|Dan Cohen's, 26 Pike, more here.
“There was no finer feeling in the world than walking into Dan Cohen's
with enough money in your pocket to get that new pair of shoes.” - my Mother.
|Group headed for Baseball's
Opening Day Dibowski's Cafe
in the background, #6 Pike Street
|Pike Street Scene||Pike Street Scene|
This is George W. Hill, owner of a long-time Pike Street business.
Read more about George H. Hill Co., here.
See his family's Grant County pics, including the original Hill store, here.
|Pike Street, 1910||Plagiarism is common in early postcards.
At least they changed the clouds.
|Pike Street, 1910|
|Pike Street, 1902||Pike at Lee, toward Main||The Phoenix Cafe
s.e. corner of Pike and Russell
Thanks to Mary Jo Schlickman for sharing this with us. She notes: “I can see
a sign on the tree with
arrow - Burlington and Petersburg. There is also an old Bavarian Beer sign. I was told by family that this
is a picture of a bar around Pike and Main or Pike and Lee in Covington. As to the date I can
only guess. The man in the apron is my Grandfather (Charles Mueller). He was born in 1884 and died in 1917.”
|Pike Street West
|View of Pike Street
East from Washington
Promotional postcard for Art Off Pike, 2011
In 1914, the Kentucky Post looked back on an old Pike Street
landmark, The Day House. You can read it here.
An earlier Day House story is here.