A portion of East Fifth Street, early 1900s. Thanks to Ann Mason, forner owner of the Crooks Building for permission to post this pic here.
Between 1912 and 1916 several new buildings including the Moreland Arcade at Fifth and Walnut Streets, the four story YMCA building, a two-story business "block" on Fifth Street on the former site of Isaac Knowles' home, and the Little Building on the Diamond were built. The City of Hills and Kilns Hills and Kilns page 280.
Gym in old YMCA Building corner E 4th Street and Washington Street. Thanks to Benjamin Barak for permission to use this picture here.
Sixth and Broadway showing the Goodwin Pottery. 1900. Dr. Birkett's Magic Lantern Glass Slides, #85.
Sixth and Broadway showing the Goodwin Pottery. 1900. Dr. Birkett's Magic Lantern Glass Slides, #86.
Lincoln Highway day, June 4, 1915.
This picture along with the following three pictures were of the same event, same day. Lincoln Highway day June 4, 1915. Corner of Market and Fifth Streets.
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