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Pages of History: Landmark to be leveled

From the pages of the Del Norte Triplicate, September, 1959.

Another Crescent City landmark is feeling the bite of the wrecker’s ball this week. The 36-year-old The­ater Garage, at Third and H streets, is being razed to make way for Fred Endert’s new Rexall Drug Store.    

The old garage, constructed in 1923 by Milton Nielsen, O. R. Ring and Dr. Graham, originally housed one of the first Chrysler automotive dealerships. This was in addition to a service station and automotive repair service.

G. F. Lofvendahl, Eureka contractor, is in charge of leveling the building. Endert’s new store is still on the drawing boards and no definite date for construction has been set.

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