Questions? Call the Store: (740) 622-7715
348 N. Whitewoman Street
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
The History of the John Barkhurst Building - c.1870
This historic building was built by John Barkhurst to serve as a drug store and general store. It replaced an 1840 boot and shoe factory that was destroyed by a fire. In 1971, the building was restored by Edward and Frances Montgomery.
Today this historic building houses the Roscoe General Store as well as the Portraits in Time Photography studio and It Started with a Tree. Decorated with antiques from general stores of old, this delightful shop earns its name with offerings for every taste: apple butter, jams and jellies, homemade fudge, candy, gourmet coffee, shirts, ball caps and gifts for the home. The lower level is a holiday wonderland. This room showcases many Christmas decorative items.
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