This building was actually built in 1927. It was called The Rosin Arcade. It held several different stores, such as the Boston Store, a hardware store, Koch's drug store, and even a ticket booth for an outside theater. Matter of fact the grand opening was February 25, 1927. Today it is home to many different shops, restaurants, and a bar. Such as Mary Margaret's Tea and Biscuit, Cafe Italiano, Rattlers Saloon, and The Whole Shebang. The upstairs has been converted to studio apartments for 55 and older. I'm not sure how old this picture is but there has been a few changes since. There is no longer stop lights. They have been replaces with stop signs. There is also brick pavers and curbing along with landscape.
Beautiful shot! I visited this marvellous place way back in 1979. Took a few photos there. I invite you to see how the Mission looked then. Regards, Jim
Beautiful House Picture!!!!!
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Wonderful Bridge Picture!!!!!
I do believe this house is currently for sale.
Very close!!! Just need a guy carrying a sack of hay or whatever that is. Well done.
I am looking for an old cracker or victorian to restore. What this on private property?
Hello dear chosen friend Ken, I can't tell you how pleased to see your work again I know these images are from your archive but to see your view of Florida from an architectural point of view again is very pleasing. I know you like to stay under the radar these days but thought you might like to see what I did with the Painted Ladies of San Francisco on my private Flickr site. My warmest regards Richard from Northern California.