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Monday, September 6, 2010

800 Block of Water Street, Kerrville

I had several requests to show the 800 block of Water Street as it looked about 25 years ago, and, looking through my files, I did have a few shots taken during that time.  Please, if you have a request, simply send me an email or post the request on Facebook.  I can't always meet your request, since I might not have any photos that match, but I'll certainly give it a try.


Some of the businesses along that block are shown in these photos -- how many of them do you remember?


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800 Block of Water Street, 1980s, Kerrville

800 Block of Water Street, 1980s, Kerrville

800 Block of Water Street, 1980s, Kerrville

800 Block of Water Street, 1980s, Kerrville
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3 comments:

  1. I'd love to see pics of the stores in downtown Kerrville back in the late 1970's. I miss them all - The Vogue, Anthony's, Ken and Marys Tot & Teen, Rags by Richla - all in the 800 block,and my fave - The Now Shop, was next to the Arcadia.

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  2. I remember all of these stores.

    I miss the Kerrville of this era.

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  3. I even remember the "Mode O' Day."

    It was a very small shop located just west of the Arcadia.

    Who now owns the Arcadia and the old Schreiner Bank buildings?

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