Yesterday: V. Wallace & Sons Annex
In recent weeks, Salisburians may have noticed Raleigh artists/painters bringing back to life some of the ‘ghost’ signs on the turn-of-the-century V. Wallace & Sons Annex building, the large three-story building which fronts on East Fisher Street and includes Cooper’s restaurant and the Expressions store. Here is an early 20th century photograph of some activity at the rear of the wholesale annex building, which is the structure on the left. Notice the above-street connection between the annex and the V. Wallace & Sons building on right that stretches to South Main Street. Also, the visible parts of the rear annex sign between the second and third floors are part of the ‘ghosts’ recently revealed with fresh paint.
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