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Licking County Historical Society [OH]

The Licking County Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Licking County, Ohio. To this end, the society operates the Sherwood-Davidson Museum, located within a circa 1825 Federal-style structure and containing period rooms; the 1907 Webb House Museum, containing period rooms; the 1815 Greek Revival Buckingham Meeting House, which has hosted Presidents Rutherford B. Hayes and James A. Garfield and now contains the society library; and the Robbins-Hunter Museum, located within an 1847 Greek Revival structure and containing decorative arts exhibits.

The society offers period rooms and exhibits.