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Scene of the first state buildings in Columbus, Ohio. The first Statehouse, located on the corner of High and State Streets, can be seen on the right with its tall third-story central balcony. The State Offices building is located in the middle (note the signs reading "Secretary," "Treasurer," and "Auditor"). The image is from a wood engraving done by William Riches, and was taken from "Columbus, Ohio: Its History, Resources, and Progress," by Jacob Henry Studer, ca. 1830.
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