Rosalie L. Nikitin
4/12/2016 07:39:18 pm
Always have been fascinated by this structure. Hopefully, will get to see some new shops or restaurants or perhaps condos on the upper level.
4/13/2016 09:47:56 am
Look at the difference! We actually had beautiful trees! That was "The New England of the South"
4/29/2016 08:54:21 am
Have to agree with you on the trees. They were so beautiful. Sigh.
4/13/2016 08:48:17 pm
It was also home to Sally's Dress Shop.
5/31/2016 06:56:48 pm
Downtown Mount Dora is truly a little jewel which reflects Florida's small town life, history and architecture. Unfortunately, the 1970 ironwork of the old Ramsey building is not in keeping with the character of the rest of downtown. It would fit in much better in a place like New Orleans, which is known for its beautiful iron balconies and railings.. It would be missing the point to assume that I do not like the ironwork itself. It is rather that it does not represent the unique history and architecture of a very special central Florida town. I hope that the current owner of the building will consult with the Preservation Commission and replace the ironwork with traditional materials.
6/16/2016 05:24:48 pm
Charlie Bradford's restaurant, home of the Nellburger was on the ground floor and upstairs were offices, including the law offices of William "Red" Kennedy. That was in the 1950's.
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