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Robert Wagner House

Robert Wagner House

About The Robert Wagner House Jigaw Puzzle:

Robert Wagner was the son of George Wagner who owned Atlantic Brewery in Rock Island, Illinois, United States. His house was designated as a Rock Island Landmark in 1984. The Wagner home was designed in the Classical Revival style by Frederick G. Clausen of Davenport, Iowa and was built in 1904.

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00 : 20
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00 : 46

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01 : 35
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10 : 02

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

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03 : 29
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16 : 04

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05 : 54
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29 : 07

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09 : 56
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47 : 35

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21 : 22
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2 : 50 : 39

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