A Shooting Gallery and a Marble Shop along Eureka’s Waterfront (1889)

I have to admit that while convenient for some, Eureka’s old town parking lots are starting to make me sad. I have looked at enough photos and maps to know that each of those lots used to be packed with interesting businesses and buildings. For example, this was Eureka’s waterfront between C and E Streets in 1889….

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Sanborn Fire Insurance Map, 1889

It looks like Baird’s Opera Hall may still be there. Maybe… 

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Google

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Google again

But nothing else survived…. 

One Response to A Shooting Gallery and a Marble Shop along Eureka’s Waterfront (1889)

  1. […] so much to Milton Phegley for this follow up information to yesterday’s post on the waterfront and Baird’s Opera House…  Per Milton: Indeed, Baird’s has survived.  Although, I cannot believe that it once […]

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