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2014-05-11 16:38
"The First United Methodist Church congregation built a small brick church here in 1871. It was replaced in 1914 and many additions have since been made."Images (links open in a new window):… Read More
2012-08-08 15:19
"This Tudor-type building, now the Hobart Historical Society Museum, was originally the Hobart Public Library, built in 1915 under a Carnegie grant through efforts of the Woman's Reading Clu… Read More
2012-08-08 15:06
"Hillman's saloon, The Hub, was at the alley and Third Street and was later operated by Henry Ittel. Bob Wheaton opened an electric shop here and then again it was a saloon and pool hall. A… Read More
2011-10-11 02:13
"Where Elinor's Shop is now located was once Hamman's livery and later Batterman's machine shop. There was a roller skating rink on the second floor. Later there was a dancing school upstair… Read More
2011-10-05 14:21
"Hobart's first fire station was built here."Images (links open in a new window):♦ A couple undated views of the fire station at the end of Fourth Street.♦ Too bad we don't have… Read More
2011-10-02 16:02
"This was the site of the Scholler warehouse for farm machinery and at the alley hung a fire bell that called volunteer firefighters when they were needed. Ittel Realty now operates here."Im… Read More
2011-10-02 16:01
This location was not included in the original 1979 article, but I have a little information on it. Apparently William and Amanda Scholler built a home here, more or less across the street f… Read More

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