This building was originally built in 1841 by John Ewing. The structure was a large imposing white building, and for many years was known as "The Old White Corner." The upper part housed the Hancock Courier Printing Offices. The building changed hands a few times until 1906 when it belonged to David Davis. It has been a bank, drug store and a clothing store.


  • The Davis Block circa 1900
    The Davis Block circa 1900
  • Davis Building c 1865
    Davis Building c 1865
  • Davis Building c 1930
    Davis Building c 1930
  • Davis Building Flood of 1913
    Davis Building Flood of 1913
  • Circus Parade c 1900
    Circus Parade c 1900