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YESTERYEAR: Servel, Inc. by Pat Sides

YESTERYEAR: Servel, Inc. by Pat Sides When the Second World War ended, Servel’s swift conversion to peacetime production created unparalleled economic growth in Evansville. By...

YESTERYEAR: National City Bank by Pat Sides

These happy National City Bank employees “ride” a tram that disguises some of the construction work behind the main office building at 227-229 Main...

Kroger Company by Pat Sides

  In late January 1950, large newspaper advertisements announced the opening of a new Kroger supermarket at 300 North Main Street, the third Kroger store...

General Cigar Company Building By Pat Sides

This familiar commercial building has stood at Second and Court streets since its construction in 1902 on the site of an old hospital. From...

YESTERYEAR: Hose House #15

YESTERYEAR: Hose House #15 by PAT SIDES For Willard Library  In the decade after 1900, the area surrounding Bayard Park was developed into a neighborhood of...

YesterYear-North Side Bank and Theater

North Side Bank and Theater by Pat Sides of Willard Library Constructed in 1913 at 100 North Main Street, this building has served as a financial...

Evansville Fire Department Horses  by Pat Sides

On September 2, 1920, an era ended for Evansville’s firemen. It was an emotional occasion as the public gathered at Hose House No. 3...

YESTERYEAR: Joe Aaron By Pat Sides

YESTERYEAR: Joe Aaron By Pat Sides Evansville Courier columnist Joe Aaron was the guest of honor at a “roast” held at Das Kollker Haus restaurant...

Uncle Dudley by Pat Sides

Standing on the left is Chester (Chet) Behrman, carrying his familiar polka-dot lunch pail, with the young winner of the “Run for the Toys”...

Yesteryear: Sears Building

Yesteryear: Sears Building by Pat Sides The stately red brick building at Fourth and Sycamore streets, pictured here in the early 1960s, has been a...