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.
Price Hill Historical Society P.O. Box 7020 Cincinnati, OH 45205-7020 513/251-2888
Copyright 2000-2012 Price Hill Historical Society
“Treasure from the Trash”
The painting at left donated to the PHHS turns out to be a signed portrait by famed
Cincinnati artist Henry Farny of his wife Ann Ray Farny. Read more about it here
and in the Cincinnati Enquirer articles here and in the Cincinnati Examiner here.
(Call 513.251.2888 to make a bid.)
The Price Hill Historical Society Museum is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00
pm to 4:00 pm or by appointment (call 513.251.2888). Our NEXT MEETING is Wednesday,
March 6, at the PHHS Museum, 3640 Warsaw Ave.