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Stories tagged "downtown": 21

In 1913, the Baptist Sunday School Board, now known as Lifeway Christian Resources, built the Frost Building at 161 Eighth Avenue North. The building was named for Dr. J.M. Frost, the first chief executive officer of the Southern Baptist Convention’s…

The French-Starr Building on Fifth Avenue was first built and occupied by the Jesse French Piano & Organ Company. The architecture is Victorian/Queen Anne style, and the four-story building has an ornate sheet metal facade. Originally established in…

Spanning three city blocks between Fourth and Fifth Avenues, this area was known as Printer's Alley, so named at the turn of the twentieth century. Approximately thirteen publishers, ten printers, and two newspapers occupied office spaces that backed…

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