|J. Weingartner Planing Mill
Manufacturers of Doors Blinds & Sash
Dealers in Lumber, Shingles & Laths
(This is an old photograph, which has two
addresses on the back, 305 Monmouth
and 1027 Monmouth, and date 1876)
Later they were on Saratoga . . .
Maerton Brothers Flour & Feed, c. 1890
|A. J. Livingston's Wholesale
and Retail Cigar Emporium,
“ Newport, Kentucky, USA”
Livingston's was on the southeast
corner of 5th and York, in 1910
|The tin shop of Rudolph
|Colonial Theater, 943 Monmouth
Note Krogers on the right. (Barney Kroger lived at 624 Monroe, between Sixth and Seventh, and was married at Immaculate Conception in Newport.)
|The Strand, 1945
Opened in 1916, the Strand at 827 Monmouth St. in Newport was purchased by Gus Phillips in 1927 for $140,000. This was the site of Northern Kentucky's first “talking” movie, In Old Arizona, in 1929.
|Louis Marx & Bros. Furniture
|Louis Marx & Brothers
(Louis, and brothers Milton and Simon)
Fred Miller's Lumber was at 1028 Monmouth. No idea where this was taken.
Note the Marx Furniture ad on his umbrella. 1910.
Dixie Chili is on the web here.
|Becker Brothers Meats, 942 Monmouth, c.1930's
from a Facebook Post by Mike Becker
|Gieskemeyer & Wikler's
believed to be on Monmouth.
Note the dog on a stretcher.
|Dr. Jacob and Jack Winkler's
Small Animal Hospital,
|from Facebook posts by Barbara Sparks Rawe|
|A. Ebert & Sons Meat Market
937 Monmouth Street
Milk and Dairy, 1898,
642 Monmouth Street
Read more about Raymond Lippert and his business here. (pdf)
|Eilerman's Mens Stores
Newport Store at 818 Monmouth
Thanks to R J Yoder for the image!
|Eilerman's Mens Stores
Newport Store at 818 Monmouth
|A Description of the Newport Eilerman Building is here.|
The Fischer Brothers, Hardware & Farm Implements had three locations: in Covington, 1046 Madison; in Newport, 729 Monmouth; and in Latonia, at 10 W. Southern. In the image here, the Covington location is in the center/left. We assume that's Newport on the right, and Latonia on the top.
|603 Monmouth, c. 1930
Home of the Kentucky Division
of the American Automobile Club
|Barker House Hotel, 1922
Ninth & Monmouth
|Site prep at the shopping center.
from the Facebook page of the Newport Shopping Center
|The shopping center in the early 1960's
from a Facebook post by Joy Friday
| Walt's Bowling Center in the
Newport Shopping Center, 1959
|There were two grand openings for the shopping center. The first stores opened in 1955, and they celebrated that, and then when all the stores had opened, they had another grand opening, as shown here. The ad is from a Facebook post by Barbara Sparks Rawe|
|Newport Shopping Center
when it opened, in 1955.
Read more about that, here.
|Two pics of the addition to the shopping center
from 1981, before the addition was built.
Kinda dull, but we see Frisch's in the lower left
of the picture on the left.
|Neltner's, From a Facebook post by KOI Auto Parts||Neltners, 1952
across US 27 from Newport
|Looking East 18th St./Neltners, November 19, 1954, to what's becoming the Newport Shopping Center
from a Facebook post by Bev Achzehner Harber
|Fausz Brothers Restaurant
from Facebook posts by Louise Mcgue
from a Facebook post by Ron Hofstede
from a Facebook post at Old Photos
of Northern Kentucky
|Menu from a Facebook post by Barbara Sparks Rawe|
Roughly where there's a Penn Station now,
across from Walgreens.
100 years ago, across from the tollgate that stood where Walgreens is.
from a Facebook posting by Shirley Turner
7th & Monmouth
|N. C. Davis, Millinery,
623 York, 1907
|Rose Landy's Millinery,
807 Monmouth, 1907
Crystal Chili, 1955
|Campbell County Motors, Inc.
1028-32 Monmouth Street,
New Cars - New Trucks
Used Cars Used Trucks
“Our Greatest Aim - To Satisfy”
|Koehler Brothers Auto Sales,
1 block from the end of the free bridge
3 minutes from Fountain Square
|Two views of the same business. Represented
to us as “on Monmouth Street.”
|The Val Weber Bakery on the north west
corner of Dayton and Harris Streets
John Steinhauser was a jeweler and watchmaker.
This store is believed to be at 141 Monmouth
|W. F. Miller, Cutlery, Hardware & Guns 817 Monmouth||Steelman and Wagner Wholesale and Retail Grocers
Nos 1006 and 1008 Monmouth Street
|The Newport Mutual Fire Insurance Company
Offices at No 5 East Fifth Street
|Knight & McGinniss,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Corner
Fourth and Monmouth Streets
Frances Scholle compiled a list of Breweries that existed in Campbell county. It's here (pdf).
|Descriptions of four Newport Businesses from 1891.|
This is a list of many - not all -
Newport business in 1917, and lists the number of people each employed.
from the Twenty-Second Biennial Report of the Bureau of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics of Kentucky for 1916-1917. The column marked "C" is for children
Newport Milling Co, c. 1901
|“Newport, Ky., Feb. 10. - At an early hour Wednesday morning, Newport was visited by a $10,000 blaze. The fire almost totally destroyed the Wehenbold Milling Co.'s mill at 11th and Monmouth streets. The sire started on the third floor of the mill from unknown causes. It is thought, however, that it was due to spontaneous combustion.” from Richmond, Kentucky's The Climax, Feb. 17, 1897.||“Newport, Ky., July 19. - Fire started this evening in the oil room of Unnewehr's sawmill, probably caused by a gasoline explosion. Within two hours the flames, fanned by a strong breeze, had spread two squares south and east two blocks. The Covington (Ky.) and Cincinnati fire departments were called on and sent a number of engines. Fifty families are rendered homeless. Loss estimated to be between $125,000 and $150,000, with but comparatively little insurance.” NY Times, July 20, 1898.|
|“A firm in Newport lately shipped to Boston, Mass., 50,000 feet of poplar backing for picture frames, and 75,000 feet of drawer bottom material.” Courier-Journal, August 9, 1870||Canon explodes inside a Monmouth Street Bar.|
|We have no idea where in
Newport's Hooper and Ferris'
Nursery was located in 1846.
1895, Telephone 4160
|Stone & Veith
|H. Minges & Sons
|Costigan & Roll Funeral Home, 1908||Old Brown Jug Distillery||C. Sinning,
Tea Caddies, 1886
|Newport Sand Bank