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.
Help us continue preserving the heritage of Price Hill: Make a donation to the Price
Hill Historical Society simply by clicking the button at right.
Price Hill Historical Society P.O. Box 7020 Cincinnati, OH 45205-7020 513/251-2888
Copyright 2000-2015 Price Hill Historical Society
PRICE HILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY NEXT MEETING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 7:00 PM, WITH JOHN
KIESEWETTER AT THE PRICE HILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM
Longtime TV critic and entertainment writer John Kiesewetter shares "Stories I Never
Told You" in the Cincinnati Enquirer. His stories are about such local and national
notables as George and Nick Clooney, Marty Brennaman and Joe Nuxhall, David Letterman,
Jay Leno, Gary Burbank, Oprah Winfrey, Al Schottelkotte, and many others. He'll also
share his collection of funny headlines and newspaper corrections. Don’t forget to
bring a sweet or savory snack to share!
PRICE HILL-OPOLY STILL AVAILABLE!! $25 (plus tax) A few copies of the wildly popular Price Hill-Opoly are still available; call 513-251-2888 for details.