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    Caroline Powell Collection


    3 men in suits in front of house thought to be 1801 Grand Avenue in Fort Worth 

    Summary: Donor gave one photograph and a 1934 pay stub. Items appear to have belonged to Harry L. Harvey, who owned Harvey Ice Cream and Milk Company at 209 NE 21st Street in Fort Worth.

    • Black and white photograph of three unidentified men in suits standing in front of a wooden clapboard house. It is thought that one of the men could be Harry Harvey, and the house could be his at 1801 Grand Avenue in Fort Worth, circa 1930s-1940s. (image shown)
    • Lone Star Gas Co., Fort Worth Division, pay stub for Harry L. Harvey, December 1934.


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