There are records showing that there was a building at this location in the early 1890's. But by 1900 no building was showing at this location. It show building here by the late 1900's. The north side of the structure was a tailor shop in the front half and an ice cream factory in the back. On the southside of the building was a butcher shop. On the northside of the building in the early 1910's was Kit Campbell Barber shop. His shop would later move to E. Central and become known as the Elk Horn Barber shop. The back part of the south side of the building in the 1920's was Day & Night Garage. By the 1920's the front of both sides were just showing offices. In the 1930's the northside was Quality Shoe Shop and on the southside was Quality Bakery. In the 1940's we show George Hickox Real Estate and Investments. By the 1950's the north side of the building was Main Street Recreation and the southside Charm Beauty Shop. In the 1960's KAMO radio was in this building.
This image was taken of 104 & 106 S. Main St from around 1910
A fairly recent photo from when the Bentonville City Utilities drive thru was located as part of this building.
image after the city utilities part of the building was razed (2018)