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Viewing: Dinky Car

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Image of Corner of Sandusky and William Streets in 1910-1919 -

Corner of Sandusky and William Streets in 1910-1919 -

C.D.and M. Station and Office at 2 North Sandusky Street

Image of Delaware, Ohio streetcar "dinky" crossing Winter Street bridge -

Delaware, Ohio streetcar "dinky" crossing Winter Street bridge -

Delaware, Ohio streetcar "dinky" crossing Winter Street bridge looking southeast.

Image of Delaware Trolley Company Dinky Car on North Sandusky Street                                                                                                                                                          -

Delaware Trolley Company Dinky Car on North Sandusky Street -

Delaware Trolley Company Dinky Car on Sandusky Street between Winter and Central. The trolley car is in front of the V.T. Hill's Wholesale Grocers located at 59 N. Sandusky Street. The building was built by J.H. Mendenhall in 1874. The company later moved to a warehouse on South Sandusky Street. Steeves Block (57 N. Sandusky), to the left of the Wholesale Grocers, was built in 1890 by dentist Dr. Moses Steeves. There were two storefronts on the first floor -- Wood and Shoemaker Grocers -- and offices on the second. J.P. Wintermute's hardware store can be seen to the right of the Wholesale Grocers at 61 N. Sandusky. The trolley car was advertising M. Frank's Sons & Co. Clothiers. The photo app

Image of Excursion via Delaware Dinky Car service -

Excursion via Delaware Dinky Car service -

Dinky car possibly taking a group of women to a social at Greenwood Lake

Image of Street scene 4-12 North Sandusky Street (east side) early 1900's -

Street scene 4-12 North Sandusky Street (east side) early 1900's -

Street scene 4-12 North Sandusky Street (east side) early 1900's, including the Delaware Gazette office at 12 North Sandusky Street. The M. Frank's & Sons Co. Clothiers, which is advertised on one of the dinky cars, was located at 23 North Sandusky Street from at least 1899 to 1905, when the business is listed as Frank Bros. Between 1890 and 1897, the business is listed as M. or Max Frank, merchant tailor.