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Postcard from Henry to William Hibbs - Happy Easter - April 1924

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This is a postcard from Henry Hibbs to Williams Hibbs in April 1924 wishing William a Happy Easter. The front of the postcard is a field of daffodils with birds. Athens Il, Menard County.

Girl Standing on Road - c. 1920 - no location

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This is a photograph of a girl standing on the road c. 1920 by a field. Their is no location listed.

Four People by a Car - c. 1920 - rural road - no location

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This is a photograph of 4 people standing by a car c. 1920 located on a rural road. No location is listed

Child On Car - c. 1920 - field - rural road

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This is a photograph of a child standing on the fender of a car in the middle of a field located on a rural road c. 1920.

Car on Rural Road in Field - People in Car - no location - c. 1920

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This is a picture of a care on a rural road in the middle of a field. There are people inside of the car with a man driving. License plate is 570-09

Bird Hunting

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This is a glass negative of a man bird hunting with his two dogs. He is carrying a collection of birds while walking in a field. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.

Herd of Cows

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This is the glass negative of a heard of cows in a field. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.

Photograph of Commissioner of Baseball Kenesaw Landis at Fans Field

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Photograph of Kenesaw Landis with a group of men at Fans Field in Decatur IL. Landis was the first appointed Commissioner of Baseball in 1920 and served until his death in 1944.