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Dust to Dust - the Ohio Douglas community has disappeared.

Located off State Highway 224 east of Ottoville, in Putnam County, Ohio, Douglas was a small community that sat alongside the Indiana Hi Rail Corporation rail line. The school in Douglas closed in 1920, with the store to follow in the 1930s. There was also a coal yard and a grain elevator. But all have now disappeared.

Who was it named after?

Does anyone have any photographs or records?

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