Keeping up with past and present happenings in a remarkable small town.
It is utilized and not boarded up and,hopefully,being well maintained. I am an avid motorcyclist,haven't ridden in awhile,old age crept up on me. Other less conventional businesses might give main street a try. my hometown needs the opportunity to grow and become a vibrant center of commerce once again. I love Butler and Butlerites.Bob Dorcy
i liked to ride the elevator, the bus stop was also on the cunninghams st side
how about a picture of how it looks now. it got a wonderful paintjob that puts this photo to shame.
The building's appearance has been improved sincethis picture was taken.
My husband's uncle Bill Robinson was the manager of Troutman's in the 1960's and recently passed away. If you remember him you will find his obituary at this site.http://obit.foxandweeks.com/obitdisplay.html?id=1305104&listing=CurrentPat and Bob BushBHS 58 and BHS 52Phoenix, Arizona
Loved Troutmans at Christmas time! Not as much as Horne's in Pittsburgh, but for Butler, it was alright.
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