Main Street, 19th century

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Title

Main Street, 19th century

Subject

Several men and a horse-drawn wagon stand on the north side of Main Street, sometime before 1890. A brick building advertising Hay and Grain and marked as the Schwarz Bro's has large display windows. Jacob Schwarz, wearing a white apron and dark bowler hat, stands to the left of the doorway. Mrs. Jacob Schwarz (Phillip Shaul's sister) is the woman on the right side of the doorway. Monroe Gibbs, wearing a white apron, stands on the other side of the doorway. He would make sausage out of burro meat, and is holding a meat saw. Phillip School stands on the sidewalk holding a wheelbarrow. Emil Schull (Shaul) holds a basket behind the buggy. Other buildings in the photo include Cook's Restaurant, the Eureka Bakery, which also advertises Hay & Grain and well and Groceries & Provisions, and Ed Kreuger's Hardware Store, which boasts Stoves & Tin Shop.

Description

Cooks Restaurant, Schwarz Bros, Eureka Bakery, Ed Krueger's Hardware Store, Boardwalk, Horse-Drawn Cart, Buggy, Main Street

Source

BV Heritage

Date

1888-'89-'90

Contributor

Susie Kelly

Identifier

img028

Files

img028.jpg

Collection

Citation

“Main Street, 19th century,” Buena Vista Heritage, accessed February 28, 2024, https://buenavistaheritage.omeka.net/items/show/4077.