Local Business Feature: Harrison Brothers Hardware

    Harrison Brothers Hardware started out as a tobacco store on Jefferson Street in 1879 before moving to their current location on the square in Huntsville. After moving to their permanent location in 1897, they expanded into hardware and furniture. When the last Harrison brother passed away, the Huntsville Historical Foundation purchased the store and turned it into a nonprofit museum and gift shop.

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    You can see all the historical items that were left behind, and purchase modern pieces. The oldest item in the store is the manual elevator along with an antique scale, typewriter, and a cash register that’s over 100 years old. “Reggie” the cash register is still used for transactions today!

    Downstairs you will find an architectural warehouse. The Historical Foundation owns and operates that as well as they renovate old homes, take donations, and have old-fashioned doors and windows.

    Harrison Brothers is a real treasure trove, so make sure to stop by and take a look. If you have any questions about today’s video, give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you!

    Congratulations To This Week’s Closings!

    • Mr. Aaron Glass
    • Ms. Joy Osborne
    • Ms. Sarah Campbell
    • Mr. and Mrs. Mark Powers
    • Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Hill
    • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holland
    • Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Smith
    • Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Hutnik
    • Mr. and Mrs. Chad Smith
    • Mr. John Prince
    • Mr. Johnathan Prince
    • Mr. Kyle Fisher
    • Ms. Candace Brooks
    • Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tamez
    • Ms. Nakeya Hall


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