1208 10th Street

 

Architecture:

    Style:                        Contemporary

    Description:              This small one story building was built as a commercial structure, and is connected to the residence located on 946 Court Street.  It is boxy, has a flat roof, with modern diagonal wood siding, and the foundation is cement.

 

 

Significant Period:

    Construction Date:     about 1922

    Architect/Builder:       Unknown

    Context:                    It first appears in the 1923-24 City Directory.  It served as a grocery in the 1920s and 1930s.  James and Martha Meigs were listed as proprietors in 1923-24.  It was listed as H. A. Smith Store #14 in 1930.  John and Rosalind Fiedler ran the store in 1931, and Louis and Mary Whitehead from 1933 to 1937.  The store was listed as vacant in 1938-39.  It was known as A & L Home Bakery in 1940 and A. J. Tunguay was proprietor.  The sign currently says “Child Evangelism Fellowship”.