UPDATED: 11-24-2017
PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA:   A VINTAGE PORTRAIT

MARKET AND NINTH STREET


 
The Oddfellows building was built on the southeast corner in 1912.



The Parkersburg First Baptist Church, seen here in the early 1900s, was built on the southwest corner in 1877.
 
Looking southwest on Ninth Street toward the Parkersburg Baptist Church around 1899. The house on the left was later torn down to make way for the Oddfellows Building.





The Masonic Temple, on the northeast corner, was built in the early 1920s.







 





Wetherell's Jewelry Store, seen here in the 1960s, featured a locally famous clock on the sidewalk for many years. The clock is now located on lower Market Street.

Photo by Dale Flinn. Courtesy of Tim Archer.





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