LIFE ON THE PLAINS: Pictorial stroll on west side of Water St. – Part 3

The Maine Theater, showing Three Married Men, starring Roscoe Karns and Mary Brian. That part of the buildings no longer exists.

Roland D. Halleeby Roland D. Hallee
Photos courtesy of  E. Roger Hallee (Waterville, ME)

Daviau’s Pharmacy, on the corner of Water and Gray streets.

Service station, later to become Belliveau’s Service Station, on the corner of Water and Gold streets, now part of KVCAP campus.

H.A. Marshall and First National Stores, on the corner of Water and King streets.


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