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Sutliff Museum

Sutliff Museum

The museum hosts changing displays of interest to the community and was certified in 1998 by the Ohio Association of Historical Societies and Museums.

Most of the furniture in the Sutliff Museum was originally in the Sutliff home. The carpeting was made in England especially for this room. It is needlepoint and typical in color and design of the Victorian era. The ornate wallpaper, lace curtains, and elaborate silk draperies are replicas of the period. Everything else in the room is original and dates between 1800 and 1900. All of the paintings were done by local artists of the time -- John Bell, John Crawford, Fred Masters, Addison Thomas Miller, Carl Schmitt and William F. Porter.

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