Throwback Thursday: City from the sky


In this bird’s-eye view of Wilmington, note that the “Washington Oak” which was recently damaged during the ice storm stands not-so-tall at the northwest corner of the courthouse square. Note also that the post office (now the Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office) is under construction in the top middle/left of the photo, meaning the photo was taken around 1929. This photo is courtesy of Greg Hart, whose father-in-law, Bill Vandervort, was a mail carrier.

In this bird’s-eye view of Wilmington, note that the “Washington Oak” which was recently damaged during the ice storm stands not-so-tall at the northwest corner of the courthouse square. Note also that the post office (now the Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office) is under construction in the top middle/left of the photo, meaning the photo was taken around 1929. This photo is courtesy of Greg Hart, whose father-in-law, Bill Vandervort, was a mail carrier.


In this bird’s-eye view of Wilmington, note that the “Washington Oak” which was recently damaged during the ice storm stands not-so-tall at the northwest corner of the courthouse square. Note also that the post office (now the Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office) is under construction in the top middle/left of the photo, meaning the photo was taken around 1929. This photo is courtesy of Greg Hart, whose father-in-law, Bill Vandervort, was a mail carrier.

In this bird’s-eye view of Wilmington, note that the “Washington Oak” which was recently damaged during the ice storm stands not-so-tall at the northwest corner of the courthouse square. Note also that the post office (now the Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office) is under construction in the top middle/left of the photo, meaning the photo was taken around 1929. This photo is courtesy of Greg Hart, whose father-in-law, Bill Vandervort, was a mail carrier.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/12/web1_DSC_0336.jpgIn this bird’s-eye view of Wilmington, note that the “Washington Oak” which was recently damaged during the ice storm stands not-so-tall at the northwest corner of the courthouse square. Note also that the post office (now the Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office) is under construction in the top middle/left of the photo, meaning the photo was taken around 1929. This photo is courtesy of Greg Hart, whose father-in-law, Bill Vandervort, was a mail carrier.