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O'Brien buys the Campbell former Berrisford store 1898July 21, 1898 - Shakopee Argus -- Mr. O'Brien, formerly of MInneapolis, having purchased the Campbell property has refitted the store and added a large stock of new goods.
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O'Brien storeJuly 14, 1898 Shakopee Argus -

A nice dance was had in O'Briens Hall, Burnsville, on the night of the fourth.
This was the site of the Berrisford and then Campbell stores.
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M. O'Brien's store 1899July 27, 1899 Shakopee Argus

This article indicates the John Berrisford Store, later known as Campbell's Hall seems to be owned by M. O'Brien.

M. O'Brien is speedily executing his plans for the erection of a structure in the form of an annex to the Byrnesville store...
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M. O'BrienJuly 27, 1899 Shakopee Argus

This article indicates the John Berrisford Store, later known as Campbell's Hall seems to be owned by M. O'Brien.

M. O'Brien is speedily executing his plans for the erection of a structure in the form of an annex to the Byrnesville store...
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O'Brien storeJuly 15, 1898 Shakopee Argus -

There is some talk of our new merchant on the hill, Mr. O'Brine starting a creamery in connection with his other business. (Likely O'Brien).
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O'Brien 1900 censusThe 1900 census shows Michael and Helen O'Brien, along with Edward and Mary Condon (nephew/niece) and James McDonald (clerk).
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