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600 BLOCK - NORTH AND SOUTH SIDE EAST FOURTH STREET COLLEGE STREET TO ELM STREET NOW CONTINUED

All that remains of what was once Elm Street.

 


 

700 BLOCK - NORTH AND SOUTH SIDE EAST FOURTH STREET ELM STREET TO PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE

There is very little on the south side of East 4th Street between Elm Street and Pennsylvania Ave, prior to the River View Apartments. There was just the Smith & Phillips Warehouse.

Smith and Phillips warehouse.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map 1923.

Showing the entire area from Broadway all the way to Pennsylvania Avenue. Exact date unknown but probably a good guess would be late 30s or early 40s

A 1949 photograph

 


 

700 BLOCK - NORTH AND SOUTH SIDE EAST FOURTH STREET ELM STREET TO PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 2017

E. 4th St. and Elm Street intersection. In front of us E. 4th St. begins to climb small hill which ultimately would end with the merger of Pennsylvania Avenue and E. 4th St.. That latter part no longer exists today as you can see from the sign.

This picture in the next one was taken from the parking lot of the Riverview Apartments

CONTINUE ON TO Fourth Street ELO Then and Now21

 

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