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Greetings from Aberdeen, South Dakota

Greetings from Aberdeen, South Dakota

Multiview "Butterfly postcard" showing high school, post office, court house and another building.

Probably from the early 1900s.

At the Bridge, Belle Fourche, South Dakota 1908

At the Bridge, Belle Fourche, South Dakota 1908

Scene at the bridge in Belle Fourche, SD.

Copyright 1908

Photo from a postcard mailed in 1909.

McGarry's Jewelry Store, East Chicago, Indiana 1900s

McGarry's Jewelry Store, East Chicago, Indiana 1900s

McGarry's Jewelry Store, Largest in Northern Indiana.

The names of the men and woman in the photo are unknown.

Photo probably from the early 1900s.

Gayville Pharmacy, Gayville, South Dakota 1900s

Gayville Pharmacy, Gayville, South Dakota 1900s

Gayville Pharmacy, probably early 1900s.

Unknown men, but probably the man at the left is the pharmacist.

Gayville was a town of about 400 in the latest census. According to wikipedia, Gayville is the self-proclaimed "Hay Capital of the World"

Gamble Hinged Music Co., Chicago, Illinois

Gamble Hinged Music Co., Chicago, Illinois

67 E. Van Buren St. Photo from an old postcard.

Oak Creek Union High School, Oak Creek, CO 1955 Basketball Team

Oak Creek Union High School, Oak Creek, CO 1955 Basketball Team

Left to right: Assistant Coach Marshall, Reggie Steele - manager, Albert Valdez, Charles Munden, Bonnie Mercado, Johnny Courtney, Richard Borroel, Mario Karzon, Jay Roope, Joe Slobko, Johnny Alvarez, Joe Nieto, Coach Marconeri.

Photo from the 1955 Oak Creek Union High School Yearbook

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