Looking west towards W. Club and Broad St., May 1938.
1122-1124 Broad was built in the early 1930s, and initially housed Hospital Pharmacy and a branch of the (Great) A&P (Tea Company.) 1122 became a Purity Stores branch grocery by 1941.
It remained this until 1960, when it became a Durham Bank and Trust Co. branch. When DB&T became CCB via merger, the
branch followed suit. It remained a bank branch into the 1990s.
Currently it houses Stage 1 Salon.
1122-1124 Broad, 07.26.09
No offense intended to the business, which I know nothing about, but I thought I had seen just about every misuse of the should-be-banned-from-existence palladian window with fake muntins, but on a 1930s masonry commercial structure is new one for me.. I think the fake shutters mounted outside the protruding brick surrounds on the side is the capper.
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