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Photograph of a Decatur High School Postcard

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Photographs of a Decatur High School postcard from an unknown date. This is the first high school building, built in 1869 at Broadway and North Streets in Decatur before the second high school was building was built on N. Franklin Street in 1911.

Photographs of the Exterior of Decatur High School

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Photographs of Decatur High School taken shortly before it was demolished in 1977. The High School was built at 400 N Franklin St. in 1911.

Photographs of the Exterior of Decatur High School

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Photographs of the exterior of the Decatur High School main building taken at an unknown date and Kintner Gym taken in 1940.

Photographs of the Construction of Kintner Gym

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Various photographs taken during the construction of Kintner Gym which was built for Decatur High School in 1940.

Photographs of the Illinois Traction System Shops Building Exterior

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Photographs of the exterior of the Illinois Traction System shops in Decatur IL taken in 1909 and 1910. The shops were located at 1800 E. Garfield Ave. and were purchased by Parke Properties, Inc. in January of 1956 to be used as a warehouse.

Photograph of the Illinois Central R. R. Ticket Office

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Photograph of the Illinois Central R. R. ticket office located at 121 E. William Street. It was also the office for the old P.D.&E. R. R. This photo was taken October 26, 1898 during the first Corn Carnival in Decatur.

Photographs of the Exterior of the Decatur Public Library on North St.

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Photographs of the exterior of the Decatur Public Library when it was located on North St. in the 1970's through 1990's.

Photograph of the Old Presbyterian Church Public Library

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Photograph of the interior of the Old Presbyterian Church where the library was for several months after a fire in the Roberts & Greene building, taken October 6th, 1892.