|Enjoy them while you can|
Frank J. Moore Ad, April 1910
For more on Moore - here and here
|On the Promenade|
We will be on the Promenade just east of the railroad tracks at 12th and Chemeketa on Friday, June 28th. We'll have free coffee, pastries, and fruit for people who bike between 7am and 9am.
Tell your friends! Recruit your neighbors. Ditch the car and its tiresome commute!
Please support our generous sponsors!
Cascade Baking Company
Governor's Cup Coffee Roasters
LifeSource Natural Foods
Salem Bicycle Club
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|Boon's Treasury, 1860|
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As you'd expect, there aren't very many, and hardly any haven't also been remodeled and/or moved to a new location. The earliest intact urban fabric and built environment in Salem dates to a couple decades later.
Still, it's interesting to think about. And since they are too widely scattered for an easy walking tour, they'd be perfect for a bike tour!
Check 'em out this summer.