Follow the blue arrows on the signs as you walk
Looking diagonally across the intersection, you can see the 1909 McClymonds Building. J. Walter McClymonds, Massillon’s leading entrepreneur and philanthropist of the late 1800s and early 1900s, built the town’s tallest building of its day to house the bank he founded. Professional offices occupied the upper four floors. During the middle decades of the mid-20th century Woolworth’s Five and Dime occupied the first floor. Much of that time, three other dime stores were located on the same block of Lincoln Way West.