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Dry Goods Store:
Lion's Club Building - 1863 - Center & Canal Streets: Located in the heart of village, this structure was built in 1863. Originally, there was a log structure here around 1830, however it burned down in the mid-1800's. This was the site of the first post office with Carroll founder, William Tong, as first Postmaster. This building was situated near the junction of the Ohio-Erie and Lancaster Lateral Canals and overlooked the Canal Street Hoist Bridge or "Turn Bridge" (toll) for the canal. Over the years, it housed a variety of businesses such as The Saylor-Ebright Dry Goods Store (first business), Blackstone Dry Goods Store, grocery store, tailor shop, hardware store, ice cream parlor and more. The Weaver Family were owners from 1937-1980 and operated a grocery store here while residing upstairs. The Carroll Lions Club purchased the property in 1990 and hold their club meetings here (downstairs, left). They lease the rest of the building (downstairs, right) to Barbering With Style, in addition to three apartments upstairs. The Carroll Lions are excellent stewards of this property (e.g., note the new metal roof). The Carroll Lions Club was chartered in 1946; The Bloom-Carroll Lions Club (women's group) also meets here and was chartered in 1992. (information T. Drobina/CAHS Tour Booklet).
Azbell Hall / Hotel:
Azbell Hall / Hotel - 1832 - E. Canal Street: This structure was once a social hall and hotel and was once also the only tavern in town. It housed numerous businesses over the course of its history, such as a dry goods and hat store (upper level), a restaurant, and a tavern. In the 1960's, it was nicknamed "The Titanic" by locals due constant basement flooding. Currently, the building contains four apartments.
First Baptist Church - 1909 - Park Street: This lovely, historical church was built in 1909. Originally, the name of this church was the First United Brethren Church. It is believed that the United Brethren was the first established denomination within the United States.
Carroll High School 1910 Building Demolition - April 27 & 28, 2013
Salvage Pieces from the 1910 and 1929 School Buildings: Spared from demolition, these are now part of a green space garden display situated on the former 1929 school site.