MPS 35-25-12

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Franklin Co, OH
Sides Painted
Other Building
Unique Characteristics
Still Standing
Covered over
Photo 1 by unknown (1985) Courtesy of the Southwest Franklin County Historical Society.
Photo 2 by unknown. (ca. late 1800's - early 1900's).
Photo 3 by unknown (June 30, 2010).
Photos 4 & 5 by unknown.
Photo 6 by unknown (Oct. 2009).
Photos 7 & 8 Google street views (July 2009).
Other Information
Photo 1 shows the Mail Pouch sign as it was discovered in 1985 during the renovation of the building. The good news is that Jim Hale of the Southwest Franklin County Historical Society believes that the Mail Pouch sign is still there on the south side of the building under the new siding.
Photo 2 shows the Endres Boarding House, one of the oldest buildings in Grove City, Ohio. Built in 1854 and originally a stagecoach stop on the route from Mt. Sterling to Columbus. (Now OH Rt. 62). In the 20th Century it served various functions - boarding house, restaurant, saloon and bar. When it was renovated, during the Grove City Town Center development, in 1985 an original MP sign was uncovered. Photos 3-6 are photographs of a town mural showing the fancied original painting of the sign and Photo 7 & 8 (Google Earth street views), show the building today.
Where to find it
*GONE (Concealed under new siding)* Address 4022 Broadway (OH Rt. 62) in Grove City. One side. Two-story building. Black.
Latitude °
39° 52.92'
Longitude °
-83° 05.59'
Barn Map
Latitude: 39.88221066911812       Longitude:-83.09325566197128
Author: David Tower
Modified by: David Tower
Modified on: 27th Jan, 2018 02:14 PM
Item ID: 476

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