Framed Walnut Hill by Addison H Clipson, signed and numbered
This framed Walnut Hill by Addison H Clipson was made in 1983 and was part of a limited run (195/200). It depicts the home of the Reverend James S. Kemper that was build near Cincinnati, Ohio in 1804. Rev. James S. Kemper was the first ordained minister in Ohio in 1791. In 1793 he moved his family to land far outside the protection of Fort Washington and built a simple block house that he named "Walnut Hill" due to all of the walnut trees in the area. Yes, this is how Walnut Hills was named. In 1804 Kemper built the pictured log cabin. This cabin was moved and is now located in the Heritage Village Museum in Sharonville, Ohio. Click here if you would like to learn more about Rev. Kemper
Dimension: 22x 17"