101 East Second Street

Second St.
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This is how 101 and 105 East Second Street appeared in the Spring of 2009 when it was listed to Audrey Kerr.
Contributed by rkohler3 on 9/21/09 - Image Year: 2009

This building may have two or three living units.

At one time the bottom left of the building housed Dillon's Tin and Auto Repair Shop, Bousum's Store and later Luther Dimm's Store. Cora Dimm had a millinery shop in part of the building. Eventually the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company "A&P" would open a store at this location and Elliott Towsey was the Manager and Darwin "Skip" Kohler was the Assistant Manager. Early in their marriage, Skip and Margaret Kohler lived in the upstairs apartment of this building.

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Contributed by rkohler3 on 9/29/09 - Image Year: 2002
This is how the building appeared on a rainy day in 2002.
Contributed by rkohler3 on 3/3/13 - Image Year: 1920
LOOKING SOUTH ON SECOND STREET: The corner of the PRR Station can be seen at the bottom left. The entrance to the Railroad Bridge from Market Street is just ahead. The building just beyond the bridge entrance housed the A&P Store on the ground floor. There was an apartment on the floor above the store. (Photo submitted by Wayne Taylor)
Contributed by rkohler3 on 3/11/13 - Image Year: 1900
ADVERTISEMENT for Cora Dimm's Millinery Shop and Groceries.
Contributed by dposavec on 7/3/13 - Image Year: 2013
Front view of an M. C. Dimm & Co. trade token (circa 1900).



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