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Then & Now: Fourth & Mulberry Streets 1940s

Fourth & Mulberry 1940s

Two prominent features of the early 20th century Fourth Street skyline are clearly depicted in this image from the 1940s; landmarks you won't see there today:

The First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the foreground left this view in 1956 when they moved to the corner of Third & Bowman;

The Mansfield News building, in the center of the image with the pointed clock tower, stood at the corner of Fourth and Walnut; today a parking lot.

Then & Now: Fourth & Mulberry 1940s

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Timothy Brian McKee is a featured columnist on our site every Saturday with a column titled Native SonEvery Tuesday, he taps into his knowledge and collection of historical photos and bring us Then & Now, a brief glance at the way things were.