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4"x5" film photography series developed around the architecture of historical downtown Sidney,Ohio. Film was hand developed, scanned and edited … Read More
4"x5" film photography series developed around the architecture of historical downtown Sidney,Ohio. Film was hand developed, scanned and edited and then printed. Read Less
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Sidney, Ohio was founded in 1819 with the donation of seventy arces, located by the Great Maimi River by Charles Starrett. From 1840 to 1913, the Maimi Erie Canal made Sidney a town of trade and export. As use of the canals declined, railroads developed continuing this tradition. The development of the Instertate System in the 1950s, took over as Sidney’s main transporation outlet. In 1964 it earned the title of “All-American City.”