|2nd and Market, Circa 1906.
You're looking West on west 2nd.
That's Maysville's Mayor Thomas M. Russell
at the wheel, for sure. He bought it on August 5, 1902.
We've read that this was the very first car in
Kentucky. Maybe . . .
|J. T. Kackley and his daughter,
on Second Street, c. 1902
Kackley is an important figure to these pages,
since he was a prolific publisher of
early Maysville postcards.
He sold bikes on 2nd Street , too.
Same scene as above left, but paired with Sugarloaf
Wald's at Second Street
from a Jim Rannes Facebook post
|Second and Market, c 1950||Gentleman on 2nd Street||Savings Bond Drive on 2nd Street
Red-i-Kilowatt, is the name of that
stick-like man on the sign.
It's a Kentucky Utilities logo.
|Looking West on Second Street|
|Second Street Scenes, c. 1910||Second Street
These two images from the collection of the
Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
Merchants set Second Street Cornerstone, 1877, here.
Second Street, c. 1910
Wheat Day, Maysville, Kentucky, circa 1910
(note the telephone poles in the images on the right, but mysteriously missing from the one on the left.
Photoshop may be relatively new, but “photoshopping” is quite old. Plagiarism was also rampant )