This is the man for whom Erlanger is named, Baron E. d'Erlanger.
You can read why in the Henry Childress' History of Erlanger, here.
|Edgar Arnett||James Tichenor|
These are the two men for whom Arnett Elementary and Tichenor Middle School are named. Curiously, the Tichenor Schools' web sites doesn't mention that fact.
|Kentucky Joe Anderson's Cafe, Erlanger. More about his boxing career is at this site. The group photo comes with a story.|
|1937 Dixie Club Softball Champs||Erlanger Base Ball Team
Key to who's in the pic, here.
W. J. Sheben, The
Erlanger Women's Club
This is Theodore Frelinghuysen Hallam, for whom Erlanger's Hallam Avenue is named.
|Erlanger Mail Men, when the Post Office was at Graves and Dixie||Erlanger Police Department.
Doug Whittamore tells us that's his grandfather, Harold Whittamore, 2nd from the right standing behind the man sitting.
|If you can identify any of these guys, please drop us an email.|
The Hanes Excelsior Hand Grenade
Read about an early hand grenade inventor, Erlanger's W. W. Hanes, here.
|This is Erlanger's Jimmy Viox.
Viox's bio is at this site; his major
league record is at this site.
Lloyd Girls' Basketball
We're indebted to the Erlanger Historical Society for many of the pictures you see here. Thanks, folks.