I have written a number of posts about Historic Marietta, PA, including the Christmas Candlelight Tour and the scenic Breezy View Overlook. One of the reasons Marietta is such a treasure is its remarkably diverse historic architecture.
This is a log and stone home I restored in the early 1980s. The upper log portion of the home is dated 1801. The earlier stone part of the house was originally a one story building dating from the 1700s, before records were kept in the borough.
The restored Old Town Hall Museum with its working clock tower. The original jail is underneath the first floor.
The restored Union Meeting Hall, built in 1818.
Marietta's Center Square. Formerly the home of Mary Creswell, a member of the Marietta Restoration Association.
A fine example of the Victorian period of architecture.
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