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1607 Quarries
Charleston, West Virginia
Type: Illegal
Status: Closed
Open: 1935, Close: Yes

C.H. Smith, Domino Club, 1607 Quarries, Charleston WV.
Bewteen 1935 and 1942 following chips were ordered: 195 red, 165 orange, 295 blu, 115 choc, 70 pink, 30 green, 600 yelo. 1935 to 1939 orders sent to 17 McFarland St. 1940 to 1942 orders sent to 915-1/2 Quarries. 1607 Quarries was Smith's residence.
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Last Update: 2021-02-26
Mftr: Mason
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Contributed by: David Sarles
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