Picture #13. West Side of corner of Washington and East 6th Streets.
Picture #14. East 5th Street looking West from Washington Street.
Picture #15. A little humor here, a sort of creative way to settle neighborhood disputes. On the serious side: Just not sure where this is. Anyone who knows this location we would appreciate hearing from you. Thanks. :O)
Picture #16. Bus Termonal. North Side of East 5th and Walnut.
Picture #17. Just not sure where this is. Anyone who knows this location we would appreciate hearing from you. Thanks.
Picture #18. Ther general opinion so far is that this was Dresden Ave. probably approaching where Route 170 is now.
Picture #19. Thanks to Helen Pickering Doherty/ #19, my first inclination was Avondale but I'm definitely not sure.
Picture #20. The other not well known Kroger Truck Picture. Horn Switch at St Clair, Broadway and Lincoln Ave. looking South on Broadway.
Picture #21. Broadway at East 6th Street. The building is the Potters Savings and Loan and Office Building.
Picture #22. West 5th Street looking West from Market Street.
Picture #23.Intersection of Broadway and East 4th lookig south towards the river.
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