Upper Alpha...

Rate this item
(1 Vote)
Alpha School Alpha School

Turn south on Alpha Drive, known long ago as Alpha-Shakertown Pike.  The roads have been re-configured over the years.  Alpha School #13, which was on the north side of Dayton-Xenia now sits on the south side.  

Dr. George Anderson, a prominent local physician, lived in the first house on the south side of the intersection now known as Whitey Marshall Drive.  The photo of Dr. Anderson below was taken Christmas Day, 1945 in the Marshall's home on Phil Hubbel Drive - the young boy is noted as Larry Mason.

Doc Anderson started the Alpha Dairy on the north side of Alpha, not far from the Beaver Grill.  His son Horace, who lived across Factory Road from the 'Grill' was the primary operator of the dairy.

Read 3062 times
Brett Williford

Re-introducing you to the Beavercreek you love... from 1803 to today!


Featured Image

Contact Info

Phone : 937-985-3223

Get Social