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Chardon, Ohio Historical Markers

 
"Old" Chardon Post Office Marker image, Touch for more information
By Mike Wintermantel, August 31, 2018
"Old" Chardon Post Office Marker
Ohio (Geauga County), Chardon — 14-28 — "Old" Chardon Post Office
Side A Listed on the National register of Historic Places in 1974, this building was the post office from 1940 through 1986. It is an example of the Colonial Revival style common in the 1930s and 1940s. The exterior brick work, large . . . — Map (db m122787) HM
Ohio (Geauga County), Chardon — 1-28 — Chardon Business District
On Main Street 0.1 miles north of Water Street (U.S. 6), on the right when traveling south.
Side A Chardon was designated the county seat of Geauga County in 1808. On July 25, 1868, the entire village business district (now Main Street) was destroyed by fire, including forty businesses, offices, meeting halls, and the 1824 . . . — Map (db m122789) HM
Ohio (Geauga County), Chardon — 2-28 — Chardon Business District / Geauga County Courthouse
On Main Street 0.1 miles south of North Hambden Street (U.S. 6), on the right when traveling south.
Side A This block of Main Street overlooks the Geauga County Courthouse, which was built in 1869. The courthouse and the Main Street buildings, together which compose a district that has been entered on the National Register of Historic . . . — Map (db m122788) HM
Ohio (Geauga County), Chardon — 8-28 — Fowlers Mill Historic District / A.B. Carlson Building
Near Mayfield Road (U.S. 322) 0.1 miles east of Fowlers Mill Road.
Side A Fowler's Mill Historic District Fowlers Mill (originally Fowler's Mills) developed around a group of mills built in the 1830s on the Chagrin River. Opportunities from these mills led to Fowlers Mill becoming the commercial . . . — Map (db m122784) HM
Ohio (Geauga County), Chardon — 7-28 — Fowlers Mill Historic District / Fowlers Mill
On Fowlers Mill Road 0.1 miles north of Mayfield Road (U.S. 322), on the right when traveling south.
Side A Fowler's Mill Historic District Fowlers Mill (originally Fowler's Mills) developed around a group of mills built in the 1830s on the Chagrin River. Opportunities from these mills led to Fowlers Mill becoming the commercial . . . — Map (db m122785) HM

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