Friday, July 23, 2010
other buildings with cultural significance to oracle-bead archaeological site
The First Presbyterian Church front doors directly open to congregations moving southward on Chambers Street, such that from some perspectives it blocks and contains 'traffic' which aims toward the oracle-bead site in Degolia PA.
A feed-store, historically located near Elm Street in Bradford city Tuna Valley-floor environs, has addressed and remedied other-species linkages and effects.
The Carnegie Library (formerly public) addressed Congress Street one block from the Option House Hotel, across the street from a flood marker, alludes to the egg-like appearance of the Degolia oracle-bead chronicle.
Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Chapel is addressed at the corner of South Avenue and Corydon Streets, and also alludes to oracle-bead content imagery of Northern California as preserved within waxy/gel bead composition. Sehmans Tire Center also alludes to a particular belief about the oracle-bead artifact (the possibility that it is a drop of stray semen); note Watts-like window outages.
A wall that in the past did support a mountainside row of homes (above former street reverted to stony trail) within Bradford city environs is located beside South Avenue across from a brick building embellished with a star-pattern (in the past known as 'the Armory'), moving southward uphill toward Degolia from South Ave/Corydon Street intersection.
A stretch of South Avenue, moving on foot along mountainside towards South Bradford and further to Degolia PA, extends past Lewie's Lounge (not shown).