727 10th Street North – Illinois




The property appraisers office shows a construction date of 1910.

This property showed up quite a bit in the Google newspaper archives and here are just a few of the stories and some spin offs from some of the former residents:

It was a popular meeting place for the “Clique” club in the 1930’s.

The Odom family of Odom’s shoe repair made this their home for a while,

in 1931 their daughter Kathryn did well in the 50 yrd dash at an Elk’s picnic,

Sam Odom celebrated his 4th birthday with much success and fanfare in 1929,

Chris Odom became a St. Petersburg police officer in 1937,


His brother Earl had some interesting ideas on womens shoes in the 1950’s.

Another resident Mrs. Mae Adams had a fantastic sounding peanut brittle recipe printed in The Evening Independent in 1934 !

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