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These men are posed in front of Hickory Jones's tobacco shop at 224 Missouri Street in Alma, Kansas. This building was constructed in 1897. The men are identified as Cricket Schroeder, John McMahan, Gus Meier, Hull, Chet Davis, Clarence Eck, Ben Tembrink, Guy Cleveland, and John Auer. The telephone company was located in this building at the beginning of the 20th century. This building burned by 1920, and the lot remained vacant for a number of years. In 2009, the building on this site was the Campanella-Gentry Funeral Home.

Date: 1900

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Item Number: 221347
Holding Institution: Wabaunsee County Historical Society

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