This gingerbread style building was built around the 1870’s as the City Hall and Fire Station for the City of Murfreesboro. It was located on the corner of Church and Maple. It the 1920’s, the City Hall moved to Main Street. The “Po Boy Restaurant” was located there during the Depression.
FLASHBACK THURSDAY: Here's a picture of The Princess Theatre in it's original Church Street location. This is circa 1920, just before the moved to the corner of Maple and College. (The Guidance Center is the current resident of this particuliar building)
Fire Station No. 24, Cleveland, Ohio | Shared by LION. Dad was at the original #20s house at West 44th and Clark Ave. The city closed it then reopened it with a different number. The building next door was a nationality hall called Cszeka Sin Sokol.
The building formerly located at 208 S. Church Street, as it appeared in 1988. Built c. 1880, on the 1887 Sanborn map this is shown as a grocery store. Linebaugh Library and City Plaza now occupy this spot. #tbt, #throwbackthursday
Homestead, Fla -- Historic Town Hall Museum was constructed in 1917 and is on both the local and the national registry of historic buildings. It served as the City of Homestead Council Chambers, Police Department and Fire House, back in the day.