Highlights on the remainder of High Street.
Frank Octo was at 63 to 75 High Street. He sold parlor stoves.
Sanborn 1895 map for Octo Block
435 to 439 High Street was a block called the O’Neil Block. It is where the Cuban Market is now and is a good starting point. This was a three story building. This was the Red Men’s Hall for the Improved Order of the Red Men. In 1900, there were a multitude of other fraternal groups that used this building. One such group was the Catholic Order of the Foresters.
In 1900 also the Caledonia Benefit Club meets here. Likewise, the Ladies’ Catholic Benevolent Society.
Sanborn map analysis:
Sanborn 1915 map shows it as a 4 floor building with store fronts