|Collection||Paul A. Hiener Collection|
A collection of reproduction negatives of bird's eye views of downtown Chattanooga.
Negative of a bird's eye view of an area on Broad Street, 1914, the James Building in the foreground. Many smoketowers and Lookout Mountain are visible in the background. A train depot is in the left side of the image. At least five people are visible on the sidewalk. On the street are three horse drawn buggies and seven cars. Several building signs are visible: "T.H. Payne & Co. Office Furniture, Typewriters, Iron Safes," "Sloan's Liniment Kills Pain," "Armour Co.," and "Corker." Envelope reads: "Broad St. and James Bldg."
|Print size||4.00" x 5.00"|
|Related Publications||z) This image appears on page 39 of "Chattanooga: Yesterday and Today," Volume IV.|