$     Salvage, Sioux City and Corn Palaces, they do have something in common, right

Salvage, Sioux City and Corn Palaces, they do have something in common, right

Salvaging of old buildings has been around a long time, of course, but here’s a particularly cool story — about the Corn Palace in Sioux City.
You have to just read and enjoy this one.
http://www.siouxcityhistory.org/cornpalace/more6ead.html?id=35_0_5_0_M
Salvage, Sioux City and Corn Palaces, they do have something in common, right
The 1891 Palace was so large that it spread across Pierce Street and featured a large archway that allowed traffic to pass though. The palace featured a balcony atop the main 200-foot tower. There, visitors could take in a magnificent view of the city and the surrounding three states. ….
and here’s a great link a collector’s site with an original picture, grandpa’s pict:
http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/896-grandpas-fun-pictures?in=user

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *