One of Columbus' most legendary restaurants, the Grandview Inn, served as a venue for live jazz, hosting many nationally known jazz groups in the 1950s and '60s, and was known for its exceptional dining. The restaurant was closed, the building used briefly as a church, and was then razed to make way for a Tim Hortons in 2001.

One of Columbus' most legendary restaurants, the Grandview Inn, was located on Dublin Road just west of Grandview Avenue on the site of the Walcutt family homestead.

The inn served as a venue for live jazz, hosting many nationally known jazz groups in the 1950s and '60s, and was known for its exceptional dining.

The restaurant was closed, the building used briefly as a church, and was then razed to make way for a Tim Hortons in 2001.

This late 1940s image is from a collection housed at Duke University that features photographs of outdoor advertising all across the United States.

The many companies that did this kind of advertising included the Columbus Outdoor Advertising Co., which has many billboards captured on film and stored in the Duke collection.