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2/10/2014 2:07:00 PM
Decoy show attracts collectors to Henry (video)


Charles Perdew Museum Association president Pat Selquist talks about the museum during the organization's annual duck decoy show in Henry.
Jason Baldwin (left) of Chicago, who organized the show for the first time this year, said he was pleased with the turnout. Baldwin is a long-time exhibitor at the Henry show.
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Jason Baldwin (left) of Chicago, who organized the show for the first time this year, said he was pleased with the turnout. Baldwin is a long-time exhibitor at the Henry show.
Jim Cummins of Henry mans the Charles Perdew Museum Association booth at the decoy show. Perdew, a famed decoy carver, lived along the riverfront in Henry. Perdew’s restored workshop is open for tours.
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Jim Cummins of Henry mans the Charles Perdew Museum Association booth at the decoy show. Perdew, a famed decoy carver, lived along the riverfront in Henry. Perdew’s restored workshop is open for tours.

NewsTribune photos/Shannon Crawley-Serpette

Shannon Crawley-Serpette
Staff Writer



The cold temperature and less-than-ideal road conditions didn’t keep the crowd away from the annual decoy show on Sunday in Henry. This show was the 46th anniversary of the first Henry decoy show, which was organized in 1968 by Don and Almira Clark.












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