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Undertaking Parlors of J. B. Hackett | by Douglas County History Research Center
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Undertaking Parlors of J. B. Hackett

ACCESSION NUMBER: 1992.001.0678.0017

 

PHOTOGRAPHER: Frank Reistle

 

DESCRIPTION: Halftone image. "Reistle" written in bottom left corner of print. J. B. Hackett's undertaking parlors. Two wood framed, gable-roofed buildings with shutters. Smaller building is two stories, side-gabled entrance with two windows on the side with the door and a chimney in the middle. Windows are double-hung, and the door has a screen. The larger of the two buildings is also two stories, but the doorway has two large 6 pane windows on either side. The upstairs windows have shutters and are double hung. The larger building has a chimney in the back of the building. A small doorway/hallway connects the two structures. J.B. Hackett also served as Douglas County coroner around the turn of the twentieth century.

  

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Taken sometime in 1900