610 Main Street

Main St.
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This is how 610, 612 and 614 Main Street appeared in the Spring of 2009 when it was listed to Kelly Wise.
Contributed by rkohler3 on 9/15/09 - Image Year: 2009

This triple property sits on the north side of the 600 Block of Main Street. 610 is to the right, 612 in the middle and 614 to the right.

At one time Jean Shirk lived at 610 Main Street.

This triple house was built before 1889 since it appears on the Sanborn Fire Insurance Map of that year and subsequent years. Through 1928 the building is shown as a double house while it currently is a triple house.

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Contributed by rkohler3 on 5/20/14 - Image Year: 2007
MAIN STREET: an aerial view of the western end of Main Street between Sixth and Eighth Streets as represented by Google Earth.
Contributed by rkohler3 on 11/11/09 - Image Year: 1889
This map shows the 600 block of Main (Middle) Street as it appeared in 1889. This house is represented as #8 on the map. (At that time it was a double house, but now is a triple house. Note that Building #6 on the map will disappear by the 1928 map.)
Contributed by rkohler3 on 11/11/09 - Image Year: 1904
This map shows the 600 block of Main (Middle) Street as it appeared in 1904. This house is represented as #8 on the map. (At that time it was a double house, but now is a triple house. Note that Building #6 on the map will disappear by the 1928 map.)
Contributed by rkohler3 on 11/11/09 - Image Year: 1911
This map shows the 600 block of Main (Middle) Street as it appeared in 1911. This house is represented as #8 on the map. (At that time it was a double house, but now is a triple house. Note that Building #6 on the map will disappear by the 1928 map.)
Contributed by rkohler3 on 11/11/09 - Image Year: 1928
This map shows the 600 block of Main (Middle) Street as it appeared in 1928. This house is represented as #8 on the map. (At that time it was a double house, but now is a triple house. Note that Building #6 on previous maps has disappeared by this map.)



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