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
12019-04-15T20:31:53-07:00The Ohio Field School - Center for Folklore Studies OSU d3215a55d81ccd40ca769f59020e951bf05ec0cb334051Postcard with an image of Indian Rock in Portsmouth, Ohio, which is opposite York Place. The rock is a local landmark that is only visible once per decade when the Ohio River is extremely low. The letter was sent to Miss McNamer from Raoul. plain2019-04-15T20:31:53-07:00The 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.