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716 S. Sycamore St.

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716 S. SYCAMORE - BUILT 1901 (LOOK LEFT)

This is a rambling two-story frame house built for Newell and Fannie Fowler Kane. Mr. Kane, a native of Illinois, was chief clerk of I &GN railroad. Mrs. Kane was a native of Palestine. A local newspaper issue in November, 1901 stated “Newell Kane’s new residence on Sycamore Street is building rapidly, and gives promise to be one of the handsomest in the city.”

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