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Tom Yeater Horseshoeing business, Wabash, Indiana, circa 1910

Description: Three men are seen near a doorway with a sign above reading "Tom Yeater Practical Horseshoer." The frame blacksmith shop has the address 243. One man poses with a dog and the other holds the reins of a horse. A third man in in the background. The men are identified on back as "Tom and Frank" on this postcard dated April 27, 1910 and postmarked from Wabash, Ind.According to the 1910 census records, this is probably Franklin Sheridan Yeater (1887-1972) and brother Thomas Sherman Yeater (1874-1952) who owned a blacksmith shop in Wabash.
Origin: 1910, circa
Source: http://indianaalbum.pastperfectonline.com/photo/77F48D25-21FD-447A-A002-716972510520
Collection: Indiana Album
Rights: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/
Geography: Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana, United States
Subjects: Joan Hostetler Collection
Horseshoes
Horses
Blacksmiths
Wabash (Ind.)
Wabash County (Ind.)

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