Parade down Buffalo St. – circa 1896. The building on the right is the Kossuth House which was started as a tavern about 1875 by Frank Steiner. By this time it was being operated by Mathias Skarda. Photo Credit: Joe Breeze / Marin Museum of Bicycling – mmbhof.org
Kossuth House – circa 1900. Mathias Skarda, proprietor. Notice the Rahr beer sign on the door frame. Photo courtesy of the Klein family.
Kossuth House – circa 1900. Interior of tavern. Photo courtesy of the Klein family.
Kossuth House – 1906 map detail.
Kossuth House – Friday, August 14, 1931. Ad – The Evening Times.
Rod’s Tavern – January 19th, 1940 – Ad. Photo used by permission of Herald Times Reporter/Gannett.com.
Rod’s Tavern – 1950. The tavern is the corner building on the far left. Rod’s was located there from the 1930’s to the late 50’s.
The Sting – Friday, April 2, 1982 – ad. Image used by permission of Herald Times Reporter/Gannett.com
The Sting – From a 1989 drawing by Don Haag. Photo courtesy of the scrapbook of Dave Novak – Michael Novak, curator.
The Sting – Friday, June 1, 1984. Ad used by permission of Herald Times Reporter/ Gannett.com.
The Wallstreat Grill – 2008. This was just before it was remodeled and became Shooter Malone’s.
Wallstreat Grill – circa 2001 – T-shirt. Photo courtesy of Michael Novak.