1st Street

FIRST STREET

1st STREET BEGINS AT FELIX STREET and ENDS AT FRANCIS STREET


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Circa 1872
DAN O'TOOLE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST
102 Felix Street

1st & Felix Street no longer exists, the I-229 exit is now at this location






Circa 1937
CHARLESTON HOTEL
107 Felix Street
Circa 1950
CHARLESTON HOTEL
107 Felix Street

In 1937, James Evans was the manager
In 1950, Ora & Ira Coleman was the managers. In 1950, they were having problems with their liquor license. Photo is 1950 News Press photograph
1st & Felix Street no longer exists, the I-229 exit is now at this location




Circa 1937
HUNT BROTHERS FRUIT COMPANY
109 Felix Street

James Evans was the manager
1st & Felix Street no longer exists, the I-229 exit is now at this location




Circa 1900
FIRE HOUSE
HOSE COMPANY #1
111 Felix Street

The building no longer exists
1st & Felix Street no longer exists, the I-229 exit is now at this location






Circa 1874
H. KAHN & COMPANY WATCHES & OPTICANS
114 Felix Street

1st & Felix Street no longer exists, the I-229 exit is now at this location




Circa 1900
CITY HALL
116 Felix Street

The building no longer exists
1st & Felix Street no longer exists, the I-229 exit is now at this location




Circa 1937
Ralph Doanes Restaurant
117 Felix Street

The building no longer exists
1st & Felix Street no longer exists, the I-229 exit is now at this location






COBBLESTONE STREET
1st & Francis Street

This cobblestone street no longer exists




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Circa 1850
EDGAR HOUSE
101 Francis Street
Circa 1859
PLANTER HOUSE
101 Francis Street
Circa 1907
ST JOSEPH PAPER BOX
101-117 Francis Street
UNITED PAPER & OFFICE SUPPLY
101-113 Francis Street

Originally built in 1850 on the northeast corner of Main & Francis streets
Later to become known as the Planter House
For one year, John Abell had a hotel in this structure
United Paper currently owns the property and building
(1907, remodeled 1930) Warehouse/Light Manufacturing Facility. No stylistic influence. Two story brick building with parapet roof and tile coping; eight bays. Modern entry with flanking sash at west end. Multi-light metal industrial sash in second through sixth and eighth bays; brick seventh bay. Second story third through eighth bays with two rowlock segmental arch windows infilled with brick and glass block, but openings maintained. West end with stone lintels below glass block infilled openings; openings maintained. Covered concrete loading dock spans west elevation.
This structure is still standing
It sits across Main Street from the old Nabisco factory
Photo #7 - 1930 City Directory advertisement



ROBIDOUX LANDING PLAYHOUSE
103 Francis Street

In July of 2007 RRT opened their new venue, Robidoux Landing Playhouse
RRT is proud to offer a dinner theatre at its best
The Robidoux Landing Playhouse is also home to a stand-up comedy club, a jazz club, numerous dinner shows and even a children's theatre summer camp




ALEXANDER HOTEL
114 Francis Street

The building no longer exists






Circa 1872
DAN O'TOOLE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST
102 Felix Street

1st & Felix Street no longer exists, the I-229 exit is now at this location






Circa 1903
101-113 Jules Street

101-113 Jules Street: (1903) Three story brick building with brick parapet above corbeled brick cornice. Six window bays at second and third stories with projecting segmental arched hoods. Storefront completely altered with new brick facing, corbeled "cornice," and single deeply recessed pedestrian entry; no other fenestration. One-story concrete block and brick wing to west with similar new brick facing and detailing. Fenestration on east elevation almost completely obliterated. No integrity remains.




Circa 1974
120 Jules Street

(1974) Modern one story large metal garage building on concrete foundation with six garage doors.






Circa 1907
117-119 Francis Street

(1907, remodeled 1919) Warehouse/Light Manufacturing. No stylistic influence. Complex four-part brick corner structure (also 202-204, 206-210 N. Second St.). West section: two story, two bay brick building; first story with one large and one small multi-light industrial sash; single center multi-light industrial sash on second story. West center section: two story brick building with center entry with transom and sidelights flanked by two small basement sash; ra is,ed first story with four infilled glass block windows, openings maintained; four small'attic windows.
Corner section: one story, east elevation with wood loading dock door in south bay; two 8-light industrial sash; stepped parapet; three 8-light industrial windows on south. North section (Second Street): one story; pedestrian door in south bay, two large industrial sash to north; parapet roof.




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