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O'Flannigan Furniture

Since its construction around 1910, this brick mercantile building has been occupied by several retail stores including The Music Shop, Jepson Furniture, W.B. Knox Clothing & Men’s Furnishings Store, and, after World War II by O'Flannigan Furniture. It was equipped with Titusville’s first elevator.

Images

The O'Flannigan Furniture Building, occupied by a succession of earlier businesses since its construction c. 1910. Source: Photo: Coherit Associates
The interior of the W.B. Knox Clothing & Men’s Furnishings Store, owned by Wm. B. & Alma Knox, view c. 1914. Advertisements for the store stated that they featured “clothing of character for the most discriminating men at prices that won’t tax your bank account”. Source: Ed Kimble and North Brevard Historical Society and Museum

Location

307-311 South Washington Ave.

Metadata

“O'Flannigan Furniture,” Explore Historic Titusville FL, accessed December 3, 2022, http://history.titusville.com/items/show/35.