Broad Street ca 1910. Note the building across the street, torn down in 1925 by Mayor Ed Bass so that Broad Street could pass through property owned by the state of Georgia in downtown Chattanooga. 
Photo courtesy of The Public Library from the Hiener Collection.
Broad Street ca 1910. Note the building across the street, torn down in 1925 by Mayor Ed Bass so that Broad Street could pass through property owned by the state of Georgia in downtown Chattanooga. Photo courtesy of The Public Library from the Hiener Collection.
Photo by Contributed Photo /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Sunday, April 28th, 2013
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