Here is an 1899 advertisement for the C. H. Jaquatte Jeweler located at the Parker corner. This is a difficult building to place, it was razed many decades ago. Possibly the sidewalk mounted clock will be a clue as to the location.
This Building was razed to build the Parker Department Store, which in time became the McCrory's five and ten on the corner of Pittsburgh St. and Spring St., where the Family Dollar is located today. There are a few images of the McCrory's with the clock shown on the corner.
If you know more about the Jeweler or the history of the column mounted street clock, please notify the Historical Society at email@example.com.
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