A History of Lucasville Ohio: A Digital GalleryMain MenuThe History of Lucasville, Ohio : A Virtual ExhibitThe History of Lucasville, OhioThe Lucasville Historical SocietyBehind the Scenes of the CollectionThe CollectionA brief history and visual representation of Lucasville's history.Resources and Useful WebpagesThe Ohio Field School - Center for Folklore Studies OSU d3215a55d81ccd40ca769f59020e951bf05ec0cb
12019-04-15T20:35:28-07:00The Ohio Field School - Center for Folklore Studies OSU d3215a55d81ccd40ca769f59020e951bf05ec0cb334051Christmas card with images around Lucasville, including the First Methodist Church in 1849, Lucasville prior to 1900, the Old Elevator, before the fire of 1943, and the Old Lucas In in 1819.plain2019-04-15T20:35:28-07:00The Ohio Field School - Center for Folklore Studies OSU d3215a55d81ccd40ca769f59020e951bf05ec0cb
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1media/merge_from_ofoct copy 7.jpg2019-04-08T20:11:32-07:00Historic Postcards7A collection of postcards sent and received by residents of Lucasvilleplain2019-04-17T02:52:43-07:00Postcards were used as a central means of communication throughout the late 1800s and early 1900s. Their convenient design allowing for quick exchanges bolstered their popularity during this period. Postcards exhibit a wide range of themes from famous icons, to art, to historic landmarks. History can be traced through the subjects portrayed on postcards as well as the written notes accompanying them.