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 Roundtree Sanitarium

Roundtree Sanitarium

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Hubbard Street:  About 1925

Hubbard Street: About 1925

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Central Christian Church

Central Christian Church

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 Inside a Howard Department Store

Inside a Howard Department Store

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The Bank of Mineral Wells

The Bank of Mineral Wells

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The Original Baptist Church Building at SW 4th Avenue

The Original Baptist Church Building at SW 4th Avenue

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Minutes of the Bicentennial Committee

Minutes of the Bicentennial Committee

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The Fairfield Hotel

The Fairfield Hotel

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[Milling's Sanitarium and Water Well ]

[Milling's Sanitarium and Water Well ]

Date: 1920?/1929?
Creator: unknown
Description: The gazebo-like structure shown in the picture protects a water pump in front of the Milling Sanitarium. The sanitarium was built about 1929 on what was then the 2500 block of SE Sixth Avenue. It later became the Irvine Sanitarium. The Veterans of Foreign Wars (Post 2399) occupies the building as of 2010. The fate of the structure shown here is unknown.
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The Crazy Well Water Company

The Crazy Well Water Company

Date: 1920?
Creator: unknown
Description: This picture shows a photograph of two pages from a water-bottle-shaped brochure about Mineral Wells. The "Appendix" referred to on the verso folio refers to a series of burlesques printed on previous--unseen--pages. The recto folio describes the four types of the water and the various ailments that they are expected to cure. The brochure notes that number four water is purgative, and should be used in moderation, but at frequent intervals.
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