As seen in Google maps:
There is a 1914 Touring in the lower left corner by the rock. He has a Prest-O-Lite tank on his running board.
Ken in Texas
Amazing what we do to turn our character filled streets into
boiled down dirty sock water.
More amazing still is that this building wasn't torn down and
replaced with a square glass box or quickie mart.
Give them time Burger, give them time.
It's nice to see some of the other buildings have survived too.
What's amazing to me is that some of the details survive after nearly a hundred years! Look at that sort of hokey look'n gutter/downspout system just to the right of the clock, and that has somehow survived all these years!
I don't think that's a 1914 in the left corner. Look closer at the doors, and I believe you'll see it's a 1913.
Thanks for posting Herb, I always enjoy looking at these old photos. Great looking building, they shouldn't have changed anything. I really like the porches.
What a delight for me to see these wonderful pictures and the detailed observations posted. Thank you guys, one and all.