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View of a street surrounded by buildings and businesses of Quincy, Plumas County ca. 1900 Building on left corner, "Cohn Bldg." ground floor and I.O.O.F. second floor. N. Cohn had a store in the building, perhaps general merchandise and the post office. Later Ford and Lee owned the building. Asmall store was in the next building and perhaps an office upstairs. The building was called "Wyatt Bldg". E. Huskinson later on also owned this bldg. The third building was called "Capital Bldg". It was owned by A.A. Hall and housed the Capital Bar, office upstairs. In the early 1890s E. Huskinson bought this building.