The buildingexists, and was occupied recently by a restaurant called "Redwood Calf Fiend".
Redwood Falls has an early 20th century iron railroad bridge nearby that is interesting:
That top pictures shows that interesting, dark gasoline of the day. I gotta learn more about that stuff. Sure made a mess of the street. Neat to see how the building has not changed much. I wonder if that pic was taken just after Ford stopped producing the T. The car in the showroom is a '26 or '27 and looks used and the dealership is selling Kelloggs Corn Flakes and everything else, possibly to survive.
Second picture, what is that machine in front of the man at the far left? Horn demonstrator? ?
Also, love the deer head.
That is a demonstrator for Sparton horns. It has three different models of their horns. I have one just like it. Next to it is a Champion Spark Plug cabinet. They are a beautiful display with the printed wood grain on metal with pictures of brass top spark plugs.
The third photo looks as though it is an early historical set out, note the look of the car, it aint new looking, could this pic have been a 50's photo ?? all roped off, showing old goodies from the late 20's.. hmmmm
I have another view of picture 3.
optional bumper on a display stand!