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Mill HousingBrian Zoldak and Jamie Eves identified this photo as mill housing with the photo y being taken from either Dunham or Chapman Street. Mill Number Two is in the background. Jamie Eves says, “... the building on the right is likely the center of Mill Number Two, and the one on the left is the eastern extension, originally a separate building.”..
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The Odell Chapman Continental Drum Corps“Chronicle” reader Bob Castillo correctly identified this photo as the Thread City Continentals and their leader, Mr. Odell Chapman who was a Drummer, Drum Major, and Master Drum Builder. Every drum in that photograph taken in front of the Town Hall was built by Mr. Chapman (front, center center with all the medals). Note all the trophies on the ground in front of the corps. They were strong competitors and obviously very proficient at their art.
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Odell Chapman - 2
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Odell Chapman - 3
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Chapman BlockThe Chapman Block was built in 1876, and this 1894 photograph reveals the companies that were in business. On the left at 804 and 806 is A. C. Andrew Music Store. In the Center is T. R. Congdon's stove and tinware store. On the left is an unnamed flour and grain store.
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Chapman BlockThe Chapman Block became home to the Tin Tsin Restaurant.
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Chapman BlockChapman Block 1962
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Delivery Wagon of the A.C. Andrews Music Co.Last week’s photo showed the delivery wagon of the A.C. Andrew Piano and Music Store. In the early 1900s, the store, which sold “musical goods of every description, pianos, organs and stationery”, was located at 804 Main Street in the Chapman Block (known also as the Tin Tsin Building). Pic of the Week September 26, 2013
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