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300 BLOCK - EAST FOURTH STREET - UNION ST TO BROADWAY STREET

400 BLOCK - NORTH SIDE EAST FOURTH STREET BROADWAY STREET TO WALNUT STREET CONTINUED

a A 1897 Sanborn fire insurance map, of the north side of today's 400 block of E. 4th St. It must be noted that at that time. E. 4th St. had another name.

The 1923 Sanborn fire insurance map of the 400 block of E. 4th St..

First brick house. Torn down when American Legion house was built. Salvation Army now in 1978.

 


 

400 BLOCK - SOUTH SIDE EAST FOURTH STREET BROADWAY STREET TO WALNUT STREET CONTINUED

A 1897 Sanborn fire insurance map, of the north side of today's 400 block of E. 4th St.

Diedrick's Home. Fourth and Broadway where the High School now stands. [Kent State Presently] Was used as a school for a time. 1895

The 1923 Sanborn fire insurance map of the 400 block of E. 4th St.

Late 1950s aerial photograph of the high school complex straddling Broadway on E. 4th St.

Both the north and south sides of the street of the 400 block of E. 4th St. in the 1950s

Chadwicks, also known as birches. A popular student hang out next door to the high school building going east on E. 4th St.

A hotel on the corner of Walnut and E. 4th St.. It was known by a couple of names, Wabash and or Ceramic hotel. Picture courtesy of Kelsey Hedrick

This picture in the early 70s of the same hotel. Picture courtesy of Kelsey Hedrick.

A 1971 picture taken from Newell Heights across the Ohio River showing our target area of E. 4th St. and a bit more East Liverpool

 


 

400 BLOCK - NORTH SIDE EAST FOURTH STREET BROADWAY STREET TO WALNUT STREET 2017

A typical picture take it any time from around 1915 to the late 1960s. Students changing classes at the East Liverpool high school.

Latter part of the 1900s or early 2000's. The high school building was now part of the local branch of Kent State University. Directly across the street was now a parking lot for Kent State.

The remaining pictures in this section except for the very last one were taken in May 2017. It is the 400 block as it looks today.

Looking towards the 500 Block of East 4th Srteet.

CONTINUE ON TO Fourth Street ELO Then and Now18

 

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