Wooster Republican

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Wooster Republican
Type Newspaper Publishers
Industry Information
Fate Dissolved
Founder(s) McClure, Sanborn & Company
Headquarters Emporium Block Wooster, Ohio, United States
Number of locations 12 E. Liberty St., Wooster, Ohio
Area served Wayne County, Ohio
Key people A. S. McClure, J. G. Sanborn, H. N. Clemens

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Comprehensive History[edit | edit source]

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Historical documents[edit | edit source]

  • 1884. Wooster City and Wayne County Business Directory, 1884-1885. Shives, Merz & Shives, Compilers, Editors and Publishers, Wayne County Herald, Wooster, Ohio, 1884. R 917.71 W88 1884-1885
  • 1901 - Wooster High School annual [1]

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1917[edit | edit source]

1920[edit | edit source]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Wooster High School annual. 1901. Wooster, Ohio
  2. Wooster Daily Republican. Wooster, Ohio, 1917-06-27, p. 2

What Links Here[edit | edit source]

1830s[edit | edit source]


The Republican Advocate

Albright Tavern

William Nailor informs his customers that he has returned to Wooster to pursue his business. His business can be found on the SE side of the public square.

Thomas C. Perry, a cabinetmaker, opened shop one door South of John McCurdy's tinning shop on Wayne Street in Wooster where he carries on the cabinet making business.

Digitized issues[edit | edit source]

July 01, 1875[edit | edit source]

January 04, 1883[edit | edit source]