: Aerial view of the Ohio State Fairgrounds, 1854. The Ohio State Fair is an annual exhibition that showcases Ohio farming and commercial products and achievements. The first fair was held in 1850, and after moving to various locations around the state for several decades, the event settled at its permanent location at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus in 1886. From September 19 through 22, 1854, the fair was held at Newark's Great Circle Mound (now known as Moundbuilders Park). View on Ohio Memory.
: AL04155 Subjects
: Ohio State Fair (Newark, Ohio); Ohio Economy--Agriculture; Fairs--Ohio; Mounds--Ohio--Licking County Places
: Newark (Ohio); Licking County (Ohio)