This bird’s-eye view print of Homer, Illinois was drawn by Albert Ruger and published by Merchant’s Lithographing Co. in 1869. Homer is illustrated here fourteen years after its original thirty-two structures were dragged a mile and one half south of its previous location to be nearer to the railroad.
The new location better served the agricultural community and ensured Homer’s future as a farming trade center
The map looking northwest includes labeled streets, buildings and railroad route.
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