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Second Avenue at the Point (circa 1860)
Buildings; Streets; Churches
North side of Second Avenue west of Liberty Street, across from The Point, about 1860. The Kirberger building was constructed in the empty space in 1865. O. H. Hunter and Central Clothing featured at the...
Rafts at Warren Eddy (circa 1880)
The Warren eddy from the foot of Poplar Street in the early 1880s. Lumber rafts made up in the Conewango Creek are being assembled into Allegheny rafts of 3-section width. Note that the raft with a shanty...
Tanner Store at Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (1816)
General stores; Buildings
Archibald Tanner's 1816 general store building on the south side of Pennsylvania Avenue, just west of the Exchange Block and next to the suspension bridge. It stood until 1909 when the Soldiers and Sailors...
View from hill above Fifth Avenue (1910)
Churches; Hotels; Railroads; Brewing industry; Hospitals
View from the hill above Fifth Avenue west, 1910. Left to right: St. Joseph's Church, Smith-Horton Company, Pennsylvania Railroad depot, Revere House hotel (behind the depot), Struthers-Wells, and the...
Warren Mills and Adjoining Buildings (circa 1875)
Mills; Buildings; Streets
Part of Warren Mills and buildings adjoining on the west ca 1875. South side of Pennsylvania Avenue west of Liberty Street. Burned 1881. (Note: Irregularity at left).
Warren Savings Bank Building (1910)
Banks; Street railroads
The Warren Savings Bank building at Pennsylvania and Second Avenue in 1910 or slightly later. Note streetcar disappearing from view at far right.
Conewango Looking Up (circa 1878)
Swing bridges; Oil well drilling rigs; Streams
Looking up the Conewango from below Jefferson Avenue, showing original Third Avenue swinging (foot) bridge and original wooden Fifth Avenue bridge, about 1878. Both bridges were taken out by ice in 1883....
Lesser Sisters House and Store (circa 1958)
Lesser sisters house and store building, 309 and 311 Third Avenue West, shortly before being razed to make way for a New Process Company (2004 Blair Corp.) addition/annex. Note rose window of First Evangelical...
Grasshopper Oil Field (1903)
Petroleum workers; People
Lease in Grasshopper Oil Field on the flats, east side, 1903-04. Note Col. Windsor marked with an "x".
Company I Dedication (1922)
Dedications; Bridges; Monuments
Dedication of the Company I temple on November 11, 1922, erected in memory of the first 13 Warren County men who lost their lives in World War I. Note Soldiers and Sailors Monument east of the Hickory...
South Side Looking North (circa 1916)
Buildings; Banks; Churches; Schools
View north from above the south side in 1916 or 1917. Prominent large buildings are left, the First Methodist Church (site of city fire station), the Struthers Library Building, and right, the Warren Bank...
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...
Liberty Street Looking North (1906)
Liberty Street looking north from Second Avenue, 1906. Note the first YMCA building in the center. Warren National Bank (PNC Bank) is at left, the Struthers Library building in the distance, on Third Avenue....
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 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...
Flood of 1894 (1894)
Floods; Streets; Exhibition buildings; Buildings
View from above Fifth Avenue at Hazel Street towards the flooded (1894?) south side fairgrounds. Note the advertisements for Pickett Hardware Co., J. C. Smith boots and shoes, Morck Brothers Jewelers and...
Flood of 1918 (1918)
Floods; Rivers; Buildings
Corydon flood and ice jam, February 14-21, 1918. Note height of water on the railroad bridge.
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....
Rafts at Hickory Street and Pennsylvania Avenue (1887)
Rivers; Exhibition buildings; People; Baby carriages
View from Hickory Street to the river and south side fairgrounds in 1887. The Carver House hotel is at right. Ladies in period dress with prams. Note the high-wheeler at right.
Leonhart & Son, Harness Makers (1885)
People; Stores & shops; Houseboats
Leonhart & Son, Harness Makers, shop in extreme west end of the Exchange block of Pennsylvania Avenue, circa 1885. An addition to the west later housed the Warren VFW chapter clubrooms. This portion of...
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