Veterans Park, Newark, OH Photos

Veterans Park in Newark, OH comprises an artistic war memorial wall plus three heritage buildings moved to the site. They are operated as the National Heisey Glass Museum, the Sherwood-Davidson Museum House, and the Buckingham House now used for receptions. Buckingham House has an historic past in that several U.S. Civil War Generals and Presidents visited over the years including James A. Garfield, Rutherford B. Hayes, Philip Henry Sheridan & William T. Sherman.

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Veteran's Walk of Honor in Newark's Veterans Park. Newark, OH.Ceramic relief of American military history in Newark's Veterans Park. Newark, OH.Newark Civil War memorial in Veterans Park. Newark, OH.Buckingham House at Licking County Historical Society complex on Veterans Park. Newark, OH.
Veteran's Walk of Honor (1979) in Newark's Veterans Park. Newark, OH.Ceramic relief of American military history in Newark's Veterans Park. Newark, OH.Newark Civil War memorial (1929) in Veterans Park. Newark, OH.Buckingham House (1835) at Licking County Historical Society complex on Veterans Park. Newark, OH.
Stairwell in Buckingham House. Newark, OH.Fireplace in Buckingham House. Newark, OH.Portraits of past guests of Buckingham House: Generals James A. Garfield, Rutherford B. Hayes, Philip Henry Sheridan & William T. Sherman. Newark, OH.The National Heisey Glass Museum on Veterans Park. Newark, OH.
Stairwell in Buckingham House. Newark, OH.Fireplace in Buckingham House. Newark, OH.Portraits of past guests of Buckingham House: Generals James A. Garfield, Rutherford B. Hayes, Philip Henry Sheridan & William T. Sherman. Newark, OH.The National Heisey Glass Museum (opened 1974) (169 W. Church) on Veterans Park. Newark, OH.
Sherwood-Davidson House with gardens. Newark, OH.


Sherwood-Davidson House (1825) with gardens. Newark, OH.



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