Tune in each Wednesday for our new digital series, “What is it Wednesday?”. We hope this series will help you learn more about Clinton County (OH)’s rich local history and about the Clinton County History Center’s museum.


Today’s Episode:

Thumbprint Pattern Compote (1962-005). Donated by Mabel Moore in 1962, the flint glass compote stands at 8 1/2″ tall. The object reflects the “thumbprint patten” glass design and is considered to be from the Early Victorian period.