You can also see the sign for the Ice
Plant just at the north end of the Hamilton Market Place building.
Not visible in the picture, but located south of the building was the
old steam laundry which was run for a number of years by the Havens
family. Their son, Bill, was a 1948 graduate of HHS."
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"An alternate picture which is a bit
lighter and might print better. Note the two little boys sitting
on the sidewalk. I'd just bet that one of them would be me.
The other picture would obviously been on a Saturday when every farmer
near and far came to town, many to sell their eggs, cream, butter,
pecans, wool, mohair and even the dreaded skunk pelt to my dad.
He would then load all these purchases up and take them to Fort Worth
on Saturday night to either Swift and Company or Armour and Company."
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