Very Rare 1860s CDV showing storefronts along the "Phoenix" block in Medina, Ohio. The Phoenix block was named after an 1848 fire destroyed most or all of the buildings, that were then rebuilt. The businesses visible are: H.B. Tiffany & Co, A.I. Root, Manufacturing Jeweler, Sanders and Bowman, Stove and Tin Wares (?), Phoenix Store, A.L. Boult, McDowell and Bro Medicine and Drugs, Ladies' Boot and Bags Store, and a daguerreotype photographer's gallery, which, according to my research, belonged to the female photographer Miss A.G. Deming. CDV is about 3 7/8" x 2 3/8"., so the mount is slightly cropped but the image itself is almost completely unaffected and is in very good+ antique condition... please study the large scan before purchasing. Boxed & insured Priority Mail.