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Mrs. Frank M. Ware

This is the oral history of Mrs. Frank M. Ware. She was interviewed by Betty Turnell on August 31, 1984. The interview includes her childhood and career.

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Photograph of Eli Ulery Log Cabin

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Photograph of Eli Ulery's log cabin, probably built around the 1840's or 1850's. In the 1871 city directory Ulery was listed as a cattle dealer and resident of 22 W. William St. This photograph dates to about 1900 and is by Thomas McCluskey of…

Photograph of Levi Graybill's Cabin

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Photograph of Levi Graybill's log cabin. This cabin was located near Rea's Bridge. Graybill was a street car man in the days when the cars were drawn by mules. He later moved to Quincy.