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Advertisement for Dickey Clay Silos
Advertisement for Dickey Clay Silos
TitleAdvertisement for Dickey Clay Silos
Photo Number001123.JPG
CollectionDigital Image Collection (Western Illinois University)
KeywordsMacomb Industry Industries W.S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Factory Factories Grain Silo Silos Images of the Past in McDonough County
Subject HeadingMacomb--Industries (W.S. Dickey Manufacturing)
DescriptionThe Macomb Sewer Pipe Company was bought by W.S. Dickey in the early 1900s and was known simultaneously as the Macomb Sewer Pipe Company, W.S. Dickey Manufacturing, and Macomb Clay Products. For more information, see the article in the Macomb Eagle, February 3, 2004. W. S. DICKEY Clay Mfg. Col. AND Macomb Sewer Pipe Works Macomb, Ill. Kansas City, Mo. Chattanooga, Tenn. Salt-Glazed Dickey Hollow Tile Silos Salt-Glazed Hollow Tile Grain Tanks Salt-Glazed Hollow Tile Corn Cribs Salt-Glazed Farm Building Blocks Write for Catalogue E-3 16 x 50 Dickey Glazed Tile Silo on the farm of Carl Henderson, Macomb, Ill. 12 x 40 Dickey Glazed Silo built in 1919 by David Newell, mason, Macomb, Ill. For J. V. Thompson, Roseville, Ill.
Source/Publisher/DonorFrom Macomb Agricultural Fair, p. 82.
Aux. Photo# NegativeNeg 764-10A/11A
Location of Original PhotoMacomb Industries Album--Volume One
RightsWIU Libraries Archives & Special Collections -- All Rights Reserved. For permission to reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use this image, contact the WIU Archives and Special Collections at malpass-archives@wiu.edu.
Timestamp20050616080526
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