1106 Broad, 06.27.09
1106 Broad is a more modern facade built upon at earlier structure, the Johnson-Prevost Dry Cleaning Plant, which was located here by the late 1920s. The facade appears to have been modified by the 1940s, briefly housing a Colonial Store grocery and C &F Dry Cleaners before Colonial Stores made successive moves northward in this block. By 1952, it housed C&F Dry Cleaners alone, which had been replaced by a branch of Durham's New Method Laundry by the 1960s.
By 1965, it housed Troy's Hi-Fi Stereo, later called Troy's Stereo Center. Between 1970 and 1975, this became Soundhaus. 1106 1/2 was established, which housed House of 1000 Picture Frames.
It currently houses the House of Frames / Craven Allen Gallery.
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