Looking west at the intersection of Third (Avenue) and Pearl Streets many ornate post July 1889 fire buildings can be seen. The popular Owl Drug Store on right and center was the first business on Pearl Street's busy west side. The large fronted brick S. R. Geddis Building, the Cadwell-Lyons Building and the Shoudy-Cadwell Building line the north side of Third Street to the west. Third Street between Pearl and Main Streets was well known for as many as ten early day saloons.Postcard titled " Cor. 3rd & Pearl Ellensburg."
Pautzke, Otto W., "Corner of Third and Pearl Streets" (1898). Ellensburg History Photographs. 64.
Local History Collection Photographs, Ellensburg Public Library
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