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The empty field in the foreground is the future site of the Englewood Post Office on Broadway and Floyd. The Englewood Lumber Co. can been seen in the background.
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The building was originally built in the late 1800's and owned by Guild & Endner Lumber Company. Wise & Ferguson Lumber Company took over in 1919. It was located between S. Lincoln and S. Broadway at the Tramway loop. The picture is of the building being torn down in 1957.
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Building was originally built in the late 1800's and owned by Guild & Endner Lumber Co. Wise and Ferguson Lumber Company took over in 1919. It was located between S. Lincoln and S. Broadway at the Tramway loop. The picture is of the building being torn down in 1957.
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Cherrelyn Elementary School.
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3753 S. Lincoln.
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2951 S. Lincoln.
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2951 S. Lincoln.
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2888 S. Lincoln.
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2888 S. Lincoln.
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3753 S. Lincoln.
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4416 S. Lincoln.
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2797 S. Lincoln.
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2797 S. Lincoln.
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4416 S. Lincoln.
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A view of the Malley Senior Citizen Recreation Center.
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A photo of the Malley Senior Citizen Center.
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Lou Nancy Brown of 4262 S. Lincoln St. announces here engagement to Douglas D. Collier.
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The home of Mr. & Mrs. William Edom after the 1913 snowstorm. Shown in the photo is Mrs. Nell Johnson and her son Melvin.
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Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wright of 4353 S. Lincoln St. celebrate their golden wedding anniversary.
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Ed Means was the democrat candidate for sheriff in 1958.