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|description=Photographic postcard of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Kirkersville, Ohio, ca. 1905-1915. Photographic postcards are photographs developed on postcard paper.   Whedon S. Harriman, who operated a wholesale postcard business in Columbus between 1905 and 1915, produced this
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|description=Photographic postcard of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Kirkersville, Ohio, ca. 1905-1915. Photographic postcards are photographs developed on postcard paper. Whedon S. Harriman, who operated a wholesale postcard business in Columbus between 1905 and 1915, produced this photographic postcard. The frame-structure M.E. Church was built shortly after the founding of Kirkersville, a small village along the Licking River.
 
|date=5/31/2007 15:19
 
|date=5/31/2007 15:19
 
|source=Ohio Historical Society P 340, AL03760 from the Whedon Storrs Harriman Collection Collection.
 
|source=Ohio Historical Society P 340, AL03760 from the Whedon Storrs Harriman Collection Collection.

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Photographic postcard of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Kirkersville, Ohio, ca. 1905-1915. Photographic postcards are photographs developed on postcard paper. Whedon S. Harriman, who operated a wholesale postcard business in Columbus between 1905 and 1915, produced this photographic postcard. The frame-structure M.E. Church was built shortly after the founding of Kirkersville, a small village along the Licking River.

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Ohio Historical Society P 340, AL03760 from the Whedon Storrs Harriman Collection Collection.

Date

5/31/2007 15:19

Author

Whedon Storrs Harriman

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