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You all know by now that I love a good mystery. Remembering well-documented stories or photographs is a fun and necessary part of a local history column, but I derive a special delight from finding an interesting slice of life where absolutely nothing was documented before.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was originally published on Dec. 22, 2010 by the Ohio History Connection. Richland Source has entered into a collaborative agreement with the Ohio History Connection to share content across our sites. This particular piece was also enhanced with relevant data about Coshocton attorney Noah Haynes Swayne, the second Supreme Court Justice from Ohio.