First published by The Sunbury News owned Ried Letts and Frank Whittier in 1896, this booklet featured photos by Charles Perfect.  Some of the booklets are blue, some tan and some orange.  They were obviously used to entice businesses and residents to the community.
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Views Along the Big Walnut

Top Center is Toward Cemetery
Top Right Vernon Street
Center north towards Cherry Street
Bottom left North Columbus Street
Bottom Right is Town Hall

  C.A.& C. Railroad Depot
Sunbury School
70 Harrison Street
Stock Sale
March 6, 1896
    Resources and Facilities
Farmer's Bank
28 E. Cherry St.
Farmer's Bank
Fleckner's Stone Quarry Hoop Factory
S.S. Gammill House
63-77 North Street
W. P. Roberts Drug Store
W. P. Robert's Drug Store
Sunbury News
Post Office
Charles Perfect's Photographic Studio stone & lumber lumber
Wm. Foster's Livery Stable
114 S. Columbus Street
H.L, Wheaton & Bro's. Store
31-21- E. Granville Street
Sunbury School
Board of Education
Farmer's Bank
Sunbury Building & Loan
Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Henry Cook's Harness Shop
25 S. Columbus
I. M. Price Sunbury Stock Sale
Town Officials
Homestead Stock Farm
Commercial Center
A.G. Stultz's Jewelry Budd & Knox Meats
Sedgwick's Cash Store Sunbury Cash Store Ferguson & McCarty's Drug Store G.J. Burrer Flouring Mill
60 N. Columbus Street
Dr. T. J. Williams
Dr. J. H. Gerhardt
Dr. A. D. Mann
C. D. Van Houten, dentist
Mayor C. C. Brooks
R. B. Bennett
Professor Knox's Band Dr.A. W. Taylor Office, Home
34 W. Cherry Street
C. Starke Home
4085 St. Rt. 61
Mack Perfect Farm
13270 N.Old CCC Hwy
T.F. Blakely Home
144 N. Columbus
P.W. Gage Resident
East on North Street at Morning
Burrer Home
46 N. Columbus Street
N. Ramsey House
12 Morning Street
C.W. Barton House and Stables
566 S. CCC Hwy.
Dr. J. H. Gearhart
Office and House
98 E. Cherry
T. Andrews House
47 N. Morning
A. H. Jefferies
152 North Street
Kimball House
26 N. Morning Street
Directory Continued Inside Back Cover
Flechner Stone Quarries
Outside Back Cover

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