Stow, Ohio was first settled in 1804. Known as Stow Corners, the intersection of what are now Darrow (Rt. 91) and Kent (Rt. 59) Roads, was the center of community life for many years. Stow Corners held a post office in the home of Titus Wetmore, a stagecoach stop, a tavern, a school, and several residences in the early 19th century.
Now you can see how the historic center of Stow has changed over the years by viewing a virtual tour or by printing the brochure for a self-guided walk. Some buildings noted on the tour no longer exist, others have been moved, and others have undergone renovation.
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