1852 August - Alexis Maitre sold to Victor E. Magendie.
1854 July - The building burned, Magendie rebuilt of wood.
1855 The brick building was constructed. Victor E. Magendie had a large grocery and provisions store. "In the heart of the French quarter"
1856 Victor E. Magendie sold to his brother, Jean Baptiste Magendie.
1856 Henrietta Schulz advertised a "fire proof vault" (in the basement of the Magendie Building) as a saloon.
1857 August 25 - The fire partially destroyed the building. The building was improved.
1858? Henrietta Schulz advertised the "High Society Saloon" in the basement.
1860 Louis Brunet, a Frenchman from Lyon, who came to the USA in 1818, is listed in the 1860 Columbia census as a tailor.
1861 Magendie sold to Pedro Beronio and Pierre Bocquerraz. They sold groceries, wine and liquor.
1866 P. Gagliardi owned the building.
1868 Louis Brunet owned the building. Charles Smith ran a grocery and clothing store.
1880s Louis Brunet builds a house between the two brick buildings (east on Jackson Street).
1888 Louis Brunet dies. The store is bequeathed to his daughter Louise Brunet (Price) and step-daughter Rose Smith (Baier). (Louise Brunet was born in Columbia October 12, 1874.)
1928 Clara Solari bought the building from Louis Brunet's daughter, Mrs. Louise (Brunet) Price.
Main & Jackson Street