Now we're in the middle of the intersection at Roseville Avenue, looking east down Orange Street again, toward downtown.  There's no bank yet on that right-hand corner, as we remember, just an apartment house; beyond that is the building that will one day house Gruning's!  Below is a similarly oriented photo taken from half a block back.


In a later photo, here's a view of the Roseville Avenue intersection, with Whelan's Drugs prominent.  To its right I can make out Valenza & Son Shoe Renovating and H.J. Steinlen's soda fountain.  At some point Whelan's would become Rexall, and Moy Bing would open on the second floor.  By that time Steinlen's would become the Martinizing place.

Onward to Part 5