The first two on the roll of film capture an emergency response at the Four Corners. Notice the background. Anyone remember the Delmar Department Store and the Delmar Bootery?
And how about this one. Again there is the emergency on the right. But notice how much gas was back then. And notice that there was even a gas station where the mini park and clock are now. And notice that Peter Harris used to be where the sub shop is today.
The rest of the pictures seem to be documenting the large brick building that was on the corner of Delaware and Kenwood where Key Bank is today. It was taken down in 1974, so that gives an idea of the date of these snapshots. Enjoy!
|Looking east on Delaware. The Delmar Corner Store on the left is where Swifty's tent is today.|
|The Delmar Meat Market on the right in the background is where Great Wall is today.|