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Marland Oil Co.

201 E Reed Street, Red Oak, Iowa 51566

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Modifications: In 1960, concrete block addition to north side of building. At unknown dates a small metal shed attached to east side of building and garage doors covered with wood boards.

Height: One story.

Walls: Brick and concrete block.

Storefront: Wood windows and 12-lite wood door, garage door in left bay covered by wood boards

Windows: Wood 6/1 windows.

Stylistic features: L-shaped, brick pilasters with stone bases.

Past Businesses

1926 Marland Oil Co.
1930 Sinclair Station No. 2
1934-1940 Peterson & Carlson Service Station
1945 Srite Service Station
1950 Harold’s Conoco Service Station
1951, 1957 Fulkerson’s Conoco Service
1955 JD Oil Station
1972 Stan’s Conoco

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