- 7:35 pm - Tuesday, May 22, 2012
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Some historical trivia from The Dispatch “Look Back” blog:
This photo taken around the turn of the century shows the F.W. Atcherson livery stable at 56-62 E. Gay St. in downtown Columbus. (Today, if you head east alon Gay Street from the Residence Inn, this is between the Inn and the parking lot at the corner of Gay and Third.)
Signs read “hacks, coupes, baggage, livery, automobiles.” The smaller building, at lower right, is the office of veterinarians Leist and Brandewie. Stairs at the lower left led to more veterinarians — Hillock and Hillock.
More at the blog…