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To continue counting down to Strummin' on the Porch (on August 28TH at Rhodes Hall), here is another famous porch: This historic porch is Warren G. Harding's home porch in Marion, Ohio! Warren G. Harding, the 29th President of the United States, ran a significant ‘Front Porch Campaign’. While his Democratic opponent James M. Cox was crisscrossing the country at great expense, Harding gave many speeches from the front porch of his house!

Marion, Ohio home of Warren Harding:

The Marion Popcorn Festival, First Weekend After Labor Day

President Warren Harding's Tomb Marion,Ohio

#29) Warren G. Harding...Marion, Ohio

Harmar Villiage, Marietta, Ohio I've walked across this bridge many times with my 4 sons. Beautiful!

Nan P. Britton claimed that she had an affair with President Warren G. Harding, an Ohioan. She also claimed that Harding was the father of her daughter, Elizabeth Ann. Britton was born on November 9, 1896, in Marion, Ohio. As a teenager, she developed a crush on Harding, who, at the time, was editor of the Marion Daily Star. In 1927, Britton authored a book, The President's Daughter, about her affair with Harding.

"Somewhere there must be a book that tells me all about it, where I could go to straighten it out in my mind. But I don't know where the book is, and maybe I couldn't read it if I found it...my God, but this is a helluva place for a man like me to be!" Warren G. Harding

First Lady Florence Kling Harding, circa 1920, wife of President Warren G Harding. Born into a wealthy family in Marion, Ohio, she had already eloped with and divorced Henry de Wolfe before she met Harding.

8 U.S. Presidents - 9th William Henry Harrison; 18th Ulysses S. Grant; 19th Rutherford B. Hayes; 20th James A. Garfield; 23rd Benjamin Harrison; 25th William McKinley; 27th William Howard Taft; 29th Warren G. Harding

Watch as each craftsperson, who will be dressed in Shaker period clothing while demonstrating and selling their remarkable handmade wares, represents the Shakerwoods Festival!