The Theodore Noesen Building was built in 1857 of cream-colored brick in the Federal Style and was a saloon at that time. In the 1940s it was Buivid’s Tavern and in the later 1900s it was Bink’s Cocktail Bar.
The Theodore Victor Building, built 1855–1858 in the Federal Style, originally housed three businesses, including John Bichler Shoemaker Shop circa 1908, a milliner and a confectioner. In the 1950s to the 1980s, the location housed restaurants and a paint store. In the later part of the 1990s, the two buildings at 319 and 321 N. Franklin Street were joined to house a restaurant.
The H.H. Stone Building, built in 1851 in the Federal Style, was a saloon. In later years its occupants have been commercial businesses.
Noesen, Victor, Stone Buildings
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