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Intersection of Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (1880)
Hotels; Street railroads
Liberty Street at Water Street (now Pennsylvania Avenue West) looking north about 1908. The New Struthers Hotel, built in 1880 and first known as the Warren Hotel, is now occupied by a Northwest Savings...
Warren-Jamestown Street Railway Co Passenger & Baggage Car at Liberty Street (circa 1906)
Department stores; Street railroads; People
Smith's department store, later Levinson department store and then Janick's department store, now part of Northwest Savings Bank office complex. Warren-Jamestown Street Railway passenger car--trolley--and...
Warren and Jamestown Street Railway Car 50 (1906)
Street railroads; People; Automobiles; Carts & wagons
Warren and Jamestown Street Railway baggage car #50 on Main Street in Russell, 1906. Joe Chase is walking east across the street and beyond him are both a wagon team and an early highwheeled auto.
Pennsylvania Avenue Street Fair (1897)
Buildings; Street musicians; Festivals
Pennsylvania Avenue at Liberty Street. Warren Street Fair of 1897 (before 1901 as Johnson Exchange burned in 1900). Adam Shutt (behind wagon) on platform of Warren Mills (Pickett Hardware 1953). Some kind...
Hickory Street Market (1905)
Hickory Street market about 1905. Brick paved street. Above what is now Snuffy's (2004) Restaurant (far right) was a Turkish bath. Oysters were available on the ground floor at Madden's. The building space...
Jefferson Street Looking West (1880)
Oil wells; Dwellings; Buildings
View west from above Jefferson Street to downtown Warren in 1880. At far left are the recently-built brick Jefferson Street school and next to it, the original one-story frame school building now (2004)...
Water Street, now Pennsylvania Avenue at Hickory Street (1862)
An 1862 view of Pennsylvania Avenue (then Water Street) at Hickory Street showing, left to right, the Carver House hotel, the Tanner block (brick) and, at far right, the first Mansion House.
Horse-drawn streetcar (1873)
Street railroads; Horse railroads
A view west on Pennsylvania Avenue (then Water Street) in 1873 just east of Hickory Street. A horse-drawn streetcar turns east into Second Avenue, heading for the terminus at Second Avenue and East Street....
Intersection of Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (1868)
Streets; Stores & shops; People
Intersection of Water Street (Pennsylvania Avenue) and Hickory Street in 1868. Stacked materials to the right were used in building the Hall block across the street, in the 400 block of Pennsylvania Avenue....
Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (Water Street) (circa 1860)
Streets; Buildings; Stores & shops
Hickory Street and Water Street (now Pennsylvania Avenue) about 1860. Three-story wood building beyond Carver House is James block, built in 1852. Right, the Tanner brick block, now (2004) the site of...
Market Street looking North (circa 1910)
Churches; Street railroads
Looking north up Market Street from Third Avenue. First Presbyterian church at right. An early open streetcar at center. Photo by Charles Chase ca 1910.
Water Street Looking East (1904)
Swinging bridges; Buildings; Schools
Looking east in 1904 from Water Street across the Third Avenue swinging footbridge. Piers are under construction for the new steel auto bridge. The large brick building right of the bridge, on Conewango...
Allegheny River at Hickory Street (circa 1910)
Rivers; Lock up; Suspension bridges; Buildings
Looking west on the Allegheny River at Hickory Street ca 1910. The stone building in the foreground is Warren's second city lock-up, replacing an earlier frame building on the other side of the suspension...
Andrew Ludlow Building (circa 1875)
The Andrew Ludlow building, northeast corner of Liberty Street and Second Avenue in 1875 or slightly later. This early business block was replaced in turn by the Hoffman building (1883) and the Kresge...
Liberty Street Looking Southeast (1873)
Dwellings; Historical societies; Churches
View from above Liberty Street, looking southeast across Fifth Avenue, in 1873. At center is the brick mansard-roofed Struthers-Wetmore-Schimmelfeng house (now -2004- Warren County Historical Society headquarters)....
Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (circa 1910)
Railroads; Buildings; Banks
Intersection of Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, ca 1910. At center is the Allen block. The Warren Street Railway offices and waiting room were in this building, now the site of headquarters of...
John F. Davis House (1900)
The John F. Davis house at the northwest corner of Market Street and Second Avenue, in 1900. It was moved to Beech Street (where it later became the office of Oneida Lumber) and the Conewango Club was...
Second Avenue and Liberty Street (circa 1880)
Buildings; Streets; Carts & Wagons
View from Watson-Davis block of the intersection of Second Avenue and Liberty Street about 1880. Left, the Allen block; center, the Ludlow block (later the site of Kresge's and now, 2004, the Liberty Street...
Second Avenue and Market Street (1896)
Schools; Hotels; Carts & wagons; Cigars, Groceries & liquors, Boots & shoes
The Ludlow House hotel, circa 1865, at the southeast corner of Second Avenue and Market Street. The Warren High School was built on this corner in 1896 and replaced in 1961 with the Market Street Elementary...
Corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Liberty Street (1899)
millrace; Stores & shops
The southeast corner of Pennsylvania Avenue ( then 440 Water Street) and Liberty Street, in 1899 the site of the bridge across the millrace at Liberty (across the race is part of the Piso building). Shops...
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