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The Tharp House
Lebanon, Ohio
Arne H Trelvik on 12 May 2005
Photo of Historical Marker erected by the Lebanon Rotary Club
The house is located in the northwest corner of Section 5, Township 5E Range 3N. It is immediately adjacent to the southeast corner of the "public square" which occupied the 4 lots at the intersection of Main Street and Broadway
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Historical Marker
erected by the Lebanon Rotary Club
Front (north) and west side West side Rear (south) and west side
(looking across public square at southeast corner of Main Street and Broadway)

The Tharp House

The house at 9 and 11 East Main Street may be the oldest building still standing in Lebanon. Located on Lot No. 1, it was built between 1807 and 1814. In less than 20 years Lebanon grew from a frontier settlement, with fewer than 10 men in1803, to a thriving village of nearly 2,000 citizens in 1820

Lebanon Rotary Club - Chartered 1920

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