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1400 First Bank 1900s slide unknown Museum - Copy.jpg
Dr. H. C. Tucker built this building to house his drug store and the Bank of Derby. The Farmers and Merchants Bank was located in this building from 1907 - 1916.

856 edited Evangelical Church Receipt April 18 1892 MAUMC.jpg
A receipt dated April 18, 1892 written on H. C. Tucker’s letterhead. Mrs. Philip Yergler paid the account in full.

854 & 855 Evangelical Church Receipt October 18 1890 MAUMC.jpg
A receipt for $11.50 paid by Mrs. Phillip Yergler to H. C. Tucker dated October 18, 1890.


October 18 1890

Received of Mrs. Philip Yergler
Eleven 50/100 dollars
for Account of Oil & Paint Evangelical Parsonage

H. C. Tucker

Arkansas River.jpg
In 1871, Dr. Henry Clay Tucker arrived in this area from Ohio and began practicing medicine. With no bridge across the Arkansas River, he often swam across to tend to patients west of the river.

In 1873, an influx of people to El Paso, Kansas…
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