- Item 6539 - Munroe Building, Lisbon Street, Lewiston, ca. 1925
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- Item 6539
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The Munroe Building was on the corner of Lisbon and Pine Streets in Lewiston.Show Details
The Lewiston Rubber Company was on the first floor on the right. Sign says "The House that gives you more rubber for a Dollar." Other stores include Meltzer, LE Messager, and Berube's Cafe.
On the second floor the following businesses resided: M.J. Hagerty Fire Insurance Co., Williams Law Office, Pelletier's Beauty Parlor, the P.E. Tremblay Law Office, H.E. Belleau, and Robert College.
This building also was known as the Savings Bank Block, constructed 1868-1870.
Note the mixture of architectural styles: Italianate arches on the side on the second floor, Romanesque arches on third floor, and Gothic-style pointed windows in mansard roof.