We have over 3,000 files in our paper archives. These
include, but are not limited to: newspaper clippings,
publication articles, letters, and historic documents.
The above document on the left is a clipping from the
Newark Advocate, with the right is a newspaper clipping
from the 1931 murder of Harry Beasley, Newark
The above photo, taken outside of the Old Newark Jail, shows
Newark during the prohibition era. Dated 1922.
The picture below is an illustration of the public square as it
stood in 1804.
|The Licking County Historical Society's Library and Archives
We are open to the public for research!
We are located in Veterans' Park on the second floor of the Buckingham Meeting House.
The entrance is the red door marked office along the right side of the building
Office and Library Hours:
Tuesday - Friday, 10 AM - 3 PM
|Newark City Directories, local authors/subjects,
historical reference (medical, military, atlases), ledgers,