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Friends (Quaker) Meetinghouse
Like the smaller Quaker Meetinghouse at West Branch, this one is essentially a very late Federal/Greek Revival building, a single-story clapboard structure covered by a gable roof, with a porch running down one side. It is said to be similar to other Quaker meetinghouses built earlier in Ohio.
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