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Camp Building At 214 Fannin St.

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I've been trying to find a photo, or at least a depiction, of the Camp Building located at 214 Fannin Street for a while now.

Does any of the HAIF historians have any more details about the building? Who was the building name after, the Camps? I don't know that family. This would have been in the 1900s, possibly 1907?

There was a very cool company located inside the office building. The business was named Scanlan & Bartell.  The company was a Moving & Storage business, but I think Scanlan & Bartelll was also a real estate company.  One-stop-shop I assume.

Any additional details about the Camp Building would be appreciated!





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