Cincinnati USA Regional ChamberGrowing the vibrancy and
economic prosperity of our region

In This Issue:

    March 25, 2014

    Chamber's devastating fire remembered still today

    Richardson Sculpture
    University of Cincinnati Architecture students designed and constructed this memorial to H.H. Richardson in Burnet Woods across the street from DAAP in 1972. Photo by Jay Yocis

    Perhaps the Business Courier headline summed it up best with this:"Chamber's fiery loss was community's gain".  They were referring to Dan Hurley's latest monthly column that celebrates the Chamber's 175th anniversary.

    This month, Hurley, the Chamber's Director of Leadership Cincinnati and local historian, describes a deadly fire that destroyed the Chamber's building more than a century ago. Read about the ill-fated decision that kept that building from being rebuilt, and how today, you can still see and touch parts of that building.

    Additionally, all of Dan's monthly columns and more on the Chamber's history and 175th anniversary can be found on the Chamber's history page.

Latest News

  • Tell the Cincy story with these talent recruitment cards.

    Learn More