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Tags: 467 W. Prairie, Apartment House, Apartments, Carl J. Meacham, Carl Meacham, Carrie A. Suffern, Carrie Suffern, Decatur IL, Elizabeth N. Wells, Elizabeth Wells, Everett Mueller, Greider, house, Mary C. Greider, Mary Greider, Meacham, Mueller, Photo File: Houses, Prairie Ave, Suffern, Wells, William T. Wells, William Wells
Tags: 1909, Bachrach, Bachrach Building, Central Park, Cheap Charley, Clark, Decatur IL, Downtown, Elwood, Elwood & Handlin Store, Fires, Handlin, Hirsch, Hirsch Store, International Stereograph, International Stereograph Co, J.K. Stafford, Lincoln Square, Main, merchant, Morehouse, Morehouse & Wells, Photo File: Fires, Prairie, Rodgers, Rodgers & Clark, Rodgers & Clark Store, Shade-Lokey, Shade-Lokey Shoe Store, Transfer House, Water, Wells
Photograph of old furniture. Photo ran in the Review March 5, 1911. This old ironware was owned by E. R. Culver of Decatur.