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Hiram Walker Office – c 1925

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A nice old postcard view of the Walker Offices from the mid 1920’s. This one is a little different in that the focus isn’t on the usual view of the old office building. I suspect the plan was to show the old as well as the fairly new at this time modern addition.

Have a very safe and happy holidays to everyone out there. I’m going to take a Christmas Break just like many of you. Regular posting will return on the first Monday of 2016. In the meanwhile, I’m going to use the break to see about restoring some of the older photographic archives. See you in 2016!

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