MPB/KCB 35-10-04

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County
Carroll Co, OH
Sides Painted
1
Color
Black
Structure
Barn
Unique Characteristics
None
Still Standing
Yes
Credits
Photo 1 by Jim Langston. Photo 2 by Janice C. Petco. Photo 3 by Emerson Miller (1994 - from album donated by daughter Darlene Long). Photos 4 & 5 by Lonnie Schnauffer (Mar. 1999). Photos 6 & 7 by Gyla Schnauffer (Oct. 2001). Photo 8 by Mark Spearman. Photos 9-13 by unknown. Photo 14 by David Spring (Jan. 26, 2008). Photo 15 by Gregory S. Hamilton (Oct. 23, 2008). Photo 16 Google street view (Sept. 2013). Photo 17 Bing Map's bird's eye view. Photos 18 & 19 by David White (Sept. 15, 2014). Photos 20 & 21 by unknown (Warrick Family Collection). Photos 22-24 by Bill Eichelberger (Sept. 14, 2012).
Other Information
"The Algonquin Mill, built in 1826 by George Tope and now owned by the Carroll County Historical Society, is an operating steam-powered grist mill located four miles south of Carrollton, Ohio, on OH Rt. 322. It is the central feature of a 19th century rural Ohio village. It is the site of a festival celebrating pioneer life, that has been held the second weekend of October every year since 1970.

Photo 20 from the Warrick Family Collection shows that this barn was also a Kentucky Club Barn. The history of the park states that the old "Mill Barn" has always had either a Mail Pouch or a Kentucky Club sign on the north end. It was painted Mail Pouch by Harley during the 1978 festival.
Where to find it
OH Rt. 322, south of Carrollton by about 4.5 miles. At the Algonquin Mill Historical Site. One end. Black.
Latitude °
40° 30.79'
Longitude °
-81° 06.73'
Barn Map
Latitude: 40.51310072214944       Longitude:-81.11213146693422
Author: David Tower
Modified by: David Tower
Modified on: 19th Dec, 2015 12:38 AM
Item ID: 280

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