Photo: Goldstein's Emporium, 1935

Images from another time

Posted: Tuesday, July 15, 2003

Shown here in 1935, Triangle Corner featured the Triangle Building, originally called the Nelson Building. When N.G. Nelson came to Juneau from Ketchikan in June 1928, he tore down three small wooden buildings on the two lots and put up the concrete Nelson Building. The first corner tenant was Gordon's Women's Wear Shop, opened by Frank S. Gordon after his store in the Mahony Building at Second and Seward streets burned in April 1923.

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