Wintry night at The Castle in Marietta. The historic home located on 4th Street was built in 1855 for atorney and abolitionist, Melvin Clark. It exchanged ownership a few times before a descendant of one of the Ohio Company shareholders, Edward Nye, purchased the home in 1887 for $7000. It remained in the family until 1972 when the Stewart Bosley purchased the home. It now operates as a victorian museum and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Category:Architecture and Structures
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