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D.M. Ferry Seed Warehouse

Happy Friday once again, today’s post takes a look at the D.M. Ferry Seed Warehouse that used to be on the corner of McDougall and Riverside Drive. It stood until the Casino came along, and the entire area was cleared.

This photo rests with the George D. Mason collection at the Burton Library. It was built in 1911.

A detail shot of the front entrance on McDougall.

Check out this neat old streetlight, that was some set up they had in the pre-WWI era.

Have a good weekend everyone! See you back here Monday.

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