|Title||Campbell Avenue Looking East From 1st Street S. W., circa 1907|
A black and white photograph taken circa 1907 of Campbell Avenue looking east from 1st Street (Henry Street at that time). There is a policeman standing in the street in the left foreground, looking toward the photographer. Two sets of streetcars tracks run the length of Campbell Avenue. There are several horse-drawn wagons and horses visible in the street.
In the right foreground, the business sign of Davis Steam Dye Works, located at 102 Campbell Avenue, is visible. On the same side of the street, across the intersection with 1st Street, is the Watt, Rettew & Clay building. A sign for Smith & King law offices is painted on the fifth-story window of the building. See similar Object ID 1990.69.177.
|Photographer||Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company|
|Year Range from||1900.0|
|Year Range to||1910.0|
|Copyright||All rights belong to the History Museum of Western Virginia without restriction.|
Street railroad tracks
1st Street, SE
Davis Steam Dye Works
Baker, William F.
|Collection||History Museum Photograph Collection|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|