Do you know how Summerfield was located in Gird's Block?
Jerry Prather Wrote "Anyway, keep plugging away. I am interested in what you are coming up with..."
I thought you might find this interesting.
After the camera match with the vacant lot photo discussed in this thread, I did a camera match with the 1915 photo of Fly's on fire.
The results weren't what I expected.
The walls of Fly's in the vacant lot photo are 16' tall.
The walls of Fly's in the 1915 fire photo are 14' tall.
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In several high resolution Fly photographs I have taken on Fremont looking east, you can plainly see Summerfield's hand painted sign on the ground floor on the corner lot (lot 13, block 31, also noted... more
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