Journey back in time through the lens of Henry Roehrs in an exhibit of his photographs of Defiance at the turn of the last century.
As cameras and film became available to amateur photographers, Henry Roehrs joined others, like Edward Bronson, snapping pictures of his hometown. Roehrs documented public buildings, businesses, the canal and railroads, and events in Defiance from the early 1900’s. Thanks to a donation of these photos by his granddaughter, Rita Meier, we are able to share them with the community. She will be present at the opening. Please join us December 2, for a glimpse of Defiance a century ago.
The Tuttle has an easy access entrance.