Contributor(s)Interviewer: Tresner, Charlene, 1918-
KeywordsNellie Lee Perkins; Emmett Walker; Herbert Edmonds; Art Hawthorne; Dr. Kirkland; Douglass Sadler; Mabel Jennaway; Woelz; Mr. Heckel; Millie Edmonds; Barbara Edmonds Coffin; Vinton Coffin; Jessie Edmonds Coffin; Roy Coffin; Ron McDonald; Mr. Tynan; Jenny Walsh; Harry Perkins; Alice Perkins; Mary Hottel; Della Miller; Barton O. Aylesworth; Dr. Miller; Ada Goldsboro; Lucille Thompson Groth; Arnold Groth; Ora Long; Dr. McHugh; Shorty Shields; Dr. Bennett; Tom Robertson; Helen Robertson Bennett; A.W. Scott; Mr. Welch; Charlie Evans; Bill Sudolph; Mrs. Edmonds; L.C. Moore; Mr. Hottel; Edmonds Dry Goods Company; Miss Eisenbower's Millinery Store; Scott's Drug Store; McDonald's Store; Hughes clothing store; Robertson Building; Colorado Building; Julians; Roblings Dry Goods Store; Brown Shoe Company; Bon Marche; Colorado Governor's Highway Commission; Colorado State Prison; Stanley Hotel; State BUilding; Armstrong Hotel; Remington School; Franklin School; Steele's Market; St. Joseph Catholic Church; Larimer County Farm; Fort Collins Hospital; Nedley Hotel; JoAnn Shop; Buick Garage; Long Apartments; Elk's Lodge; Hughes Clothing Store; City Drug Store; Walgreen's; Golden Rule Store; White Company; Woolworth's; Stork System of Savings; First National Bank; Poudre Valley Bank; S&H Green Stamps; Americard; Brown-McDonald Store; Old Main; Larimer County Courthouse; Melon, Iowa; Boulder; Fort Collins; Greeley; Mountain Avenue; College Avenue; Linden Street; Oak Street; New York City; Chicago, Illinois; Syracuse, NY; Longmont; Mason Street; Long Beach, CA; Florida; Germany; Norfolk, VA; Cincinnati, Ohio; Cheyenne, WY; Loveland; US Highway 87; Canon City; Poudre Canyon; Peterson Street; California; Denver; Estes Park; Arizona; San Diego, CA; Remington Street; Matthews Street; Magnolia Street; Fossil Creek; Yellowstone National Park; Jackson Lake; Jackson Hole; Moran, WY; Laramie, WY; Salt Lake City, UT; Hawaii; Automobiles; Banks; Buildings: Business; Celebrations; Clothing and Dress Businesses; Dressmakers and Tailors; Drug Stores; Dry Goods; Ethnic Groups: Germans from Russia; Hotels and Boarding Houses; Roads and Streets; Sheep; Social Events; Transportation Dealers; Fish; Edmonds family history; Service/Civic Clubs: Elks; Transportation: Highways; Transportation: Automobiles
Perkins, Nellie Lee.;Perkins, Harry.;Fort Collins (Colo.) -- History.
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Milwaukee Avenue looking south from School StreetGrogan Photo Company (Cameo Greeting card Co., 4729 N. Western Ave. Chicago, -)A view of the north end of Libertyville's business district on the east side of Milwaukee Avenue. Some of the businesses that can be identified are Herschberger's Appliance Store, the Quality Bake Shop, Mackey's Jewelry Store and Woolworth's. In the foreground, a tall vertical sign attached to the brick front of the Gridley Building reads "La Villa." The La Villa was a movie theater located on the second floor of the building. It ceased operation in 1937 when the new Liberty Theatre debuted.
Dempster Street West from Crawford Avenue Photograph, circa 1960Casey Ryback (1960)Photograph of Dempster Street west from Crawford Avenue in Skokie, Illinois, circa 1960. Business shown on left: Dempster Garden Center, located at 3327 Dempster Street. Businesses shown on right: Jewel Foods and the Texaco Gas Station. This photograph is part of the collection of the Skokie Historical Society.
Grand panoramic view of the east side of Washington Street, Boston, Mass., commencing at the corner of State Street and extending to No. 206.Pierce, William J., engraver.; Gleason, Frederick, 1816-1896, publisher.; Major, engraver. (Boston : Published by F. Gleason., http://cat)Three horizontal views of the eat side of Boston's Washington Street showing the intersections of State St., Water St., Spring Lane, Milk St., and Franklin St. Individual buildings are depicted and identified. Detached from Gleason's Pictorial, v. 4, no. 21, May 21, 1853, pp.328-329. The panorama is in three sections of equal size. The top section was engraved by Major, the middle was anonymous, and the bottom was engraved by William J. Peirce. Shops and other buildings included in the prints are Fisk [Elijah P.] & Cushing [Isaac] tailors; J.W. Chaffin, and Blake Ward in the building at the corner of State and Washington Sts; Charles A. Smith, tailor, and Newall A. Thompson, auctioneer, occupying the Old State House; John H. & Francis F. Farwell, printers, Morse [George H.] & Tuttle [Joseph W.], engravers; The Fire, Marine, & Life Insurance, and F. [possibly Frederick] Brown, apothecary, in no. 70 on the corner of State and Washington Sts; T.M. and William P. Fetridge & Co., circulating library, 72 Washington St.; Huntington & Mears and John P. Rice, gentlemen's furnishings at 80 Washington St., the Adams Express Co. and Wentworth Book Agency at 84 and 86 Washington St.; Brewer, Stevens & Cushing druggists, wholesalers, and patent lozenge factory at 92 Washington; John A. Whipple, daguerreotypist, George N. Nichols, tailor, the Roxbury Rubber Co., the City Missionary Society, and John ___ollomore & Co. at 96 Washington St.; the Boston Gas Light Co., and S[amuel] K. Whipple, bookseller, at 100 Washington; Nathan[iel] Dearborn, engraver, and Charles S. Stimson, bookbinder, at 104 and 106 Washington St.; Phillips, Sampson & Co., booksellers and Little and Brown, booksellers, at 100 & 112 Washington St.; Tappan & Whittemore, stationery and books, 114 Washington St.; H[ugh] McAdams, bookbinder, and Tuft, Whiting & Co. at 120 Washington St; Watchman & Reflector and B[enjamin] H. Greene, bookseller, at 12 Washington St. at corner of Water St.; Daily Mail Office, Cutler & N. Hunt, S.E. Brown at SE corner of Water St.; NE Tea Store; Boston & Chelsea Dye House, Star Spangled Banner Office at 132 Washington St.; Josiah F. Bumstead, manufacturers and importers of paper hangings, James Monroe & Co. at 134 Washington St.; [Horace E.] Armington, merchant tailor, Eayrs [William C.] & Fairbanks [J.L.], stationers, at 136 Washington St.; Seth W. Fowle, druggist at 138 Washington St.; Lemuel N. Ide, bookseller and publisher at 138 1/2 Washington St.; Barrett & Brothers Dye House at 140 Washington St.; Fowler & Wells, phrenologists and publishers, Martin L. Bradford, hardware, at 142 Washington St.; [Milton E.] Walcott, importer of watches, Benjamin W. Gage, crockery and glass, Clapps Print Depot at 144 Washington St.; Old South Church; Davis & Watson, [Dan'l B.] Widdifield & Co., opticians, [Richard] Currier & [Peter] Trott, watches and jewelry, at 148 Washington St. at the corner of Milk St.; Henry Smith & Son, hosiery and gloves, at 150 Washington St.; Weeks [Andrew G.] & Potter [W.B.], druggists, at 154 Washington St.; James H. Foster & Son, paper hangings, [William H.] Stinson, lithographer, at 156 Washington St.; Washington Coffee House; [Robert A.] Cross & [C.H.] Freeman, printers, [Samuel R.] Philbrick, [B. Carpenter], Trafton & Co., druggists, at 160 Washington St.; Parker Fowle & Sons, carpets, at 164 Washington St.,; Samuel Herman, furnishing warehouse, Carlton's Printing Office, [George B.] Pickett, merchant tailor, at 166 Washington St.; Norton Newcomb, Jr., paper hangings, at 168 Washington St.; [Hiram] Washburn & Co., hats, caps & furs, Edward Hixon, upholsterer, at 170 Washington St. [William F.] Shaw, solar lamps and gas fixtures, at 174 Washington St.; [Justus] Webster & [Simeon] Havens, mathematical instruments and silver plating at 176 Washington St.; [George] Croome & Co., upholsterers, at 178 Washington St.; Henry Wenzell, boots & shoes, at 180 Washington St.; [Frederick] Weis, umbrellas and parasols, Charles Bradlee, piano tuner, David Clapp, printer, [Eben] Clapp, Jr., books & stationery, at 184 Washington St. at the corner of Franklin St.; Luther Stevens, plateprinter, George G. Smith, engraver, William C. Merriam, gents' furnishing store, at 186 Washington St. at the corner of Franklin St.; Mrs. M.B. Longhurst, importer of fashions, [Johns S.] painter at 190 Washington St.; [George W.] Warren & Co., dry goods, at 192 Washington St.; [John] Kimball & [Henry] Wight, boots and shoes, at 196 Washington St.; [John C.] Haskell, ladies' boot manufacturer, Samuel S. Mooney, hairdresser, at 198 Washington St.; Thomas E. Moseley, shoes, Henry E.Dagett at 202 Washington Street.