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Submitted by the La Porte County Historical SocietyThe Henry Bros. Garage building, circa 1912, advertised Page Buggies and Birdsell Wagons on its windows. The delivery wagon says “White 3-Ton Truck.” In 1881, Daniel M. Henry Sr., and his sons established the business as a livery and stable, then later as a garage for auto repair. They expanded into the undertaking business renting out buggies and horses for funerals. Henry Bros. was located at the corner of Lincoln Way and Chicago Street.

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