“The Fisk Rubber Co. vacated 336 N. Tryon about 1924, but it left behind a curbside iron marker offering ‘free air.’ It cleverly conceals the long-inoperative plumbing underneath; just lift the big FISK in the middle.”1983. The business was located between where Duckworth’s Grill & Taphouse and McGlohon Theatre are today.
“The Fisk Rubber Co. vacated 336 N. Tryon about 1924, but it left behind a curbside iron marker offering ‘free air.’ It cleverly conceals the long-inoperative plumbing underneath; just lift the big FISK in the middle.”1983. The business was located between where Duckworth’s Grill & Taphouse and McGlohon Theatre are today. The Charlotte Observer
“The Fisk Rubber Co. vacated 336 N. Tryon about 1924, but it left behind a curbside iron marker offering ‘free air.’ It cleverly conceals the long-inoperative plumbing underneath; just lift the big FISK in the middle.”1983. The business was located between where Duckworth’s Grill & Taphouse and McGlohon Theatre are today. The Charlotte Observer
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