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The Point at Pennsylvania and Second Avenues (circa 1868)
Churches; Banks; Streets
The Point (Second Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue West) in 1868. In the distance is the spire of the then First Presbyterian Church on Market Street. The Beecher and Copeland Hardware stood on a portion...
Second Avenue at the Point (circa 1888)
Buildings; Streets; Carts & wagons
Second Avenue, looking east from The Point at Pennsylvania Avenue, about 1888. At extreme right is the nearly-new (1883) Hoffman building at Second Avenue and Liberty Street (now - 2004 - the site of the...
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...
Scott House at The Point: Pennsylvania Avenue and Second Street (1873)
Hotels; Banks; Churches
At The Point in 1873. The Scott House hotel, in the Watson-Davis block at right, lasted only a few years. The brick building farthest right on Second Avenue was the new (1871) First National Bank. Right...
The Island During Flood (1947)
Lower end of The Island during the April 1947 flood. The mouth of the millrace is at left. Originally called Breeze Point, this 19th century boat landing was newly named Breeze Point Landing in 2002, during...
Warren Savings Bank at The Point (circa 1875)
Warren Savings Bank at The Point, Second and Pennsylvania Avenue, about 1875. This building was constructed in front of the Watson-Davis block, the 3-story building directly behind it.
The Point a Celebration (1885)
Celebrations; Banks; Buildings; Streets
East at The Point in September 1885 during a local celebration instituting the Warren Commandery, Masons. At center is the Warren Savings Bank, behind it is the three-story Watson-Davis block, and a block...
Second Avenue at the Point (1869)
Shoe stores; Clothing stores; Buildings
An early (1869) photo of the south side of Second Avenue west of Liberty Street to The Point. The fourth frame building from the corner housed Smith's shoe store; next was the Central Clothing Store. The...
View West from The Point (circa 1880)
Bakeries; Streets; Buildings
View west from The Point, Second and Pennsylvania (then Water Street) Avenues, about 1880. At left center is Archibald Tanner's 1816 store building, which survived until 1909.
Warren Savings Bank Flat Iron Building at The Point (circa 1885)
View east on Pennsylvania Avenue from near Hickory Street about 1885. The original Warren Savings Bank building, shown here on The Point, burned in 1889. Its replacement was built in 1891.
The Scott House at the Point of Pennsylvania and Second Avenues (1873)
The Scott House Hotel occupied the Watson-Davis block for only a few years, closing in 1873, the year of this picture. Warren Street Railway horse car tracks are in the foreground on Second Avenue. This...
Warren Savings Bank Fire (1889)
Bank; Fires; People
A February 1889 fire destroyed the Warren Savings Bank at The Point, and behind it the old Watson-Davis brick block. In 1891 the new bank (now, 2004, National City Bank) was constructed on the site of...
Island View of Warren (circa 1887)
Hotels; Suspension Bridges; Banks; Buildings
View of Warren and The Island about 1887, from the south side. Far left, the Carver House hotel, and just right of the bridge, the tower of the old city building at Third Avenue and Hickory Street. The...
Pennsylvania Avenue (circa 1880)
View west from Second Avenue at The Point. Intersection with Pennsylvania Avenue, originally part of Water Street. Photo circa 1880.
Watson-Davis Block (1889)
Fires; Buildings; Banks
The Watson-Davis Block/Warren Savings Bank fire of 1889 in a view west on Second Avenue to The Point. This entire triangular block is now (2006) occupied the Northwest Savings Bank (1965) and the National...
South Side Looking North (circa 1916)
View north in 1916 or 1917 from the south side. The Hickory Street bridge is under construction at left. The lower end of The Island, Breeze Point, is at right.
First National Bank (1896)
First National Bank, north side of Second Avenue between Liberty Street and The Point in 1896. Merged with Warren National Bank in 1953. The lower façade was revised as neo-classical in 1911. Later a...
Second Avenue at the Point (1868)
North side of Second Avenue circa 1868. Brick buildings replacing the frame structures shown here became home to firms such as First National Bank, the Printz and Carnahan stores, G.C. Murphy's, and Warren...
Warren Savings Bank at The Point (circa 1890)
Banks; Buildings; Fires
The Warren Savings Bank and the three-story Watson-Davis block immediately behind about 1890. These buildings and two others attached to the east were destroyed in a February 1889 fire. They were replaced...
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....
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