Taken in 1910-11, this is somewhere on South Sandusky, but where?.
Taken in 1910-11, this would be looking northeast from the corner of South Sandusky and East Rensselaer St toward the Square. The Rowe building later housed the F.W. Woolworth in the thirties.
About 1910-11 first block of North Sandusky looking south from the railroad. During the 1940s-50s would the white building with bay windows above the street the Fischer Hardware building? The building to the right of that used to be Ferguson's Gift Shop and the next building would be Heckerts Grocery, as I remember. --Frances Reiter … Continue reading Frances Reiter Remembers Sandusky Ave in Bucyrus Ohio
Approximately 1910-11, looking south toward Rensselaer St. from the edge of the first block of South Sandusky and the Square. During 1940s-50s, at extreme left would be former Newberry 5&10 Cent Store, Baumoel's, and G.C. Murphy's Department Store. At extreme right would be front of former Second National Bank and Clady's Drug Store, among others. … Continue reading Looking South Toward Rensselaer Street in Bucyrus Ohio
Looking south at the first block of South Sandusky from the middle of Washington Square possibly in early 1900-1910s about the time horse and buggies and trolley car lines were the main transportation. --Frances Reiter 2007