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    These Fenton glass bells are etched with Edith Hart Smith’s picture of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. In a specially commissioned shape, the bells are available in ruby red, deep green, and cobalt blue.


    These snowy white Christmas ornaments include a red design commemorating St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.


    Picture portfolios from 1999 and 2000 with sepia-toned photos of historical Hicksville people and places. Calendar pages included.


    These 100% cotton Hicksville afghans feature faces and places from Hicksville’s past. They are available in red and natural. Take a look at the page in our “Research” section that describes the details featured on the afghans

    SOLD OUT-NO LONGER AVAILABLE


    1958 Color: swimming pool, high school, First Methodist Church, St. Michael’s Catholic Church.

     

    Turn of the Last Century: Christian Church, Water Works Park, Cemetery entrance, G. K. Otis residence, snow scene (Applegate house).

     

    Late 20th Century: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, old/new Hicksville.


    Covering the history of Hicksville from 1875 to 1975, this book by James R. Battershell Jr., is packed with pictures and chronicles 100 years of progress.


    This painted wood block cut out depicting St. Paul’s Episcopal Church includes historical information.

    Please add $9 for shipping charges. Checks may be made payable to Hicksville Historical Society. The sale of these items helps to maintain historical sites and fund the preservation of artifacts. Thank you.

     

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    signed watercolors by Edith H. Smith.

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    The Hicksville Historical Society, Inc.
    PO Box 162
    Hicksville, OH 43526

     

     

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