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Wooster Digital History Project

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Standing proudly on the main square downtown, the courthouse is the most well-known building to Wooster residents and visitors.

Pictured here is the original wooden structure stadium built for fair attractions and events. Condemned by the state fire marshal in 1935, the Fair Board decided to build a new steel structure over it in 1936. While it seats about 1,100 people, fair…

This image depicts the group of men who broke the first ground for the new St. Mary's of the Immaculate Conception. It now stands on the corner of Beall Avenue and Bowman Street

The fire that occurred at St. Mary's wrought devastation upon the church. The building was not salvageable and, as a result, St. Mary's congregation became responsible for the $20,000-$30,000 bill to build a new church. Mind you, this is the cost in…

This is the first church of St. Mary's of the Immaculate Conception and the first Catholic parish to be established in Wooster, completed in 1849. When Father Ankley was appointed the churche's priest in 1867, he set out to make additions to the…
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