BLOCK 10.

1851 & 1871


(1851-2)

Forgotten Buildings is what Mrs. G.W. Eastman called Block 10 as she described (in 1954) what was here; On the corner of State & Main Streets stood "The Italian Saloon (Lot 1), Hubbard Stone's Tinshop (Lot 2), being next south and Pierre Bogneriz' Paint Shop (Lot 3) being between Stone's and Schartze's (Lot 4)" By 1852 Franklin & Wolfe (Lot 5), Brainard's (Lot 6).


1852 On State & Main Streets (southeast corner) this lot had a wood structure known as the Italian Saloon. Owner, Luigi Marietti.

"In the Colombo Saloon deeds...the saloon was on the north 35' half as they called it, while Stone's Stove Shop was on the south 19' half. Apparently it had originally been considered a 50' lot and then divided, both keeping the lot number originally given as Lot 50, then later being changed to Lots 1 & 2."


Dart's Map 1871



Special Thanks to Diane Harrington for the research - 2015


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