Clark County, Ohio

History and Genealogy

Springfield High School Class of 1951

Print Shop

Ross A. Todd
Ross A. Todd
Helen ConwellHelen Conwell, linotypist

Way down in the sub-basement where only a privileged few have ever had a chance to go, there is a long narrow room that is really a business in itself. Here are printed the endless number of forms, tickets, programs, grade cards, diplomas, etc. that are required by the Springfield Public Schools. Here, too, the Herald is printed and the football and basketball programs; here the type is set ofr the Yearbook and proofs prepared for making up the pages.

Mr. R. A. Todd, in addition to supervising the work of the print shop, teaches printing. He is assisted by Mrs. Helen Conwell, linotypist, and, by Mr. Homer LeFever, who retired last year as master printer, but who will come in to help out when he is needed.

Print Shop
The Print Shop and two student printers


Ohio Genealogy



Battle of Piqua



City Charter

County Politics and Roster of Officers

Early Clark County

George Rogers Clark

Clark-Shawnee Centennial

Education in Clark County

Ghost Towns

Indians in Clark County

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Simon Kenton

Military History


The National Road


The Old Northwest




Springfield in 1852

Springfield in 1859

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Springfield History

SHS 1951 Yearbook

State and County Government

Then & Now

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