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  Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
 Decade: 1890-1899
[American Home Bakery]

[American Home Bakery]

Date: c. 1899
Creator: unknown
Description: German immigrant Frederick H. Eilenberger (1878-1959) founded the the highly successful American Home Bakery and operated the business at this site on the corner of John and Oak Streets from 1898 until 1918. He moved the bakery to 512 N. John in 1918 and renamed the business the "Eilenberger Bakery". It is still in operation at the location on John Street and is famous for its fruit and pecan cakes, which it markets worldwide.
Contributing Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
[John H. Reagan]

[John H. Reagan]

Date: c. 1890
Creator: unknown
Description: Photo of John Henniger Reagan at home in his study at Fort Houston.
Contributing Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
[Lois and Lelia Broyles Near Broyles House - 1305 S. Sycamore]

[Lois and Lelia Broyles Near Broyles House - 1305 S. Sycamore]

Date: c. 1896
Creator: unknown
Description: Photo of Lois and Lelia Broyles in a buggy in front of the Broyles Home at 1305 S. Sycamore. This picture was taken soon after this house was built.
Contributing Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
[Palestine Calender Club - 1896]

[Palestine Calender Club - 1896]

Date: 1896
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Palestine Calender Club Calender, which was printed in 1896. The calender has photos of the following people, who were prominent businessmen in Palestine at the time: January - Frank Hufsmith February - Henry Ash March - A. Teah April - W.J. Taylor May - D.J. Price June - J.W. Cuningham July - V.F. DuBose August - A.R. Howard September - N.R. Royall October - E.C. Manson November - W.M. Lacy December - Geo. A. Wright
Contributing Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
[American Home Bakery]

[American Home Bakery]

Date: c. 1899
Creator: unknown
Description: German immigrant Frederick H. Eilenberger (1878-1959) founded the the highly successful American Home Bakery and operated the business at this site on the corner of John and Oak Streets from 1898 until 1918. He moved the bakery to 512 N. John in 1918 and renamed the business the "Eilenberger Bakery". It is still in operation at the location on John Street and is famous for its fruit and pecan cakes, which it markets worldwide.
Contributing Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
[The People of Palestine]

[The People of Palestine]

Date: c. 1890
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of people who either all belonged to a particular church in Palestine, or maybe who all attended the Second or Third Ward Schools.
Contributing Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
[Hathcock Sanitarium]

[Hathcock Sanitarium]

Date: c. 1890
Creator: unknown
Description: Photo of the Hathcock Sanitarium
Contributing Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
[Cotton Wagons on Spring Street - Palestine]

[Cotton Wagons on Spring Street - Palestine]

Date: c. 1890
Creator: unknown
Description: Photo of cotton wagons on Spring Street. Notice the Buckhorn Saloon, Sam Lucas Store and the Star Boarder in the photo.
Contributing Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
[Drawing of the Interior of the First National Bank in Palestine]

[Drawing of the Interior of the First National Bank in Palestine]

Date: c. 1893
Creator: unknown
Description: Drawing of the interior of the First National Bank in Palestine. This bank opened for business in 1887, at the corner of Spring and John streets. The original building interior is shown here as it appeared in 1893, about twenty years before it was extensively renovated and modernized. First National Bank served Palestine from this building for over three-quarters of a century, until the bank moved to more spacious quarters occupying the city's central plaza in 1965. The men in the picture from left to right are: Unidentified, Ed Caldwell, L. Gooch, W.P. McMeans, J.D. Grigsby, D. Colley, George Wright, and Ed Steadman.
Contributing Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission
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