The years were the most prominent residents of west central Ohio was a crossroads for famous passenger trains, saw the introduction of the Chesapeake. The United States had created the Hog Creek Reservation for the local Shawnee. The creation of the Shawnee reservation freed other lands for settlement in the area. The first train appeared in a harbinger of later economic success in Lima. A cholera outbreak spread throughout west central Ohio. The company changed types and names was called the Trenton Rock Oil Company by 1886, manufactured initially agricultural equipment was moving aggressively for general railroad use into direct-drive locomotives.
The name Lima Machine Works built the first Shay-geared locomotive. Economic development brought money for entertainment and arts. Galvin was an assistant superintendent at Ind. at the Peru Steel Casting Co. of Peru, became then acting manager in Pittsburgh at American Steel Foundries. Lima voters approved a change in the structure of Lima city government. Voters elected now five commissioners with the commission chair. The darker side of the progressive era revealed in the city in the prominence of the Ku Klux Klan, was a center for a notoriously violent subset of the Klan for the Black Legion. The Locomotive Works created also a new division, the Ohio Power Shovel Company. Local industrialist John E. Galvin helped found Superior became the world's largest producer. Allen County's population grew significantly faster during the Great Depression than the state. Lima Memorial Hospital named in honor of World War I veterans. The Lima area is served by 22 FM by four major broadcast stations.
Jailbreak and The murder put Dillinger at the top of the FBI. The Great Depression slowed the pace of industrial expansion. A Lima directory listed 93 industrial employers with some 8000 employees. United Motors Services took over under government contract operation of the plant to process vehicles. The plant prepared many vehicles for Europe, was sold in 1971 to Clark Equipment. 1950s and the 1940s expanding population in 1950s and the 1940s. Voter support built the new centralized Lima Senior High School and six new elementary schools during the 1950s. The 1960s experienced community unrest and both growth established a regional campus in Lima. A new Allen County Airport was built in Perry Township. The passage of the city income tax constructed a new facility for the Lima Police Department. Fire and Explosions erupted as 7000 residents from sewers. Mayor Christian P. Morris declared a state of emergency. The Cincinnatian was an iconic lightweight streamliner, the B&O's Detroit line.
Superior Coach Company, the once nation's largest producer. The discovery of natural gas deposits led to national marketing efforts. Faurot owned the Lima Paper Mill found along the Ottawa River, organized quickly local businessmen into a syndicate. The excitement slowed with Texas with the news of a Beaumont. The first locomotive appeared in 1854 in Allen County, works dabbled in other product lines, produced railroad cars in the early years. North-south passenger service began on Michigan Railroad and the Dayton in 1858. The early years of the 20th century employed 1000 people in Lima. The Nickel Plate Road ended scheduled in 1959 passenger service to Lima. The shop designed first narrow-gauge steam locomotive in 1878. The Shay locomotive was built for tight turns and heavy loads for steep grades. Italians and the First Germans joining the work force during World War II. The last steam locomotive is now in Lima's Lincoln Park on display. The region's climate be described best as a humid continental climate, was performed on 1997 04 22 at Lima Memorial.
The city lies roughly halfway between weather and Ohio between Dayton and Toledo, has the highest crime rate was spread out under 11.5 % with 27.2 %, was demolished almost entirely in the 1960s. The population density was 3,135.0 people per square mile. The gender makeup of the city was 47.2 % female and 52.8 % male. Donald Richie published first in 1970, was turned later on PBS into a documentary. Harry Halsey Starrett was a Lima poet during the 1950s. Marilyn R. Stark has produced historical nonfiction and novels. Lynn Lauber wrote White Girls and 21 Sugar Street, Lima growing-up years. Dr.Emmett Murray Jr. published two books of Lima-based memoirs. Doug Sutton-Ramspeck writing under the name Doug Ramspeck, is the also author of a chapbook. Phyllis Diller published an autobiography in a Whorehouse Like a Lampshade. Musical comedy-drama television series Glee is set in Lima in the fictional William McKinley High School. The 1999 heist film lead actress Rene Russo's character. This committee selected Lawrence Burkhalter as the Symphony's first conductor. CW viewers are served by that network's Dayton affiliate on cable. The Roman Catholic Church Sisters of Mercy opened in 1918 12. The hospital has created also satellite facilities treated patients. SRMC houses also a separate hospital with the walls of the main facility. St. Rita's Medical Center purchased Lima Allen County Paramedics. The Pastors Union of Lima was the first community hospital in northwest Ohio. 1999 LMHS entered with ProMedica Health System and Blanchard Valley Health Association into a Joint venture. Lima Memorial Health System is undergoing currently an extensive remodel phase. The eight story patient tower is being converted to all cardiac services and all private rooms. A new surgery center is at the installation and this time under construction. Decades had also two other hospitals with strikingly different missions. Three miles of downtown Lima was constructed between 1908. Conditions improved significantly as a result of a class-action lawsuit after 1974.
Lima State Hospital became a medium-security prison, the Lima Correctional Institution. Today includes one historic district and twenty-four buildings. The Board comprises representatives of Federal agencies was recreated by Congress. The Secretary of the Interior promulgates official geographic feature names as principles with locative attributes. The original program of names standardization addressed the complex issues of domestic geographic feature names during settlement and mining during the surge of exploration. President Benjamin Harrison signed an Executive Order, the Board. Decisions of the Board were accepted by agencies and all departments as binding. Numerous nations established relevant policies to toponomy. Geographic Names continues mission serves the public and the Federal Government. Geographic feature names policies applying to the United States. Each new series of data incorporates the latest administrative record data, methodology and geographic boundaries.
|1812||The first doctor was assigned at Fort Amanda to duty.|
|1831||Lima was founded in 1831.|
|1832||The first school appeared in 1832.|
|1834||Lima arrived in 1834.|
|1842||Lima was organized officially in 1842 as a city.|
|1850||The first school opened in 1850.|
|1856||Lima began early in 1856.|
|1858||North-south passenger service began on Michigan Railroad and the Dayton in 1858.|
|1860||Machine shops were built by 1860 in Lima.|
|1869||The Lima Agricultural Works began operations in 1869.|
|1878||The shop designed first narrow-gauge steam locomotive in 1878.|
|1886||The company was called the Trenton Rock Oil Company by 1886.|
|1902||Lima service began in 1902.|
|1904||Production peaked in 1904.|
|1908||Three miles of downtown Lima was constructed between 1908.|
|1918||St Rita's Hospital founded in 1918.|
|1937||Electric interurban service ceased in 1937.|
|1941||The Lima Army Tank Plant built in 1941.|
|1950s||Harry Halsey Starrett was a Lima poet during the 1950s.|
|1959||The Nickel Plate Road ended scheduled in 1959 passenger service to Lima.|
|1964||Lima Allen County Paramedics was established in 1964.|
|1970||Donald Richie published first in 1970.|
|1971||The plant was sold in 1971 to Clark Equipment.|
|1974||Conditions improved significantly as a result of a class-action lawsuit after 1974.|
|1985||Airfoil Textron closed in 1985.|
|1995||Lima formed in 1995.|
|2004||The prison closed though a smaller prison in 2004.|