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Ohio Historical Society Foundation
1982 Velma Avenue
Columbus, OH 43211-2453
Belmont County, Ohiohttp://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohbelogs/ * Hutton Memorial Library * 308 E. Main Street * PO Box 434 * Barnesville, OH 43713 * 740-425-1651
http://www.genealogyinc.com/ohio/belmont-county/ Important cross-listing of other museums and research sites
Belmont County Museum * (740) 425-2926 * 532 N Chestnut St, Barnesville, OH 43713
Brookside(description of town: http://www.epodunk.com/cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=16416)
Blaine Hill Viaduct http://bridgestunnels.com/bridges/ohio/blaine-hill-viaduct-us-40/
Brewster Historical Society * OH 44613 * (330)-7670045
St. ClairsvilleBrick tavern http://www.buffalonews.com/life/travel/one-tank-trips/article717237.ece
Guernsey CountyGuernsey County offers a pamphlet describing its 25-stop National Road/U. S. 40 driving tour. Contact the Cambridge/ Guernsey County Visitors& Convention Bureau by phone at (800) 933-5480) or online at www.visitguernseycounty.com .
CambridgeHopalong Cassidy Museum * (740) 432-3364 * 127 S 10th St, Cambridge, OH 43725 * hcherry.com
National Cambridge Collectors * (740) 432-4245 * 136 S 9th St, Cambridge, OH 43725 * cambridgeglass.org
Guernsey County Museum * 218 N 8th St, Cambridge, OH * (740) 439-5884 * www.visitguernseycounty.com
Salt Fork Bridge http://www.buffalonews.com/life/travel/one-tank-trips/article717237.ece
Elizabethtown: Creighton House http://www.buffalonews.com/life/travel/one-tank-trips/article717237.ece
National Road-Zane Grey Museum * (740) 872-3143 * 8850 East Pike, Norwich, OH 43767
ZanesvillePioneer & Historical Society * 115 Jefferson St, Zanesville, OH * (740) 454-9500 |www.muskingumhistory.org
Dr Increase Mathews House * 304 Woodlawn Ave, Zanesville, OH * (740) 454-9500 * www.muskingumhistory.org
NOTE: Use http://local.search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A2KJjaklNMRPGlsAb.TumYlQ?p=Museums+Galleries&addr=Newark%2C+oh&fr2=sb-top§ion=map&type_param= to search for museums in each town.
Sherwood Davidson Msm-Hist Soc * S 4th St, Newark, OH * (740) 345-6525 * www.lchsohio.org
Licking County Historical * 6 N 6th St, Newark, OH * (740) 345-4898 * www.lchsohio.org
(Proprietors, dates, addresses from contemporary city directories.)
Lagonda House, operated by Sweny and Pitts from 1873 to 1876, by N.T. Judd 1877 to 1881, address northwest corner of High and Limestone.
Photograph, (before 1895?)
Dinner menu, Sunday October 8, 1882
Thanksgiving menu, 1883
News story of the burning
Murphy House, operated by J Murphy 1873-1874, address 120 E. Washington.
United States Hotel, and later Spangenburger House, operated by N. Spangenburger 1873-1884, address 179 East Main (175 East Main in 1994).
European Hotel, operated 1877 to 1884, address 36-38 East Main.
Murray House, operated 1873 to 1876 by W.H. Kauffman, address northwest corner of Main and Limestone.
Western House, operated by R Flowers 1873 to 1876, by M Edighoffer 1877 to 1884, address 81-83 West Main.
American House, operated by J.M. Clark & Sons1877 to 1884, address 86-88 West Main.
Edighoffer House, operated 1883-1884, no prioprietor given, address 185 West Main.
St. James Hotel, operated by C.E. Stuart 1877 to 1884, address northeaast corner Main and Limestone.
American House, operated by John S. Collis, active as a hotel 1873 to 1878, address 86-90 West Madison.
Union House, operated 1877 by D.A. Coe, address 71-73 South Market.
Arcade Hotel, operated 1883 to 1884, no proprietor or address given.
Pennsylvania House, built 1839, active as a tavern and inn about 1839 to 1865, address 1311 West Main (modern).
Vandalia. Museum. .emailed 2012.05.09
Eaton. Preble County Museum. .emailed 2012.05.09