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    Marion, Ohio-Home of President Harding and the Wyandot Popcorn Company

    Harding Home & Memorial - Marion, Ohio

    Wyandot Popcorn Museum - Marion, Ohio

    Marion, Ohio home of Warren Harding:

    President Warren Harding's Tomb Marion,Ohio

    The Marion Popcorn Festival, First Weekend After Labor Day

    Marion Ohio. Popcorn festival. Need to do this one year!

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

    Ohio Presidents - Ohio, nicknamed the "Mother of Presidents," has sent seven of its native sons (Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James A. Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, William Howard Taft, and Warren G. Harding) to the White House.'All seven were Republicans. Virginia native William Henry Harrison, a Whig, resided in Ohio.

    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.

    Warren Harding, 29th President born 1865; died 1923. Initiated in Marion Lodge No. 7O, Marion, Ohio, 1901. He received no other degree until after becoming President. He was passed and raised in Marion Lodge in 1920, Royal Arch Chapter degrees in Marion Chapter No. 62 in 1921; Knight Templar in Marion Commandery No. 36, in 1921. Scottish Rite and Shrine in 1921.

    President Harding's famous front porch...

    Ohio has been called the "Cradel of Presidents" because of the 8 U.S. Presidents who have come from the state.

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

    Garfield Memorial, Cleveland Ohio (photo by Chris Juengel)

    peanut shoppe akron ohio - One of the places my grandma always took me on our trips downtown.

    Boulder Falls is located 11 miles west of Boulder, on the north side of Boulder Canyon Drive (SR 119) between Boulder and Nederland. It consists of five acres of mining claims that were given to the City of Boulder by Charles G. Buckingham, president and co-founder of Buckingham Brothers Bank (now Norwest Bank). Buckingham had held a U.S. Patent since 1881 on the American Mill site that included the Falls. He donated it to the City of Boulder for recreational purposes in 1914, hence "saving this beautiful spot from the encroachment of the great tungsten boom."

    2013 Marion Popcorn Festival Parade - Marion Online

    Three Pot System of boiling maple sap, Malabar Farm Sugar Maple Festival

    Marion Coal Tower in Marion, Ohio

    Harding Hotel Marion, Ohio