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stories within

Posted by
Angelica M Santillan (Tennessee, United States) on 10 November 2007 in Architecture.

"...The Merchant’s Restaurant opened in 1988 in the old Merchant’s Hotel, which was constructed in 1892. The original structure was a three-story building built around 1870. It housed a pharmacy on the first floor (the original marble counter top and tile floor remain in place today), a hardware manufacturing company on the second floor, and a wholesale drug company on the third floor..." Check out http://www.merchantsrestaurant.com/history.cfm for more info. Very interesting history!- Downtown Broadway-Nashville, Tennessee

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FC from NewYork, United States

I saw a recent photo of yours from Gloucester MA, and at first I thought this was from a nearby town there - Worcester.
Nice perspective shot here, and nice reflection..

11 Nov 2007 1:25am

@FC: Thanks! I've lived in this town for 11 years now and really hadn't taken any pictures of downtown. There is so much history there. Worcester? I don't think we ever drove through there. I love Massachusetts, though. Beautiful state!

Japanalia from Japan

An interesting choice of angle! The reflections add to the attractive shape of the windows. Moreover, the presentation is something to thank you for, always satisfied to get some information about what I am looking at.

11 Nov 2007 12:53pm

@Japanalia: I absolutely love history and photography so it makes perfect sense to combine the two! :o) Thanks for the comment!

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