The night deposit box on the front façade of the building was expanded to hold a diorama of the Price Hill Incline created by Roy Hotchkiss. The diorama extends into the original lobby of the Provident Bank. The front and back sides of the first floor are separated by the original counter of the bank, complete with original drawers, cabinets, and file cabinets. used by the tellers. There were also two small safes in this area that have been removed. There are still two large safes in the back part of the first floor that originally held money and safety deposit boxes and are now used for photo storage and displays.
The library is now located where the teller area used to be. Behind the library are our offices, restrooms, and a kitchen. There is a large area going back in a separate wing that is used for storage and has access to the basement and the second floor. We now have a lift that connects the first and second floors that allows accessible access to our museum displays. There is also a stairway that leads to the outside of the building.
Among the items displayed on the first floor are a large square piano, donated by the Price Hill Methodist Church, and two large pictures of the city of Cincinnati as seen from Price Hill that once hung in the Fifth Third bank at the corner of Glenway and Cleve Warsaw.