Zoar Garden
Title:
Zoar Garden
Zoar Ohio (OH), Real Photo PM Oct-30


An Old Home
Title:
An Old Home
Zoar Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused

Description:
Streets, homes, and lawns were cleanly, characteristic of the German habit. Home interiors were scrupulously scrubbed and dusted. Many of the domiciles were double and accommodated two or more families. Although indicating the strictest economy in construction they were comfortable. Floors were mostly bare or partially and cheaply carpeted. The furniture was simple, sparse, heavy and time-honored. Pictures and ornaments were few. There was no variation denoting different degrees of comfort as one sees in every other village. Vines, shrubs and flowers were grown in profusion. The Ohio Stat Historical Society and the Zoar Historical Society are collaborating in the preservation of old Zoar Village



Main Street in Zoar Village
Title:
Main Street in Zoar Village
Zoar Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused

Description:
The separatists of Zoar established a communal system of conducting their affairs in order to meet the payments on their land. This system lasted until 1895 when it was dissolved and the property was divided among the group. Zoar Village State Memorial, Tuscarawas County, is administered by the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus


No. 1 House, Zoar Village
Title:
No. 1 House
Zoar Village Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused

Description:
The Separatists of Zoar came to Ohio in 1817. Early log cabins gave place to more pretentious dwellings as the community prospered. Joseph Pimeler, leader of the group, lived in the No. 1 House, built in 1835. The residence has been partially restored and is open to the public. Zoar Village State Memorial, Tuscarawas County, is administered by the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, Columbus



Zoar Hotel
Title:
Zoar Hotel
Zoar Ohio (OH), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused




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