Walking Tour:
Ebert General Store

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Northeast corner of Lake and 3rd Streets
Left to right: unknown, Carl Marowsky, Bill Larsen, William Ebert (proprietor), and Jack Rigling

The vacant lot adjacent to the museum was the site of the Ebert General Store. Owned and operated by William and Arthur Ebert, the store carried a complete line of mens' and ladies' clothing, shoes, dry goods, and general merchandise. The second floor of the building was used as a meeting place for the Masonic Lodge. The store closed in 1941, and the building was torn down. 

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