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Description: Letterhead of J.O. Gilbert of Blair, Wisconsin, a jewelry and silver dealer who also dealt in books, stationery, and tobacco. Features a pocket watch with...
Description: Mary Lou Clingman receives her prize, a Hart Schaffner & Marx suit, from W. M. Harris, president of Olson & Veerhusen, for winning first prize in a contest...
Description: Men loading mannequins into a truck during the move of Arlene's Apparel shop.
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: Interior view with dome visible. A long counter takes up the lower right of the image, and at the left is a white barrier wall, next to a decorated column....
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: View down Main Street. Horse-drawn carriages can be seen outside stores on the unpaved road.
Description: Spoo & Stephan, Inc., men's clothing store, 18 N. Carroll Street.
Description: Simpson's women's clothing store, with Art Deco sign, located at 23-25 Pinckney Street on the Capitol Square.
Description: Miss America, Margaret Ekdahl, models a blue and rose Moire evening gown with a short white Dolman fur wrap, at the Burdick & Murray Department Store.
Description: Rundell's Inc., men's clothing store, 9 East Main Street. The view includes part of the Empress Hat Shop.
Description: The marriage of bachelor President Grover Cleveland to Frances Folsom, his 21-year old ward, in 1886 captured the nation's romantic imagination, a sentimen...
Description: Front cover of the Benziger Brothers Church Goods catalog advertising metal ware, vestments, statuary, and furnishings.
Description: A man sits behind the counter of the Mt. Victory truck stop general store. Shoes and boots are arranged on the counter in front of him, and various items a...
Description: Greta Garbo display window at the Burdick & Murray store, 15-19 East Main Street. Garbo was appearing as Queen Cristina in the movie "Queen Christina" at t...
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior of a clothing store looking towards front of store. In the foreground on tables are piles of folded pants. Bolts of cloth and shirts are on the ta...
Description: Mrs. Charles Carthright of Oregon was named the winner of "Parade Magazine's" election year contest to name the Republican elephant. Her winning entry was...
Description: Storefront of Miller's women's clothing store, 23 East Main Street.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Interior portrait of Otto Lindner and unidentified woman in mercantile store.
Description: Letterhead of the Plymouth Fox & Fur Company of Plymouth, Wisconsin, breeders of silver black foxes, with a halftone image of a fox.
Description: View of a boy riding a bicycle in a city street with an electric cable car on tracks in the background. Horse-drawn carts are visible as well. Business sig...
Description: Map and advertisement for the Casa del Norte Tea Rooms, with a grid of several blocks in downtown Duluth highlighting the tea rooms as well as other notabl...
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