Check out these historic structures in Erie, PA at 138 E. 26th Street: Christine’s Chronicles

Always found these buildings at 138 E. 26th St. fascinating. Presently they are “Aspire Home Care.” This property was formerly the Rose Koehler Curtze Estate.

The original First National Bank building was built in 1886, and when it was slated for the wrecking ball, its facade was relocated to this location in around 1970.

Images captured August 8, 2022

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