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Decatur Public Library Local History Photo Collection

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Photograph of the William Warnick Homestead

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Photograph of the William Warnick Homestead. This house, seven miles southwest of Decatur, was built by William Warnick after 1833, and became known as the "Thirty-Three Mile House" when owned by John Eckle and used as part of his tavern property to…

Photo of the Coliseum Restaurant

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Photograph of the Coliseum Restaurant built in 1923, burned in 1925, rebuilt, and burned again in 1933. Shown in the photo is a view of the Coliseum, formerly the property of the Macon County Fair Association but more recently a beer tavern and dance…

Photo of Al and Jimmy's Tavern

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Photograph of Al and Jimmy's Tavern located on the corner of Wood Street and Jasper Street, Decatur, IL.

Photo of building with several cars parked along the building.

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Photograph of wood framed building, probably a tavern, Miller High Life Beer Sign on building. Several cars are parked around the building.