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Sanitarium

Sanitarium

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Description: The Mineral Wells Sanitarium was located at 315 NW 1st Avenue. It was later owned and operated by B.H. Milling before he built the Milling Sanitarium. The building was torn down and replaced by Willimann's Pharmacy. Currently [2010] the Woodsmen of the World club resides at this location.
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Crazy Water

Crazy Water

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Crazy Water Bottling and Crazy Crystals Plant 1940

Crazy Water Bottling and Crazy Crystals Plant 1940

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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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The Crazy Radio Theatre

The Crazy Radio Theatre

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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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