GLENDALE OHIO HISTORIC LANDMARKS MINIATURES Limited Edition Glendale Town Hall 1875 De Camp House 1885
GLENDALE OHIO HISTORIC LANDMARKS MINIATURES Limited Edition Swedenborgian Church 1861 Police Station 1871
GLENDALE OHIO HISTORIC LANDMARKS MINIATURES Limited Edition C.H. & D Railroad Station Circa 1851 Knowlton Gallagher House 1855
GLENDALE OHIO HISTORIC LANDMARKS MINIATURES Limited Edition Harkness House 1852 First Presbyterian Church of Glendale 1860
GLENDALE OHIO HISTORIC LANDMARKS MINIATURES Limited Edition C.H. Allen House Circa 1856 Glendale Water Tower 1892
GLENDALE OHIO HISTORIC LANDMARKS MINIATURES Limited Edition Livery Stable 1870 Christ Church Circa 1869

GLENDALE OHIO HISTORIC LANDMARKS Limited Edition Set of Twelve Hand Crafted Miniatures

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A rare miniature collection of twelve (12) GLENDALE OHIO HISTORIC LANDMARKS MINIATURES.

The set of historic structures includes churches, businesses and homes. Each miniature features the Glendale black squirrel in recognition of Glendale as the home to one of the largest populations of the furry black squirrel.

The limited edition series of twelve (12) miniatures is similar to Cat's Meow is hand-painted and designed by local Cincinnati area artists.

  1. Glendale Town Hall 1875 - Designed by Addison Clipson and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1992. Numbered 30/400 on the bottom. 5 1/2" wide x 6 1/8" high
  2. De Camp House 1885 - Designed by Gene Melton and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1993. Numbered 30/400 on the bottom. 5 1/4" wide x 4 1/4" high
  3. Swedenborgian Church 1861 - Desigend by Gene Melton and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1993. Numbered 30/400 on the bottom. 5 1/4 wide x 6" high
  4. Police Station 1871 - Designed by Calista Bockenstette and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1994. Numbered 30/400 on the bottom. 5 1/4" wide x 4 1/2" high
  5. C.H. & D Railroad Station Circa 1851 - Designed by Fran Hall and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1995. Numbered 30/400 on the bottom. 6 1/2" wide x 4 1/2" high
  6. Knowlton Gallagher House 1855 - Designed by Arleen Hoeweler and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1995. Numbered 30/400 on the bottom. 5 1/4 wide x 4 1/4 high
  7. Harkness House 1852 - Designed by Sherry VeVerka and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1996. Numbered 30/400 on the bottom. 4 1/2 wide x 5 1/4" high
  8. First Presbyterian Church of Glendale 1860 - Designed by Cindy Youse and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1997. Numbered 61/400 on the bottom and marked #8 in the series. 5 1/4" wide x 5 7/8" high
  9. C.H. Allen House Circa 1856 - Designed by Sandy Palmer and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1997. Numbered 30/400 on the bottom and marked #9 in the series. 4 7/8" wide x 4 3/4" high
  10. Glendale Water Tower 1892 - Designed by Jack Howard and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1998. Numbered 30/400 on the bottom and marked #10 in the series. 2 1/4" wide x 6 1/8" high
  11. Livery Stable 1870 - Designed by Debbie Grueninger and hand-painted by Nancy Butts in 1999. Numbered 30/400 on the bottom and marked #11 in the series. 5 1/2" x 4" high
  12. Christ Church Circa 1869 - Designed by Tom Dusterberg and hand-painted by Cindy Vice (no date listed). Numbered 30/400 on the back and marked #12 in the series. 5" wide x 7" high

The handcrafted wood buildings are designed to be displayed as a keepsake on a shelf, desk, mantle, wainscoting or perched on the trim above your window or door.

THE LISTING IS FOR THE COMPLETE SET OF TWELVE (12).

Enjoy your shopping!

Glendale Ohio Black Squirrel History

Glendale traces its history of its legendary black squirrel population to the 1940s, when Thomas Carruthers, a Glendale businessman and Procter & Gamble heir, brought two pairs of black squirrels back from his summer home in Harbor Springs, Michigan.

Within a few short weeks, someone shot one of the squirrels and displayed it in a local tavern.  However, the remaining trio continued to populate and now Glendale is known for one of the largest population of black squirrels in the United States.

The village is proud of its black squirrel population and has given the squirrel status as "Official Village Greeter."  They also celebrated their 150th anniversary with 4-foot fiberglass squirrels designed and painted by local artists placed throughout the village.

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