Photos of Home on West Prairie Street, Decatur, IL.

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Title

Photos of Home on West Prairie Street, Decatur, IL.

Subject

Streets
West Prairie
Photo File: Streets
Herald and Review
George Baker

Description

Photograph of home at 215 West Prairie Street. Erected by A. T. Hill and torn down in 1925, taken March 1912. Photograph of home at 230 West Prairie Street. John R. Bradshaw home, known as the Bradshaw apartments. It was sold by H. Vincent Allen , grandson of Bradshaw, to Mrs. M. E. Grove in 1948. The 1954 City Directory listed it as being owned by Mrs. Sadie Barber. Photo by George Baker. Photograph of home at 276 West Prairie Street. It was the home of W. R. Scruggs, one of the founders of Linn and Scruggs. In 1954 Lillian Chadsey, sister-in-law of W. R. Scruggs , still lives there. Photograph of home at 318 West Prairie Street. built by B. C. McReynolds in the late 1800's. It was acquired by Jerome F. Gorin about 1915 and sold to Mary M. Heilman about 1941 according to listings in the city directory.

Creator

Herald and Review
George Baker

Source

Photo File: Streets

Publisher

Herald and Review
Decatur Public Library

Date

Late 1800's
Early 1900's

Contributor

George Baker
Herald and Review

Rights

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Relation

none

Format

.jpg
600 dpi

Language

English

Type

photograph

Identifier

ST51-ST54

Coverage

Streets, West Prairie Street, Photo File: Streets, Herald and Review, George Baker, Decatur, IL.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

photograph

Physical Dimensions

2.5 x 3.5"

Files

ST51-52-53-54-WPrairieAve.jpg

Collection

Citation

Herald and Review George Baker, “Photos of Home on West Prairie Street, Decatur, IL.,” Decatur Public Library Local History Photo Collection, accessed November 20, 2019, http://omeka.decaturlibrary.org/items/show/3725.