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Fairview Park - New Addition 1937

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These are negatives of the new addition of Fairview Park. The photo was taken by Decatur Herald & Review on October 27, 1937.

Fairview Park - Winter Scenes 1940s

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These negatives are winter scenes in Fairview Park in the 1940s. The photos were taken by Decatur Herald & Review.

Fairview Park - Log Bridge

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This is a negative of the log bridge in Fairview Park. The photo was taken by Decatur Herald and Review.

Fairview Park - Enjoying the Park

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These are negatives of people enjoying Fairview Park. The photos were taken in 1943 and 1968 by Decatur Herald & Review.

Fairview Park - Sign 1940

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These are negatives of the West End entrance sign at Fairview Park. The photo was taken by the Herald & Review on June 21, 1940.

Fairview Park - Winter Scene 1914

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This is a photograph of a winter scene in Fairview Park that was taken by the Decatur Herald or Daily Review on February 14, 1914.

Fairview Park - Scenes 1896

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These photos of Fairview Park were taken by the Herald or Daily Review in 1896.

Fairview Park - Picnic Area 1937

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These negatives depict the picnic area at Fairview Park. One scene shows a man drinking from a water fountain with a small pavilion in the background. The other is a close-up of the man drinking from the water fountain. The photos were taken by…

Fairview Park - Winter Scene 1909

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Winter scenes of Fairview Park that were taken by J.K. Stafford on January 31, 1909.

Fairview Park - Canoe Trip

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This photograph shows a group of women and girls in a canoe on a lake in Fairview Park. The photo was taken by C.F. Ebenhardt.