Businesses, Before World War II, in Erlanger, Kentucky
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J. Veerkamp's Saloon,
Erlanger, 1903
L. C. Bannister's Store,
Erlanger. 1903

 

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That's Erlanger Hardware,
on the right; Dempsey Motor
Car Co, on the left. Dempsey's
was a garage and a Studebaker
dealer.
Mitchell's Meat Market's
Wagon at the Kuchle
Blacksmith Shop


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Citizens Bank, Erlanger
drawing on the right is by Mr. Earl Tayce

 

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The Pike Saloon, c. 1900
Wm. H. McClanahan, Theresa Iberl
McClanahan & 2 unknowns
Wm. McClanahan, W, Raymond
McClanahan and unknown
That is William H. McClanahan
behind the bar and an unknown
customer at the bar
The Pike Saloon sat on the west corner of McAlpin and Dixie.

 

 

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Courtney Pope
Dixie & Graves, 1922
Gas Pump's At Dempsey's
Garage At Alice Street and Dixie
Bernard Tobergte's
Service Station

 

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Boone-Kenton Lumber, in the years indicated.  Thanks to Dale Pence for identifying
the men in the picture on the right, here.



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The Dixie Traction Company
 ran from Florence to Covington
Dixie Highway, c. 1931
note the same buildings
in the picture at the right
J. H. Hermesch & Co.
Erlanger and
Latonia (Milldale)

 

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Kenton Hills Pottery

See Northern Kentucky Views full page of their output, here.

 

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Fickie's Tavern, 1892
Southwest corner of
Dixie and Donaldson
Andy Scheben Hotel,
Erlanger
Erlanger Drugs
Commonwealth and Dixie,
a.k.a. the Bentler Building

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We're indebted to the Erlanger Historical Society for many of the pictures you see here.  Thanks, folks.

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