Thursday, December 02, 1999

Put yourself in historic photograph




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        In coming weeks, Enquirer photographers will take pictures at four well-known locations throughout the Tristate. Everyone in those communities is invited.

        The pictures will appear in the “2000 Faces of Cincinnati” section Jan. 1.

        Dates and places:

        • Saturday, downtown Lebanon — People standing along Broadway during the Historic Lebanon Christmas Parade will be photographed at 1:30 p.m.

        • Saturday, Eden Park — Meet at the old reservoir area at 4 p.m.

        • Tuesday, Butler County Soldiers, Sailors and Pioneers Monument, Hamilton — Picture will be taken at 12:30 p.m. at the monument, Monument and High streets.

        • Dec. 11, MainStrasse Village, Covington — Meet at the fountain at noon.

       



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