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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • THE TOY DEPARTMENT, 1913

Forsyth Street: 1910

Forsyth Street: 1910

Jacksonville, Florida, circa 1910. "Forsyth Street, west from Main." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 

Two things I noticed immediately

It's interesting to note the 3-digit license plates, with another car having a TWO-digit one.

The other thing is two different women sitting alone in the passenger seats of their cars; their husbands running errands no doubt.

+98

Below is the same view looking west on Forsyth Street past the intersection of Laura Street from January of 2008.

If I'm not mistaken

This photo is from 'the other side of the street' of the shot we saw in this thread

The Bisbee Building would be out of frame on the right of this shot, opposite of the Shamrock Hotel formerly located at 52 West Forsyth Street.

 
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