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Subject: Seeking photos of Casey Jones Jewelry Store

Marilyn Boyd writes:
I am Casey's daughter. It seems like there have been a few articles about him and his jewelry store. I have some photos. Most are old ones. I will share.

But I am wondering if you know if any of his shop. The man that has the place now was wondering where that clock is or went. Mystery. I was 13 when we moved. It may have came with us but I don't remember it anywhere... but that I would have.

I just keep hoping someone accidentally has an old picture of the shop. I do have one of dad at his watch bench inside. Thank you.
Marilyn, thanks for writing. We're hoping some of our readers might have photos that they can share.

This story was posted on 2021-01-21 15:08:58
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Still looking for any pictures of the outside of the store

2021-01-25 - Photo from family collection.
Marilyn Boyd, Casey Jones daughter, is still hoping someone may have any photos of the outside of the store. She said this is one she has from about 1960 or so, inside the store. See more details in her letter linked to this photo.

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