Box 7020 Cincinnati, OH 45205-7020 513/251-2888 phhs@pricehill.org

Copyright 2000-2014 Price Hill Historical Society

25th
Anniversary
1990-2015
BoldFacePress
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to learn more about the PHHS’s publishing venture.
April 1, 2015
The Distinctive Suburb Reunites!
Breaking news–the City of Cincinnati announced today that East and West Price Hill would be reunited into one very large neighborhood again. We await further developments, as the Price Hill Historical Society has always thought of it as one neighborhood. No word on whether the 100-year-old Price Hill Civic Club or the 70-year-old East Price Hill Improvement Association will represent this behemoth–and distinctive–suburb.