Monday, January 9, 2012

Ampere Area, early 20th Century


Above: view is looking south down N. 16th St, across 4th Avenue; railroad tracks are behind the photographer and to his left; 4th Avenue railroad crossing is to the left.






Above: Morrow Brothers Grocery (1905-1967)


                                                           Morrow Brothers Grocery photos courtesy of Jane Morrow Israel


                                                                  Below: Interior of Morrow Brothers Grocery









Below: view NW across the tracks from the Crocker-Wheeler side 


Above: Springdale Avenue and North Maple Avenue





       Above and below: view is looking south down N. 16th St, across 4th Avenue; railroad tracks are behind the                                photographer and to his left; 4th Avenue railroad crossing is to the left.


                                               
                                                Below: Interior of Morrow Brothers Grocery

                        Above: view is looking west; Columbian School is to photographer's left.


          Above: North 22nd Street; view is looking south from Springdale Avenue toward 4th Avenue;
Columbian Playground is behind houses on the right

                                                Above: Crocker-Wheeler is behind the station



Above: Springdale Avenue and North Maple Avenue

                                      Below: looking south on North 18th Street from 4th Avenue





1 comment:

  1. I saw your blog through Geneabloggers. Do you know if the early school registers have survived and if so where they are located?

    Regards, Jim
    Hidden Genealogy Nuggets

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