Historic District Downtown Building Inventory
Ferd Herres Service Department (Site ID 1)
Classification: Non-Historic, Non-Contributing
According to the Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps, a brewery stood on this site in 1896. By 1929, the building had been replaced by Harry H. Hadley's Mission Style Shell Service Station (demolished in the early 1970s). Other owners of the Mission style station were Jack Caldwell, Dale and Delbert Turner, Paul Feider, and Jerry Schneider.
Ferd Herres purchased the property circa 1964 and constructed the steel building in 1974 for use as an automobile service department Members of the Herres family still own the building.
Based on research by
Donovan & Associates.
An early view of the Mission Shell station at what was then 2nd and Main
Mission Shell haD about three more years left.
(From the 1970 Christmas Advertising Issue of the E-W)
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