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Malone's Service Station

Eisenhower St. at Hwy. T, Doolittle, MO

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Dan Malone's Service Station was built by Hudson Oil Company in 1941. Dan Malone purchase the business in 1952 and as late as the 1993 his brother was still operating the business. At one time there were 12 pumps and a restaurant. The pumps are all gone and the restaurant was demolished in the early 1960s because of road improvements.

xThe main building has had some modifications, mot notably the front entry door has been moved from the far right side of the facade to the center and an east side door has been removed.

xAn accessory building behind the station has been demolished sometime after 1993.

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