I would really liked to have seen the city of Trenton before all the construction of the Stacy Trent and Hildebrecht hotels, the Kelsey building and other downtown Trenton "high rises." The area of West State Street beyond Willow and Calhoun streets was especially endowed with some of the most treasured historic buildings. All were demolished in the name of progress. Above is one of those landmarks that made way for Henry Kelsey's building, which has also become a local landmark. The Groobman Tailor ad from the "BUSINESSES-TRENTON" folder lends a bit of historic significance to the graphic. As you can see by the ad and the date, Groobman had moved from the corner in later years.