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A view of a log cabin on Mr. Hofflin's place, known as the “Children's Cottage,” built in 1889-twenty-seven

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Banqueting the Clerks. Once a year the employees of Murgittroyd's two stores. Spokane, Washington, are given a joint banquet by the management. At the last one E. V. Coull, seated at the head of the table, was toastmaster. Mr. Murgittroyd sat facing the toastmaster when the picture was snapped.

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The Veterans. Here are 29 members of the Chicago Veteran Druggists' Association, the picture being taken at a celebration of Dr. T. N. Jamieson's birthday. Seated, left to right : W. K. Forsyth, H. Weber, John Blocki, T. Schmid, President A. Scheerer, C. Grassley, Honorary President O. F. Faller, Carl Abrahamson, Wilhelm Bodemann, A. Fechter, O. G. Hottinger, J. E. Grubb, G. P. Engelhard. Standing. first row: Fritz Kellett, Hugh Craig. G. Quales, R. Voge, R. Rhode, Dr. Olavik, Dr. I. Hottinger, B. Hoelzer, F. Schraage, Fritz Schmidt. Back row, standing: E. Von Hermann, H. Fry, C. A. Storer, J. J. Chwatal, Joe Forbrich, and Thomas Potts.

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