I note the Robert's Pet Shop on the left. I bought hamsters and fish there and if memory serves there was a soda fountain next to that for the Cathedral girls to seek refuge.
Right on Ed. It was called I think The Copper Kettle. Just around the corner on W. Hanover St. next to Pep Boys was the Blue Bus Terminal that went up along the Delaware to Lambertville. Trenton High Boys would catch a bus to State and Warren ( after Transfers) to meet and greet with the green monsters ( reference to the Catherdral uniforms,not the girls) at the Soda fountain on the corner. Joe Petty a lodge brother of mine at the Elks #105 was the owner of Photo Art. Moyer's as I recall was on East Hanover St.
The wrought Iron fencing was in front of a grand Stone house whose occupants were never seen by me.
Up the street near the Catherdral, was Earle's Bicycle Shop, where I bought my first and only new bike; a Columbia for $12.50 earned by washing trucks for Broadway moving and Storage. Just beyond the Bike shop was Mruphy's original Funeral Home, which along with the Catherdral got destroyed in the 1956 fire.
Hi ToM: I still have some old Photo Art envelopes that my father had -- I have some of the old pixs and negatives too. What a treasure. Thanks for the memories. PS -- good luck with your "concert.'' Regards