|Grave Creek Mercantile|
|quote from the Corsicana Daily Sun: The Dr. Pepper mural on the side of the building is probably the most photographed spot in town!|
|Victorian Sample Florist|
|Merle Norman Cosmetics Studio|
|The State National Bank|
Eight-story structure built in 1926
Currently houses JP Morgan Chase
Moving to the more industrial part of town:
This building was particularly fascinating to me--its architecture, color, just everything about it. I love how they maintained the historic nature of it by adding a modern entrance on the side that can be seen to the right in the photograph.
|Stephen Augustus (Gus) Pace came to Corsicana from Alabama in 1872. He started a retail grocery store. In 1898 he built this very stylish building Pace Wholesale Grocery Company. It was built in three sections. The oldest and most ornate East section built in 98', the center section built between 05' and 10' and the West section built before 1913. All three sections are visible in this early shot.|
Some of my favorite building from around the still very active railroad, some of the restaurants we tried, and other interesting photos around Corsicana, including our trip to the Russell Stover factoy candy store!!