Etna

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Etna, Licking County, Ohio

1920 Population - no records available

         Equal distance between Columbus and Newark, Etna was an unincorporated village sparse in population. A small Methodist Episcopal church is in three of the four photos and is still standing in 2019 although no longer used as a church.

The photo was taken on West Main Street (National Road) looking east.

Photo from the Alex Campbell Collection, circa 1910.

The camera, still looking east, has been moved about three houses to the east.   The steeple of the Methodist Episcopal Church in visible on the right. It looks like it is mud season in Etna.

Photo from the Alex Campbell Collection, circa 1910.

A good view of the church and to the right, the general store/post office.   The church is on the south side of Main Street.   Crossing Main Street on the east side of the church is the Hazelton-Etna Road.

Photo from the Alex Campbell Collection, circa 1910.

The camera is turned to the west.   Another store front is visible on the left with a telephone company service sign showing.   The pole line on the north side of Main Street carried telephone and telegraph wires.

Photo from the Dale Dickey Collection, circa 1910

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