Aviation comes to Blue Ash

Learn the history and importance of aviation and how it helped develop Blue Ash in the early 1900s at the October 12 Hunt House Open House! This event is free and open to the public and is taking place in the North Tower Room at Summit Park.

The airport was originally known as Grisard Field and was founded in 1921 by the Grisard Company. In 1925, Eshelby Lunken and the Grisard Company sold the Blue Ash airfield to the Watson brothers. Grisard Field now became Watson Field. The Watson brothers sold the Blue Ash airport to the City of Cincinnati in 1946 and the airfield was renamed the Blue Ash airport.

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