2022 Quincy Area Travel Guide

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On the Great River Road The Artistic City

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Firsts We’re excited to share our treasures and warm community spirit with you. Cheers to you and your “firsts” in our gem of a city! 1835 Dr. Eells House: First Underground Railroad stop east of Missouri 1886 Father Augustine Tolton: First African- American Catholic priest in the United States 1886 Illinois Veteran’s Home: First Veteran’s home in the State of Illinois 1947 Quincy Society of Fine Arts: America’s First Arts Council Historic The Quincy area is teeming with treats for the curious traveler. Architectural marvels, culinary wonders, and nature’s evolving backdrop along the grandest river in America await your arrival. A distinctive tapestry of past and present weaves the story of a city with notable cultural and historic milestones as well as contemporary visionaries creating new experiences to ignite your senses today.

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The Quincy Area Travel Guide is an annual publication of Quincy Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. 532 Gardner Expressway | Quincy, IL 62301 217.214.3700 | 800.978.4748 | info@seequincy.com taste cultivate shop recreate rest find ............................................................................................... eats & sips ..................................... 9 art, music, museums ................... 15 new & vintage ................................ 19 indoors & out ................................. 25 lodging ............................................ 29 transportation & services ........... 32

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Promoting Adams, Pike & Hancock Counties in Western IL, in partnership with DCEO/ Illinois Office of Tourism.

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Faves Our Five Favorite New Things to share with you. Places + Projects created or re-imagined . [in alphabetical order] 57&Vine Tasting Room Five

Located on the Mississippi bluffs be- tween Quincy and Hannibal, offering six varieties of wine, small plates, and exquisite sunsets | pointedvine.com Education Sculpture Series This ground-breaking project is one of the largest investments in public art in our area’s history, featuring 8 original works at area schools | artsquincy.org Gardner Park Trail Unparalleled in the area, 3 miles of hik- ing, running & mountain biking trails through wildlife and rocky areas, with amazing views | quincyparkdistrict.com The Patio Restaurant & Lounge This iconic 1959 venue steals the show for the most swanky remodel & serves classic cocktails like the Grasshopper + 2-in thick KNAPchop | quincypatio.com The Ratskeller A German ratskeller (underground bar) in the Quincy Brewery District, serving European beers + German and craft cocktails | dickbrothersbrewery.com

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Self-Guided Driving Tours

See the sights on your own terms 24/7

Golden Mascot Reagan leads you to 40 pet-friendly spots in Quincy SeeQuincy.com > Pet-Friendly Guide Pet-Friendly Quincy

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Tours Our distinctive mix of self-guided navigations incorporates art, archi- tecture, history, food and nature. Drive, walk or bike at your leisure. 8 Great 1 ABUNDANT ARCHITECTURE 48 properties, including a walking tour in the East End Historic District

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MID MOD QUINCY 30 premier examples from down- town to the Quincy Regional Airport SMILE MILE 60-minute tour of 15 stops; walk or bike it to truly soak in the vibes GATEWAY CITY 20-point driving tour map plus historic time lines from 1835-1865 MUSEUM TRAIL BoGo Pass to 12 museums > Buy one admittance, get the 2nd free OFF THE RECORD 13 locations > eleven in Quincy plus two in Nauvoo & Pittsfied SPOTS TO SPOT EAGLES 10 spots to spot Bald Eagles from approximately Nov-Feb MURAL FIND + DINE 24-point tour paired with appetiz-

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Tour the city with over 3,600 structures contributing to the National Register of Historic Places.You’ll see a boat club moved by barge in the early 1900s, a 20,000-square-foot mansion built with a basement bowling alley, and a 1948 Lustron pre-fab enameled steel home. Abundant Architecture Quincy’s New Signature Guide

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Mad for Mid Mod?! So are we and Quincy offers a jackpot stash of this cool era. Feast your eyes on stunning commercial & religious structures plus sprawling swanky subdivisions in our wondrous tour. A handful of incredible 1930s Art Moderne surprises are also included. Mid Mod Quincy Mid-Century Modern Marvels

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Quincy’s most notable thoroughfare, fromWashington Park to Madison Park. Featuring art, architecture, history, shop- ping and dining. Explore the city’s two oldest parks and experience the cultural & culinary wonders in between. Catch free live music during the summer months. Smile, You’re On The Maine Street Mile

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Significant sites and the compelling stories surrounding Quincy’s prominent role in history as a place of refuge & a gateway for freedom seekers. Explore the city’s involvement in the Underground Railroad, as a Potawatomi Shelter and Mormon Refuge, plus its early German Heritage. Gateway City Quincy’s Important First Three Decades

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Abe, art, architecture, agriculture, aviation, alcohol: a dozen eclectic museums dot the Quincy area offering an assortment of experiences. From a 1900s Mediterranean castle, a former brewery with vast underground tunnels to the 20,000-sq-ft mansion pictured above. BoGo Museum Pass A-List of Quincy Museums

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Bizarre, brow-raising, spooky and spine-tingling. Arguably a top favorite among locals and visitors alike, this mysteri- ous tour reveals places associated with intriguing past res- idents. Learn of Mob activity, ghost sightings, and famous Hollywood starlets like Mary Astor. Off the Record The Famous & Infamous Thirteen

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Prime locations to view the great Bald Eagle along the Mis- sissippi River in Western Illinois. The drive begins in his- toric Nauvoo, heads south through Quincy and culminates in Pittsfield. Scenic overlooks, quaint attractions and tasty treats are paired with each stop. Spots to Spot The National Bird of the U.S. since 1782

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To celebrate the beauty and power of diversity, we’ve paired two of the Quincy community’s greatest passions: art + food. The 10-mile route showcases broad sections of the city, and the street art illustrated is as varied as the artists and residents themselves. Mural Find + Dine Art Hits the Wall

Taste flavor tours

Summer Flavor Tours

In 2021 Thyme Square Bakery & Cafe was added to the Illinois Made program, honoring the creative & original products from 200 small businesses unique to Illinois. EnjoyIllinois.com

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Tours The ultimate tour for the Curious Foodie: Five Chefs/Five Venues/Full on Flavor. Guided Food Pave your way through five locally owned eateries in Quincy’s historic downtown. Each Saturday during the summer, progressive chefs prepare signa- ture dishes & drinks, presenting a seasonally artistic brunch/lunch menu with a bonus coffee & cock- tail in the mix. Your adventure to some of the city’s most inspiring culinary experiences will be guided by a local food am- bassador sharing colorful historic insights. Often, the tour meanders through the Farmers Market and makes a stop at a local boutique. Flavor Tours accommodate up to 16 people and 24-hour advance reser- vations are required. Bon Appetite!

Saturdays |10a-1p | June-August

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Taste restaurants

ELECTRIC FOUNTAIN BREWING Two locations! Small batch coffee roaster featuring exciting handcrafted drinks prepared for you on various brewing devices. 625 MAINE, STE 103 | QUINCY | 217.214.9321 108 N 4TH | CANTON, MO | 573.288.2739 MAINE COURSE mainecoursequincy.com Quality dining, serving the freshest steaks, seafood & produce. Featuring the area’s largest whiskey selection. Casual & contemporary atmosphere: “It’s just about great food”. 626 MAINE | QUINCY | 217.222.6244 THE DOCK thedockthatrocks.com Enjoy the beautiful outdoor setting and come dance the night away at Quincy’s local riverfront bar. Remodeled indoor/outdoor space. Like us on Facebook! 1021 BONANSINGA DR | QUINCY 217.223.9748 CASSANO’S PIZZA & SUBS Serving Quincy exceptional pizza cut in bite- sized squares since 1966. Open 7 days a week with daily lunch specials. Dine-in, carry out and delivery available. 312 N 27TH | QUINCY | 217.228.1414 Coffee and sandwiches served in a comfortable, eclectic space. A full menu of coffee drinks and inventive pressed sandwiches. Don’t miss the freshly baked cookies! 432 S 8TH | QUINCY | 217.214.7953 CALFTOWN CAFE COFFEE & SANDWICHES calftowncafe.com THE SCOREBOARD A great place to eat and drink! Still serving the best burgers in town. Reader’s Choice winner for Best Burger the last 3 years! Come sit down and visit with old friends and make some new ones! 234 S 8TH ST | QUINCY | 217.223.8511

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TCBY tcby.com/home/quincy “The Country’s Best Yogurt”– delicious, nutritious frozen yogurt, waffle cones, sundaes, shakes, smoothies, banana splits, cappuccino chillers, cakes and pies. 18TH & STATE | QUINCY | 217.228.2292 SPARE TIME SPORTS BAR thetangerinebowl.com Smoked pulled pork, burgers, pizza, tenderloins & homemade cheesecake! Expansive beer & liquor selection. Weekly food & drink specials, big screen, games. Open 7 days a week till 1a. Inside The Tangerine Bowl. 3530 MAINE | QUINCY | 217.222.8262 The Quincy area’s only award-winning farm-to-table restaurant/bakery, featuring handmade, chef-pre- pared dishes for breakfast/lunch/special events. 2020 Reader’s Choice winner for Best Fine Dining Restaurant. 615 HAMPSHIRE | QUINCY | 217.224.3515 TIRAMISU tiramisuquincy.com At Tiramisu you’ll find authentic Italian fine dining at affordable prices. We’re proud of our fresh in- gredients and selection of fine wines. Reader’s Choice Fine Dining Award Winner (2018/19/21) and Best Restaurant Award (2020/21). 131 N 4TH | QUINCY | 217.222.9560 UNDERBRINK’S BAKERY underbrinks.com Authentic German bakery since 1929. Many original “formulas” in use today. Heavenly Angel Food Cupcakes topped with buttercream icing. 2018-20 Reader’s Choice BEST SWEET winner! 1627 COLLEGE | QUINCY | 217.222.1831 WINKING’S MARKET winkingsmarket.com Lovingly operated by the Winking family for over 70 years now…corner mom ‘n pop deli serving cold cuts, hot sandwiches, homemade soup and ice cold pop, brown-bag style. 416 S 4TH ST | QUINCY | 217.223.4764 THYME SQUARE CAFE & BAKERY thymesquarecafe.net

Taste restaurants + wineries Quincy offers over 130 dining options. Peruse the 65 locally-owned spots in the new Local Fix Guide. SeeQuincy.com > Local Fix Food Guide

BAXTER’S VINEYARDS & WINERY nauvoowinery.com Oldest winery in Illinois with 14 varieties of wines, cheese and nibbles. Wine Barrel bar and patio offers extended hours in a relaxing atmosphere. 2010 E. PARLEY ST | NAUVOO 217.453.2528 LAKE HILL WINERY lakehillwinery.com A scenic & relaxing gathering place to enjoy hand- crafted wine, Lake Hill has been west central Illinois’ premier winery & banquet hall since 2010. Visit our wines page for selections we produce. Tasting room bar/gift shop also onsite.1822 E COUNTY RD 1540 | CARTHAGE | 217.375.CORK (2675) POINTE D’VINE pointedivine.com An intimate, walk-up bar with finite seating in- doors and an expansive deck for dining outdoors. Follow 57&Vine on FB/Instagram for live mu- sic dates and more details! 276 HIGHWAY 57 QUINCY, IL | 217.656.3056 SPIRIT KNOB WINERY spiritknob.com With a beautiful view and close to 300 medals, Spirit Knob is one of the most award-winning wineries in the state. 2211 E 640TH PL | URSA | 217.9642678

VILLAGE VINEYARD & WINERY villagevineyardwinery.com

Offering over 20 varieties of wine, with an out- door patio overlooking the vineyard. Serving a full menu Friday & Saturday evenings. Dine by the vines! 337 N VERMONT ST | CAMP POINT 217.509.9463

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Mississippi Valley Wine Trail

Seven Wineries in Western Illinois Free Wine Trail Swag SeeQuincy.com | 800.978.4748

Cultivate architecture

Private Home Tours

FLAVOR TOURS

This Maine Street mansion is on the tour and also available for overnight accommodations TheGasLampQuincy.com

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Tours Wish you could see inside some of our stately homes? We’ll get you in. At only $5/person per home, it’s the best value around. Group Private Home Tours is a SeeQuincy program offering custom tours for groups of 6 or more. There are 17 beauties in Quincy’s East End His- toric District from which to choose. We recommend two-four homes; the average tour lasts 30 minutes. Below is a sample gallery of four homes on the tour. Let us know when you’d like to snoop. We can set up your tour with as little as 24-hour notice. SeeQuincy.com | 800.978.4748

Cultivate art, music, museums

Our brand new Bogo Museum Guide gives you access to the city’s twelve eclectic museums: Buy one admittance, get the 2nd Free.

The A-List of sites covers a range of

subject matter: Abe, art aviation agriculture architecture alcohol.

SeeQuincy.com > BoGo Museum Guide

The Quincy Museum offers a variety of exhibits and educational programs focusing on the history of Quincy and Adams County set in the restored Newcomb-Stillwell House. Come tour our first floor, restored to the grandeur of the 1890’s. Second and Third floor exhibits focus on Quincy History, Dinosaurs, Native Americans, and the Quincy and Adams County area.

THE QUINCY MUSEUM 1601 Maine • Quincy • 224-7669 Admission: $5/adult $3/student Hours: Tues.-Sun. 1pm-5pm

www.thequincymuseum.org

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JOHN WOOD MANSION hsqac.org Greek Revival-style home of Quincy’s founder and Illinois governor; exhibits featuring Lincoln’s Quincy ties. (Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County). Open Tues-Sat 10a-4p. 425 S 12TH ST | QUINCY | 217.222.1835 LEGACY THEATER thelegacytheater.com Join us for quality, live entertainment at The Legacy Theater! Family-friendly shows year round. Visit our website for schedule/tickets. Like us on Facebook! 1160 BUCHANAN ST | CARTHAGE | 217.357.9479 2022 marks the 25th year of Blues in the District ~ an event that’s hosted by The District and been free to the public since inception. 2nd & 4th Fridays | 5:30-9:30pm | June-Aug Washington Park | 5th & Maine thedistrictquincy.com

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Love Vintage & Mid Mod Decor? Check out our Shop Vintage Quincy List with over 30 locations in three counties. SeeQuincy.com > Shop Vintage Quincy

SASSY JO’S sassyjosboutique.com The area’s only family owned children’s boutique where you’ll find affordable, trendy clothing, ac - cessories & more! Style & Fun for all your Sassy Jo’s & Sassy Bro’s. 609 HAMPSHIRE | QUINCY | 217.209.3673 YORK STREET THRIFT SHOP Upscale thrift store located in the heart of historic downtown Quincy, across from the Oakley-Lind - say Convention Center. Something for everyone in the family! 301 S YORK ST | QUINCY | 217.222.0706 DOMESTICS, ETC Stop in for unique gifts, home decor, custom florals, jewelry, window coverings and blinds, plus home staging services. 119 NORTH 6TH | QUINCY Second location: Quincy Town Center 33RD & BROADWAY | 217.223.2799 GOLD STANDARD TATTOO CO We are a professional tattoo business. Previously Loyal to None, our team: Gordon (owner/artist); Kelsey (shop manager/artist). 611 HAMPSHIRE | QUINCY | 217.224.3551

QUINCY TOWN CENTER The only enclosed mall within 100 miles that features more than 50 specialty shops and restaurants. 3347 BROADWAY | QUINCY | 217.223.8713

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QunicyTownCenter.com 3347 Qui cy Mall • Quin y, IL 62301 217-223-8713 • quincytowncenter.com

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Shop online at SeeQuincy.com or at the Villa Kathrine 532 Gardner Expy | 800.978.4748 Get your Quincy swag! SeeQuincy offers an assortment of branded items including apparel, drink ware and fun accessories. Plus, our popular hardbound Quincy Architecture book. Shop online at SeeQuincy.com or at the Villa Kathrine 532 Gardner Expy | 800.978.4748 et yo r uincy swag! SeeQuincy offers an assortment of branded items including appar- el, drink ware and fun accessories. Plus, our popular har bound Quincy Architecture book.

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DUTCH COUNTRY GENERAL STORE dutchcountrygeneralstore.com

Come delight at the unique, nostalgic, and hand- made product lines which include old-fashioned toys, traditional Amish wood furniture, bulk food, candy, baking items and more. 305 N MAIN | HANNIBAL, MO | 573.719.3372

THE FIREWORKS SUPERSTORE thefireworkssuperstorellc.com

You won’t see this selection anywhere else! 126,000-square-foot store, almost 3 acres under one roof! Open All Year. 55969 TRABUE LANE HANNIBAL, MO | 573.221.5849

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OLD-FASHIONED TOYS FREE ICE CREAM CONES. FREE COFFEE. FREE POPCORN. ALL DAY, EVERY DAY. SO. MUCH. MORE. HANNIBAL SOUVENIRS!

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STOP IN TO EXPERIENCE #HANNIBALPROUD THE DUTCH COUNTRY WAY.

573.719.3372 Mon-Sat 9am-6pm | Sun 11am-4pm 305 N. Main St., Hannibal www.dutchcountrygeneralstore.com

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Bike Quincy

Rent Automatic Treks or a Tandem Cruiser by the day or hour

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PORCHER’S ROCK CREEK STABLES porchersstables.com Come horse around with us! Porcher’s (poor- shays) offers riding lessons, boarding, and train- ing. Trail riding events are offered for special oc- casions - call for details. Check us out on FB. By appt only. 5028 W SAINT ANTHONY RD QUINCY AXE COMPANY quincyaxecompany.com Providing our community and surrounding area with a unique and adventurous option for enter- tainment in downtown Quincy. Book your axe throwing reservation at QuincyAxeCompany.com today! 625 MAINE ST, SUITE 102 | QUINCY | 217.214.6883 SCOTTIE’S FUN SPOT scottiesfunspot.com Attractions for all ages: laser tag, roller skating, bumper cars, go carts, bowling, Ballocity, mini golf & large game arcade, plus great prizes. 8000 BROADWAY | QUINCY | 217.222.3868 TANGERINE BOWL thetangerinebowl.com A state-of-the-art bowling facility equipped with 24 lanes. Plus a full restaurant/bar, pool & game room, party room and banquet facility. 3530 MAINE | QUINCY | 217.222.8262 MARK TWAIN HOME & MUSEUM FOUNDATION marktwainmuseum.org Come see where the stories started! Tour five historic properties & two interactive museums. Experience live performances; view treasured artifacts & original Norman Rockwells. 120 MAIN | HANNIBAL, MO | 573.221.9010 AQUATECH MARINE aquatechmarine.net We pride ourselves on giving our customers the best service available, the best parts & accessories, and a staff that understands all aspects of our business. Aquatech Marine, we make your fun really run! 247 BROADWAY | QUINCY | 217.222.6006

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Rest lodging The city of Quincy offers 800 lodging rooms with a total of 1,600 rooms in our 3-county area including hotels, bed & breakfasts and airbnb/vrbo rentals. Full Accommodations List > SeeQuincy.com

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ALTHOFF MOTEL Reasonable Rates, Continental Breakfast, High Speed Internet. Operators: Jim & JoAnn Althoff 3511 N 24TH ST | QUINCY 217.228.2460 | 217.228.9204 fax

THE ATRIUM HOTEL ON THIRD theatriumhotelonthird.com

FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES All rooms are non-smoking, with refrigerators and microwaves. Fitness room, guest laundry, indoor pool/spa, free wi-fi, complimentary hot breakfast and great Marriott service. Small meeting space avail. 4415 BROADWAY | QUINCY | 217.223.5922 DRIFTWOOD CAMPGROUND RV PARK rvquincy.com Since 1965, your host in scenic Western Illi- nois. Playground, swimming pool, free showers, washers/dryers available, hiking trails and boat ramp access. 2300 BONANSINGA | QUINCY | 217.222.7229 Where quality time is spent with family and friends. Located adjacent to the Convention Center and in close proximity to restaurants and tourism activities. 201 S 3RD ST | QUINCY | 217.222.2666

NAUVOO GRAND BED & BREAKFAST thenauvoogrand.com

Please call today and make your reservation to enjoy the best of Nauvoo in an intimate historic setting surrounded by idyllic orchards & vineyards!

2015 E PARLEY ST | NAUVOO 217.453.2528 | 800.854.1396 QUALITY INN & SUITES

Make yourself at home in one of the 64 air-con- ditioned rooms featuring refrigerators, compli- mentary internet, cable and coffee/tea makers. Housekeeping is provided daily. Free breakfast. 225 S 4TH | QUINCY | 217.224.8378 TEN ACRE TREE HOUSES tenacretreehouses.net Whimsical tree house village for nightly rentals. Spend a secluded, quiet night in a tree house or a log cabin on 28 acres of Western Illinois Timber! 1825 N COUNTY RD 900 | NAUVOO 217.440.8006

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Find transportation/community services

QUINCY REGIONAL AIRPORT capeair.com 1645 HWY 104 | 800.CAPE.AIR | 217.885.3285 >Cape Air daily flights to: St Louis Lambert + Chicago O’Hare AMTRAK amtrak.com 2914 WISMANN LN | 800.USA.RAIL | Daily service to Chicago >6:12am departure and 10:17pm arrival (IL Zephyr) >5:30pm departure and 12:02pm arrival (Carl Sandburg) QUINCY TRANSIT LINES quincy-il.gov/transit/home.htm 8020 JENNIFER RD | 217.228.4550 > Qcy Public Transportation TRAILWAYS BUS SYSTEM (at County Market Express) 301 RIVERVIEW AVE | 877.467.3346 >Daily service to St Louis, MO & Burlington, IA ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR enterprise.com 4519 BROADWAY | 800.325.8007 | 217.222.7000 BIKE QUINCY seequincy.com 532 GARDNER EXPY | 800.978.4748 >Bike rentals by the hour or day | Tandem/2 automatic Treks

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QUINCY STORAGE & TRANSFER quincystg.com Quincy Storage & Transfer is here for all of your local moving, storage, warehousing and relocation needs. 2925 WISMANN LN | QUINCY | 217.222.1144 STATE STREET BANK StateStreetBank.com Four area locations and serving the community since 1890. Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender. QUINCY ATMs: 801 State | 48th & Broadway 24th & Spring | 217.223.6480

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