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Did you ever wonder what the region looked like to this nation’s white pioneers? Columnist Roy Booth shares his thoughts.
Carved ivory is an art that is all but lost, says columnist Roy Booth.
A presentation by barn detectives Lawrence Drake Sulzer and Rudy R. Christian was part of the first day of the Ohio Barn Conference IV.
Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about the evolution of the carousel.
Why not pick up a piece of soap and start carving? Columnist Roy Booth tells us that carving has been a standard in our lives for centuries.
Where did music get its start? Some may say the soul has always heard music, but columnist Roy Booth points us to the earthly start.
Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about the necessary parallel of the automobile industry and agriculture business.
Antique columnist Roy Booth remembers the sight of steam and tapping during sugar season.
They don’t make picnics like they used to, says columnist Roy Booth.
A person who loves books is never lacking a companion, observes columnist Roy Booth.
The fourth annual Ohio Barn Conference is April 25-26 in Ross County.
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