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Directory : Marion, Creal Springs & Pittsburg, Illinois, 1924; around town, 1915

Marion daily Republican (Marion, Illinois)
compiled by Mary Jo Moore
Moore, Mary Jo (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
[West Paducah, Kentucky] : M.J. Moore, c2004
88 p.

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“This book is a collection of information that I found in a 1924 Marion, Illinois telephone book and from Marion newspapers printed in 1915 and 1924. . . . “The short sketches in the second half of the book highlight several Marion residents who contributed to the community in various occupations and professions. The information came from old copies of the Marion Daily Republican newspaper”—Foreword.

Includes index.

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