Here we go, apparently it was a Sinclair station in the 1950’s at least. The local historian I talked to said they would love to find some pictures of when it first opened up and see what was in the round recesses in the gable ends. I’m still waiting on info. of the year it was built.
I’m just not convinced it was originally a Sinclair station. I may be wrong but the architecture of this building looks like 1920’s-30’s era to me. This is fun to research, but got to find out the exact date it was built and who sold gas there first.
In the ‘60’s photo, all you can see is the “Lee Tires” sign on top of canopy, notice the tire mounted up in the circle recess on gable end.
Edited by 57-Chevy (Tue Dec 12 2017 05:25 PM)
KJV Psalms 16:11
Thou wilt shew me the path of life:
in thy presence is fulness of joy;
at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore.