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- Tags: horses
RNRV38 Horse and Buggy
Horse and buggy in Downtown Roanoke.
RNRV15 Confederate Veterans
Confederate veterans parade through Downtown in conjunction with reunion.
Tags: Confederate Veterans, confederates, horses, parades
RNRV5 Davis Children
Paul, Edith, and Frangie Davis with Frank the horse at Davis home on Salem Avenue.
Tags: Edith Davis, Frangie Davis, horses, Paul Davis
FE301 Market Square
In the days before trucks were ubiquitous, farmers brought their goods to the City Market in buckboards, carts, and Conestoga wagons.
FE077 City Market
A bustling Market Square.
FE034 Horton Livery
Horton and Roberts Livery Stable stood on Henry Street (now 1st Street SW) just north of the northeast corner of Henry Street and Church Avenue.
FE033 Big Lick Livery
In 1898, the Big Lick Livery Stable stood on Henry Street (1st Street SW) just north of Roanoke's first federally funded post office (located on the NE corner of Henry (1st) Street and Church Avenue) which can be seen in the background. In 1890 this…
FE028 Fire Ladder
Firemen pose on a ladder pulled by horses. The building in the background was on the corner of 1st Street and Church Avenue.
FE00 GW Sisler
G.W. Sisler Funeral Home, formerly located at 23 First (Salem) Avenue.
BM 376 George Burris
George M. Burris (right) on a hay wagon, Bent Mountain.
Tags: George M. Burris, horses, wagons
BM 317 Henry McGuire
Henry P. McGuire of Cave Spring in J.L. Dishong fruit and vegetable wagon.
Tags: Henry P. McGuire, horses, J.L. Dishong, wagons
BM 298 John Austin
John Philip Austin at his home located across Route 221 from Mt. Union Church of the Brethren. Austin was the first person to have heart by-pass surgery at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
Tags: horses, John Philip Austin
BM 280 Sarah and Ballard Martin
Sarah and Ballard Martin in front of home. Home is presently located on Shingle Ridge Road, off of Cotton Hill Road. Grandson Damon Martin is in buggy.
BM 270 Dr. Edward Tinsley
Dr. Edward Tinsley ready to start rounds on horseback. His house is in background. Tinsley practiced from 1890 to 1940 in the Bent Mountain area.
Tags: doctors, Dr. Edward Tinsley, horses, houses
BM 118 Charlie Poage
Charlie Poage, son of William Poage, with team of horses in front of Poage farmhouse on Route 221.
Tags: Charlie Poage, horses, Poage Farm, Route 221
MP 4.43 Salem Avenue
Looking west at saloons along Salem Avenue. The Silver Moon Quick Lunch, Raleigh Cafe and Brady's were located at approximately 20 Salem Avenue SW.
MP 4.44 Salem Avenue
Looking west from the 100 block of Salem Avenue SE. A horse takes a drink from the Dog's Mouth Fountain, visible at right.
Tags: buggies, Dog Mouth Fountain, horses, Salem Avenue
Davis 65.11 Fire Station #1
Fire Station #1, located at 13 Church Avenue, was completed in 1907. The building, now on the National Register of Historic Places, was in service as a fire station for 100 years. A horse-drawn hose wagon (left) and ladder truck are seen in front of…
Davis 3.11 Old City Market
Old City Market. Old assembly hall in background. Circa 1890.
Davis 25.15 St. Andrews Construction
Men at work during the construction of St. Andrew's Catholic Church
Davis 2.162 Salem Avenue
Looking east on Salem Avenue from Henry Street (now 1st). This row of storefronts included a bowling alley; liquor store,;L.A. Tolbert Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing; Brady's Bar and Restaurant; a barbershop and a pool hall.
Tags: carriages, horses, Salem Avenue, wagons
Davis 2.16 Salem Avenue
A view of Salem Avenue at 2nd Street.
Tags: 2nd Street, Hartberger and Son, horses, Salem Avenue, wagons
Davis2 2.15 Welcome
United Council of Travelers Welcome banner for a conference in Roanoke.
Davis 12.1 Roanoke Post Office
Roanoke Post Office was located on the northeast corner of Church Avenue and 1st Street.
Davis 102.1 Heironimus and Brugh Float
Float decorated by Heironimus and Brugh Department Store for the Roanoke Decennial Parade.
Davis 1.311 Knepp & Co.
Knepp & Company Livery Stable, formerly located on the northwest corner of Jefferson Street and Church Avenue.