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A group of men, some from Ennis (possibly including Fred H. Clark), pose outside a public building in an unidentified city sometime in the 1920s, wearing caps indicating club membership of some kind.  In looking at it, I doubt this image was taken in Ennis. I am unaware of a building of the size pictured or of any statue that looks like that that ever stood on public grounds. But if anyone has an idea of where the photo may have been taken do get in touch with me. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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