Live and Let Live Saloon

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The Live and Let Live Saloon was located on West Market Street, just west of the river. Local tradition asserts the notion that one of the buildings that now houses the old canal days museum was in fact the Live and Let Live Saloon. The structure was donated by Ralph Hardgrove and moved from its location west of the Tuscarawas.