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HISTORY OF THE TOWN - 1910s
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
Shown in front of the Farmers & Merchants Bank are president Andrew Reiner and cashier Henry Daugherty. M.W. of A. Hall (Modern Woodmen of America) is printed on the upstairs center window. The northeast corner of Highway Avenue and Kennedy Avenue.
Highland Historical Society
Lincoln Community Center
Highland, IN 46322
Curator Sue Douthett
A LOOK BACK
PRESERVING OUR PAST
Members of the Highland Historical Society consider it a labor of love to chronicle the town’s history – from the mid 1800’s to present day.
Led by Sue Douthett, the group works tirelessly to preserve Highland’s past for all us.
Members also volunteer to staff the Town Museum, which is located inside Lincoln Community Center. A treasure trove of artifacts and information, the museum is open from 10 a.m. to noon Saturdays and by appointment.
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