Title: Williams House, 9th and Market Streets, postcard

Catalog Number: 2017.050.0001

Date (Years): 1901-1910


Colorized postcard of the Williams House (1876) on the southeast corner of 9th and Market Streets. The building is red brick with white window trim and decorative cornices. “Williams House” is written above the second floor windows on both the 9th and Market Street sides. The street level features numerous commercial businesses while the second floor features rooms to rent for 50-75 cents. United Cigar Stores, Co. is on the corner of the first-floor. There are pedestrians on the sidewalk, a motorcar, and a streetcar trolly.

The postcard was never mailed. Postally unused on the verso.

H. J. Deal Pub. Chattanooga, Tenn

940101 in pencil.

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