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Kleinheinz Pharmacy

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Charlie Collins of the Kleinheinz Pharmacy stands on the stoop holding a sign for the South Side Picnic to be held on Sunday, June 14th, 1931. It reads, "Picnic Committee, (followed by a list too small to read), Help Them Please You, Board Compliments, Capital City Lumber Company." The location of the pharmacy was 335 West Lakeside. Merchandise and signs are on display in the windows. The business included a soda fountain and a pay phone. A post box and Franklin Elementary School can be seen on the left. There was another Kleinheinz Pharmacy on Park Street.


Image ID: 102514

Creation Date: 1931-06 

Creator Name: Hartman, M. F.

City: Madison

County: Dane

State: Wisconsin

Collection Name: Potter, Colleen O'Dea: Photographs

Genre: Photograph

Original Format Type: digital file

Original Format Number: 1201000621

Original Dimensions: 4339 X 2453 pixels


Loaned for scanning by Colleen O'Dea Potter.

In later years the business was named Bongey's Pharmacy, owned by Alf Bongey and his son Donald A. Bongey, a registered pharmacist. After that it was named Lakeside Pharmacy and the pharmacist was Al Mahinski. The current occupant of this building (August 2013) is Heartpath Acupuncture Center.


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