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Circa 1845 - BUSINESSES LOCATED ON
Main STREET BETWEEN BETWEEN JULE AND FARAON
St Joseph's official history began on July 26, 1843 when it was incorporated by it's founder, Joseph Robidoux. There was a population of 200 which would grow to 500 by the end of the year
Most businesses were located on Main Street between Jule and Faraon Streets
In the first 50 years, this area of St Joseph would encounter many changes
BUSINESSES ON EAST SIDE OF Main STREET
Wiley English Saddlemaker
Hull & Carter Drugs & Sundries
P.T. Moss General Store
W. Ray & Brother Dry Goods
S. Knudson Clock & Watchmaker
Edgar House (1st 3 story house in St. Joseph)
Holladay & Somerville Drugs, Paints, Glass, Dishes, Surgical & Obstetrical Instruments
BUSINESSES ON WEST SIDE OF Main STREET
James Reilly General Merchandise
E. Livermore General Merchandise
E. H. Haycraft & Dr. J. B. Howard - Wholesale & Retail Drugs, Paints, Oils & Dye Stuffs
(located in Dr. McDonald's new building)
Joseph Venable Staple & Fancy Goods
Charles & Elias Perry General Merchandise



Circa 1860 - BUSINESSES LOCATED ON Main
BETWEEN BETWEEN JULE AND FARAON STREETS
By 1860, the population had grown to 8,932
Previous businesses on Main Street had moved to another location or had gone out of business
Below are the businesses located on Main Street in 1860
BUSINESSES ON EAST SIDE OF Main STREET
R. H. Cliff Billiards & Pistol Gallery
Volksblatt German Newspaper
Kansas Hall
Charles Beno - Billiards, Bowling, Confectioners & Restaurant
Charles Hansding Saloon
Henry Gronewag Cigars, Tobacco & Snuff
Day Brothers Stoves & Tinware
Planter's House
Bowers & Shepard Grocery
BUSINESSES ON WEST SIDE OF Main STREET
Marcellus Hall
Cunningham & Company Dry Goods
H. D. Haft Desks & Furniture
A. Schmidt Clothing
Western Hide & Leather Company
Michael Murphy Dry Goods
William Ray Dry Goods
Riddle & Company Grocers
E. Croft Wines
Occidental Hotel



Circa 1896 - BUSINESSES LOCATED ON Main STREET
BETWEEN BETWEEN FRANCIS AND FARAON
By 1896, the population had grown to 52,324
In the years following the Civil War prosperity returned to St Joseph
A number of companies were located north of Francis Street
The city served as a major wholesale center reaching it's zenith in the 1880's and 1890's
St Joseph Missouri was now known the world over for it's number of millionaires and the character of it's wholesale houses
Below are some of the houses and businesses located on Main Street in 1896
EAST SIDE OF Main STREET
Female Boarding House
St Joseph Artesian Ice & Cold Storage (Huston Wyeth President)
Lizzie Walters Residence
Jacob Eberhardt Residence
Charles Ebersold Boarding House
Female Boarding House
R. K. Allen's Lumber
Robert Huersch Barber
WEST SIDE OF Main STREET
Western Fuel Co. Coal & Wood (C. T. Donovan President, J. S. Patee Manager)
Sommer-Richardson Factory of the American Biscuit & Mfg Company


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Main STREET BEGINS AT FELIX STREET and GOES NORTH





Circa: 1888
SANBORN MAP OF Main STREET
From Felix to Faraon







CROSSING AT ST JOSEPH
Circa: 1859
Main & Felix Streets

In 1859, the only way to cross the Missouri river was by ferry




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Circa 1850
EDGAR HOUSE
101 Francis Street
Circa 1905
ADOLPH SCHWEIZER SALOON
101 Francis Street
PLANTER HOUSE
101 Francis Street
UNITED PAPER & OFFICE SUPPLY
101 Francis Street

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 building
The structure is still standing
It sits across Main Street from the old Nabisco factory






Circa: 1915
THE ROYAL MARKET
12 Edmond Street

Photo - 1915 St Joseph News Press advertisement




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Circa 1881
FREDERICK WENZ SHOE FACTORY
49-51 Edmond

Fredrick J. Wenz was born Jul. 6, 1845 in Stuttgart, Germany

He died in St Joseph Missouri on Nov. 14, 1925

Mr Wenz came to America at age 14, taking residence in St. Joseph, Missouri

Here he was educated and learned the trade of boot and shoe making

In 1866, he worked in Savannah until 1869 when he returned to St Joseph

In the spring of 1881, in company with Mr. Christian Frenger and J. H. Igler, he opened a wholesale house and footwear factory in downtown St Joseph

The factory was located on Edmond Street, between Main Street and 1st Street

Mr Wenz built a retail shoe store at 1421 & Penn Street

Besides selling the shoes & boots his factory made in this store, he also sold Buster Brown shoes

In photo #3, the name WENZ is clearly visible in the ornate stonework near the roof

Photo #1 - Advertisement showing the WENZ shoe factory listing
Photo #2 - Buster Brown shoe advertisement
Photo #3 - Wenz's retail store located at 1421 Penn Street
Photo #4 - Advertisement
Photo #5 - Buster Brown shoe advertisement
Photo #6 - Fredrick J. Wenz grave site in St Joseph




Circa 1930
St Joseph Railway Light Heating & Power
Southwest Corner of Main & Felix Street

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




Circa 1918
JOSEPH SMITH BOARDING HOUSE
101 Main Street
Circa 1924
RIVERSIDE HOTEL
101 Main Street
Circa 1930
CHARLESTON HOTEL
101 Main Street
Circa 1930
IRA COX RESTAURANT
101 Main Street
Circa 1940
CHARLESTON HOTEL
101 Main Street
Circa 1940
MRS FAYE WILLIAMS RESTAURANT
101 Main Street




Circa 1924
PHOENIX HOTEL
109 Main Street
Circa 1930
PHOENIX HOTEL
109 Main Street
Circa 1940
VACANT
109 Main Street
Circa 1958
VACANT
109 Main Street




Circa 1912
WATSON MUSIC COMPANY
111 Main
Circa 1918
WATSON MUSIC COMPANY
111 Main
Circa 1924
TEEGARDEN & SADLER CONTRACTORS
111 Main
Circa 1924
E. M. WATSON ELECTRIC PIANOS
111 Main
Circa 1930
WATSON BOTTLE COMPANY
111 Main
Circa 1930
E. M. WATSON ELECTRIC PIANOS
111 Main
Circa 1940
WATSON BOTTLE COMPANY
111 Main
Circa 1940
WATSON MUSIC COMPANY
111½ Main
Circa 1958
VACANT
111½ Main
MIDWEST SIGN COMPANY
111 Main




Circa 1900
John Schroder, Blacksmith
112 Main Street


Circa 1912
WYATT & GREEN WAREHOUSE
115 Main Street
Circa 1918
WYATT & GREEN WAREHOUSE
115 Main Street
Circa 1958
VACANT
115 Main Street




Circa 1900
Tement House (Hotel)
201 Main Street

FRANCIS STREET INTERSECTS





Circa 1867
STAR FLOURING MILLS
John Fairglough
Main & Francis Street





1 Nabisco2 Nabisco3 Nabisco4 Nabisco5 Nabisco6 Nabisco7 Nabisco8 Nabisco9 Nabisco10 Nabisco11 12 13 14 15

Circa 1873
SOMMER-RICHARDSON CANDY
202-224 Main
Circa 1873
FRANK L SOMMER BAKERY
202-224 Main
Circa 1876
FRANK L SOMMER BAKERY
112 South 3rd
Circa 1890
AMERICAN BISCUIT
202-224 Main
Circa 1898
NABISCO CRACKERS
202-224 Main
Circa 1899
UNEEDA BISCUIT
202-224 Main
Circa 1900
SOMMER-RICHARDSON FACTORY
202-224 Main
Circa 1912
National Biscuit Company
202-204 Main Street
Circa 1918
National Biscuit Company
202-204 Main Street
Circa 1924
Watson Biscuit Company
224 Main Street
Circa 1930
National Biscuit Company
202-204 Main Street
Circa 1940
NATIONAL BISCUIT
202-204 Main
Circa 1958
STAMPER F M FOOD PROCESSING
202 Main
CELEX PRODUCTS
202-224 Main

202-216 Main Street was built in two sections: 1892 (202-212) and 1898 (214-216). Although it has been slightly modified over the years , its Italianate influenced details are still evident in the rusticated brick pilasters , hooded segmental window arches, denticulated stringcourse, and corbeled brick parapet. It is a good example of an early warehouse/light manufacturing facility.
National Biscuit Company grew out of an earlier St. Joseph company, Sommer, Richardson & Co. ,the oldest manufacturer of crackers and confectionery in the city. National Biscuit Company was one of the largest and most successful manufacturing enterprises of St. Joseph, and was the maker of the famous Uneeda Biscuit, Uneeda Jinger Wayfer, Uneeda Milk Biscuit, Uneeda Graham Wafer, Iner Seal and Red Cross Brand crackers and candies. The factory covered the entire block on Main Street between Francis and Jules Streets (202-224 Main Street) and employed over 600 people. The plant had its own electric light plant, refrigerator plant, and telephone system
Frank L. Sommer owned a candy factory and a wholesale bakery
In 1873, the Sommer-Richardson Candy Factory was established
at 202-224 Main
In 1876 the F.L. Sommer & Company bakery was located at 112 South 3rd
Sommer began using baking soda to leaven its wafer thin cracker. His cracker was initially was called the Premium Soda Cracker His cracker would later be called "Saltines" because of the salt component
His invention quickly became popular and Sommer's business quadrupled within four years. In 1890, F.L. Sommer merged with other companies & formed American Biscuit Company. After further mergers, in 1898, it became part of the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco)
The Holiday Inn Hotel currently occupies the 112 South 3rd address. Celex Products currently occupies the original building at 202-224 Main

Photo #1 - 1880's - original factory at 112 South 3rd.
Photo #2 - His 2nd factory located at 202-224 Main
Photo #3 - Nabisco factory at 202-224 Main as it looks in 2012
Photo #4 - Nabisco factory at 202-224 Main as it looks in 2012
Photo #5 - 1910 Photo of Nabisco factory, horse drawn wagon at dock
Photo #6 - Nabisco building is currently occupied by Celex Products
Photo #7 - Nabisco factory at 202-224 Main as it looks in 2013
Photo #8 - Frank Sommer Home, 914 Main, also known as the Cracker House
Photo #9 - 1985 photo of the Frank Sommer home at 914 Main
Photo #10 - Sommer-Richardson Candy Factory at 202-224 Main
Photo #11 - Advertisement
Photo #12 - Sommer-Richardson Candy Factory at 202-224 Main
Photo #13 - Sommer Cracker advertisement
Photo #14 - Frank Sommer Home, 914 Main, also known as the Cracker House




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Circa 1892
ARTESIAN ICE & COLD STORAGE
215 Main
202 Main
Circa 1900
Artesian Ice & Cold Storage
211-225 Main Street
Circa 1900
Lizzie Walters
209 Main Street
Circa 1905
ARTESIAN ICE & COLD STORAGE
211 Main
Circa 1912
Artesian Ice & Cold Storage
211-223 Main Street
Circa 1918
Artesian Ice & Cold Storage
211-223 Main Street
Circa 1924
Artesian Ice & Cold Storage
211-223 Main Street
Circa 1930
Artesian Ice & Cold Storage
209-223 Main Street
Circa 1935
Artesian Ice & Cold Storage
209-223 Main Street
Circa 1940
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
202-204 Main
Circa 1958
Artesian Ice & Cold Storage
215 Main Street


In 1892, Huston Wyeth organized the Artesian Ice & Cold Storage Company
It was later moved to 202 Main
Huston Wyeth (1863-1925), President
L.C. Hamilton, Vice President & Manager
William Maxwell Wyeth (1832-1901), Treasurer
Photo #2 - 1894 Stock Certificate




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Circa 1849
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL
301 Main
Circa 1900
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL
301 Main
Circa 1900
LOUIS JACQUET SALOON
301 Main
Circa 1905
LOUIS JAQUET'S PLACE
WINES & LIQUORS
301 Main Street
Circa 1912
CLARENCE DOWNS SALOON
301 Main
Circa 1918
ERNEST BISCHOFF SALOON
301 Main

Occidental Hotel was located on the northeast corner of Main and Jule Streets.
It was formerly styled as the City Hotel.
The building, which was of brick, was erected in 1846, by William Fowler, the pioneer Circuit and County Clerk of Buchanan County.
It is, considering the early date of its origin, spacious, containing thirty five rooms, many of which were of unusual size.
In 1881, it was still a popular and well patronized hotel.
This hotel was torn down in 1954 to make room for the new Meadow Gold Dairy
Photo #1 - 1954 Newspaper article - hotel destruction
Photo #2 - 1878 St Joseph Gazette advertisement
Photo #3 - Louis Jacquet is the building with Quaker Oats lettering




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Circa 1890
FRANCIS STREET PASSENGER STATION
302 Main Street
Circa 1890
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN FREIGHT HOUSE
302 Main Street
Circa 1900
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN FREIGHT DEPOT
302 Main Street
Circa 1912
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN FREIGHT DEPOT
302 Main Street
Circa 1918
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN FREIGHT DEPOT
302 Main Street
Circa 1924
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN FREIGHT DEPOT
302 Main Street
Circa 1930
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN FREIGHT DEPOT
302 Main Street
Circa 1940
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN FREIGHT DEPOT
302 Main Street

Photo #1 - Interior photo of the paasenger station
Photo #2 - CGW Freight depot




Circa 1890
VACANT
303 Main
BEATRICE FOODS GARAGE
303 Main




Circa 1912
VACANT
305 Main




Circa 1900
RICHARD HOFFMANN UPHOLSTERING
321 Main
Circa 1912
JOSEPH KANEY RESTAURANT
321 Main




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Circa 1890
WILLIAM F. MANNSCHRECK MEAT MARKET
323 Main
Circa 1900
BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY
323 Main
Circa 1924
BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY
Corner of Jules & Main
Circa 1930
BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY
Corner of Jules & Main
Circa 1939
BEATRICE CREAMERY
Corner of Jules & Main
Circa 1940
BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY GARAGE
323 Main
Circa 1954
BEATRICE FOODS
Corner of Jules & Main
Circa 1958
BEATRICE FOODS GARAGE
323 Main

Blue Valley Creamery Company was founded by Huston Wyeth and James A. Walker in Chicago around 1900

The Blue Valley Creamery Company was incorporated in Missouri on May 1, 1900

The Missouri business was to be conducted in St. Joseph

Huston Wyeth's father, William Maxwell Wyeth, who had built a hardware, saddlery and real estate empire in St. Joseph, took over the Blue Valley Creamery business in St Joseph

William Maxwell Wyeth formed the Artesian Ice & Cold Storage Company in 1892

In 1918, Blue Valley Creamery Company was the 4th largest U.S. butter company

Blue Valley Creamery was acquired by Beatrice Creamery Company in 1939

Meadow Gold was a brand of Beatrice Creamery
In 1954, the Occidental Hotel was razed and Beatrice moved to Main & Jules location

Photo #1 - 1930'S photo of the Blue Valley fleet & employees
Photo #2 - Meadow Gold milk cartons
Photo #3 - Meadow Gold logo
Photo #4 - Horse drawn delivery wagon
Photo #5 - Home delivery of dairy products
Photo #6 - Meadow Gold dairy
Photo #7 - 1911 St Joseph News Press advertisement
Photo #8 - 1890, William F. Mannschreck Meat Market




Circa 1940
BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY GARAGE
323 Main



JULES STREET INTERSECTS





Circa 1867
L. F. WEIMER
Storage, Commission & Forwarding Merchant
Main Street, Between Francis & Jules Streets

Photo - 1867 St Joseph City Directory Advertisement




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Circa 1953
GERBER WAREHOUSE
Main & Jules Streets

July 1953 St Joseph Newspaper photo and article about Gerber's new distribution center warehouse
In 1953, the Chicago Great Western freight depot was razed and a new Gerber warehouse was constructed in the location
Photo #1 - 1953 St Joseph News Press photograph
Photo #2 - 1953 St Joseph News Press article about the new Gerber warehouse
Photo #3 - 1905 photo of the Chicago Great Western freight depot
Photo #4 - St Joseph News Press article about the new construction




Circa 1900
Richard Hoffmann Upholsterer & Decorator
323 Main






A BLOCK OF BUILDINGS
400 block of Main




Circa 1900
Fred Hoefer Meat Shop
401-403 Main
Circa 1900
Union Soap Works
403 Main
Circa 1912
Wheeler & M Mer Box Factory
401-403 Main






Circa 1890
A. J. Brunner Bakery
409 Main
Circa 1905
Louis Rector Construction
407 Main
Circa 1912
I. M. Rector & Son Contractors
407 Main
Circa 1918
Edward Teegarden Contractor
407 Main
Circa 1924
G. O. Rector Contractors
407 Main
Circa 1930
G. A. Rector Construction
407 Main






Circa 1905
Apartment House
411, 413, 415 Main
Circa 1918
VACANT
411, 413, 415 Main
Circa 1924
Mitchell Hill Seed Company Warehouse
415 Main

In 1905, the following tenants occupied this building
411 Main - John & Rose Riffey
413 Main - Henry Short
415 Main - George Braun



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Circa 1900
GEORGE BRAUN GROCER
417 Main
Circa 1900
PHILLIP P. BUDDY CONTRACTOR
417 Main
Circa 1900
ST JOSEPH CIGAR BOX FACTORY
419 Main
Circa 1905
NILES COOPER GROCERY
417 Main
Circa 1905
QUEEN CITY CIGAR BOX COMPANY
419 Main
Circa 1912
VACANT
417-A Main
Circa 1912
MITCHELHILL BROTHERS WAREHOUSE
417-B Main
Circa 1918
MITCHELHILL BROTHERS WAREHOUSE
417-419 Main
Circa 1930
FRANK VEY TINNING
417 Main
Circa 1930
QUISENBERRY METAL PRODUCTS
419 Main
Circa 1958
GENERAL ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY
419 Main



Circa 1900
LOUIS FISCHER BAKERY & CONFECTIONARY
421 Main
Circa 1912
LOUIS FISCHER BAKERY
421 Main
Circa 1940
ST JOSEPH ECCELESIA BIBLE CLASS
421 Main




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Circa 1905
LOUIS FISCHER BAKERY
423 Main
Circa 1918
LOUIS FISCHER BAKERY
423 Main
Circa 1918
MILTON RIEMER PHYSICIAN
423 Main
Circa 1940
LOUIS RIEMER MUSIC TEACHER
423 Main
Circa 1958
MILTON RIEMER PHYSICIAN
423 Main
Circa 1958
MILTON RIEMER PHYSICIAN
423½ Main



ROBIDOUX STREET INTERSECTS



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Circa 1880
P. P. BUDDY BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION CO
6th & Messanie
Circa 1890
P. P. BUDDY BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION CO
2nd & Jules
Circa 1905
P. P. BUDDY BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION CO
501 Main
Circa 1912
P. P. BUDDY BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION CO
501-503 Main
Circa 1918
JARVIS BRANDY COMPANY
501-503 Main
Circa 1924
P. P. BUDDY BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION CO
501 Main
Circa 1930
P. P. BUDDY BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION CO
501 Main
Circa 1940
CENTRAL READY MIXED CEMENT
501 Main
Circa 1958
HUND & EGER BOTTLING GARAGE
501 Main
Circa 1958
HUND & EGER BOTTLING ADVERTISING DEPT
501 Main
SCHLITZ BEER BOTTLING COMPANY
501 Main

The company started in a small shop at 6th & Messanie. Mr Philip Buddy was a master craftsman in the carpenter line and his ability to make correct estimates on the cost of proposed buildings soon gained for him a high reputation
Numerous substantial public and a handsome private residence in St Joseph are lasting monuments to the constructive skill and exceeding ability of this company
He built the old Kansas City shops and the old Buell Woolen Mills
After ten successful years, his growing business out grew the small shop and he moved to a bigger site at 2nd & Jules
His son joined the business as apprentice and journeyman from 1881 until 1890, when he was taken into the business as partner.
P. P. BUDDY 1825-1897, buried in St Joseph's Mount Olivet cemetary
The above information was provided by Linda Alders
Photo #1 - 1905 photo of P. P. Buddy's office at 501 Main Street
Photo #2 - P. P. Buddy photograph
Photo #3 - 501 Main Street
Photo #4 - 501 Main Street



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Circa 1890's
W. J. LEMP LAGER BEER DEPOT
419 Main
Circa 1900
LEMP BREWING COMPANY
505 Main
Circa 1905
LEMP LAGER BEER
BEN L. HELSLEY DISTRIBUTOR
505 Main
Circa 1912
W. J. LEMP BREWING COMPANY
505 Main
Circa 1912
SHEFFEL & COMPANY WHOLESALE LIQUORS
505 Main
Circa 1918
CHARLES TIEDERMAN BEER AGENT
505 Main
Circa 1930
VACANT
503-505 Main
Circa 1935
LAWHON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
505 Main
Circa 1940
LAWHON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
505 Main
Circa 1940
ST JOSEPH QUARRIES
505 Main
Circa 1958
LAWHON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
505 Main
GEORGE LAWHON GARAGE
505 Main

This was a depot for the St Louis Lemp brewery
By the middle 1890's, the Lemp brewery was becoming known all over America
They had already introduced the popular "Falstaff" beer, which is still brewed by another company today
The familiar logo once had the name "Lemp" emblazoned across it
This beer became a favorite across the country
This was something that had never really been done by a regional brewer before
Lemp was also the first brewery to establish coast-to-coast distribution of its beer
Lemp Lager Beer Depot, prior to 1903, was located at 419 Main
The structure no longer exists at 419 Main Street, a vacant lot exists at this location
After 1903, Lemp Lager Beer was located at 505 Main Street
The building at 505 Main is still standing
It was at one time the office for Lawhon Construction
It has been refaced with brick and currently being used for storage
Photo #2 - 1912 Lemp Beer News Press advertisement




Circa 1900
BENJAMIN WILLIAMS COAL & WOOD
511 Main Street
Circa 1912
VACANT
511 Main Street
Circa 1918
MATNEY COAL COMPANY
511 Main Street
Circa 1924
J. A. MATNEY COAL COMPANY
511 Main Street
Circa 1930
J. A. MATNEY COAL COMPANY
511 Main Street
Circa 1940
J. A. MATNEY COAL COMPANY
511 Main Street




Circa 1940
CENTRAL READY MIXED CONCRETE PLANT
516 Main Street






Circa 1977
UNITED STRUCTURAL ERECTORS
519 Main Street




Circa 1912
TOOTLE-CAMPBELL DRY GOODS BOX FACTORY
521 Main Street
Circa 1918
TOOTLE-CAMPBELL DRY GOODS BOX FACTORY
521 Main Street




Circa 1912
MISSOURI IRON & METAL COMPANY
524 Main Street
Circa 1918
W. F. DAVIS & SONS SODA WATER MANUFACTURER
524 Main Street



CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RR CROSSES
ISADORE STREET INTERSECTS



Circa 1912
ST JOSEPH WATER COMPANY WAREHOUSE
602 Main
Circa 1940
ST JOSEPH WATER COMPANY
PIPE YARD & METER DEPT
602 Main
Circa 1958
ST JOSEPH WATER COMPANY
PIPE YARD & METER DEPT
602 Main

The building no longer exists, Wire Rope consumed this location




Circa 1912
WEIGEL FURNITURE & CARPET WAREHOUSE
613 Main Street
Circa 1918
WEIGEL FURNITURE & CARPET WAREHOUSE
613 Main Street
Circa 1930
WEIGEL FURNITURE & CARPET COMPANY
613 Main Street
Circa 1940
M K GOETZ MainTENANCE DEPT
613 Main Street
Circa 1958
WILLIAMS TRUCK LINES
613 Main Street
Circa 1958
PACIFIC INTERMOUNTAIN EXPRESS TRUCK LINES
613 Main Street

The building no longer exists, Wire Rope consumed this location




Circa 1900
ANDREW KUEBLER MEAT MARKET
821 Main Street

The building no longer exists, Wire Rope consumed this location




Circa 1900
Louis Ransom Grocery
823 Main Street
Circa 1912
Prospect Park Pharmacy
823 Main Street
Circa 1918
General Ignition Company
823 Main Street
Circa 1958
Dale's 2nd Hand store
823 Main Street

The building no longer exists, Wire Rope consumed this location




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