Date: December 5, 1987
Creator: Cherokee County Historical Society
Description: Copy negative of Jacksonville's main street looking south from S. Main and Commerce Streets intersection in 1926. The building on the left is the First National Bank Building. The Whitaker Drug Store, the Palace Barber Shop, the three-story Templeton Building, Bounds and Pearson Dry Goods, Thad Ray Dry Goods, Bando's Candy Kitchen, Toggery Shoppe, Robertson Plumbing Co., Wenatchee Hotel and Cafe, and the Texas Bank and Trust stand on the same side. On the right side of the street are L. E. Frank Dry Goods, Western Union, George L. Barber Grocery, M. L. Earle Insurance, the Jacksonville City Band Hall housed in the same building as the Barber's Grocery, Deason Grocery, M System Grocery on the corner in the Devereux building, and the Opera House and dance studio on the second story of the Devereux building. The trees on the right are in City Park.
Contributing Partner: Cherokee County Historical Commission