This photo shows Main Street, looking west from 801 Main St., in the early 1910s. There were mud streets, but concrete sidewalks. The first building on right is the John Suppiger store. Note the fire bell still on the porch ceiling. However, the fire department’s wide doors had been removed for a new entry to the Journal newspaper office. Down the street is the Breauchard Bakery Building, the three-story John Spindler Store, and the F. Ryhiner & Co. Bank building. The post card from the Roland Harris collection and will be given to the Highland Home Museum, along with many other Highland Streets.
This photo shows Main Street, looking west from 801 Main St., in the early 1910s. There were mud streets, but concrete sidewalks. The first building on right is the John Suppiger store. Note the fire bell still on the porch ceiling. However, the fire department’s wide doors had been removed for a new entry to the Journal newspaper office. Down the street is the Breauchard Bakery Building, the three-story John Spindler Store, and the F. Ryhiner & Co. Bank building. The post card from the Roland Harris collection and will be given to the Highland Home Museum, along with many other Highland Streets.
This photo shows Main Street, looking west from 801 Main St., in the early 1910s. There were mud streets, but concrete sidewalks. The first building on right is the John Suppiger store. Note the fire bell still on the porch ceiling. However, the fire department’s wide doors had been removed for a new entry to the Journal newspaper office. Down the street is the Breauchard Bakery Building, the three-story John Spindler Store, and the F. Ryhiner & Co. Bank building. The post card from the Roland Harris collection and will be given to the Highland Home Museum, along with many other Highland Streets.

More on Main Street in Highland from the early 1900s

June 30, 2016 11:50 AM