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Block of buildings on Liberty, Fifth and Trade Streets demolished for the transit center, 1995.

Block of buildings on Liberty, Fifth and Trade Streets demolished for the transit center, 1995.

Block of buildings on Liberty, Fifth and Trade Streets demolished for the transit center, 1995. Photo shows the side of a building on Trade Street that has advertising for Holbrook and Winfrey Saloon and Restaurant which was in business on Trade St. in the early 1900’s.

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  1. I believe the Old Henry’s Whiskey ad was my great or great great grandfather’s, Henry Gunst.
    My dad has a few of his whickey bottles. This is cool to see this. thank you.

  2. The building pictured still stands under a new veneer of brick. It was built in 1883.

  3. Thank you for this picture.
    Sincerely,
    Chris Holbrook

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