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Fourth Street looking South from Olive Street.

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Identifier: N17060

Title: Fourth Street looking South from Olive Street.

Description: A view of Fourth Street, looking south from Olive Street. A large domed-building can be seen in the background of a line of commercial buildings down Fourth Street. One structure is labeled with a sign in front of it which reads "Ticket Office 49" and has a few boards and crates before it on the sidewalk. Advertisements on its walls indicates that it is the "Chicago and Alton Ticket Office" and that they offer a "direct road" to Chicago, and trips to New York, Boston, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Detroit, Cleveland, and Niagara Falls. Many horses and carriages line the streets, as well as a few people and streetlamps. One building along the street is labeled "T.J. Albrightson" and "Billiard Saloon", and another has signs indicating that it offers engraving, music, and pianos.

Rights: UND

Place:

Dates: 1866

Type(s): Daguerreotype
Image

Maker/Creator: Thomas M. Easterly

Subjects: St. Louis Street Scenes
Fourth Street
Olive Street
streetlamp
Men
Horses
Carriages and carts
Ticket Office 49
Travel
outdoors
Daguerreotype
black and white
vertical
billiard saloon
Commercial Buildings and Advertising
Street lighting
Commercial buildings
Public architecture

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