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Looking West from Barber Shop



Looking West from Barber Shop
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Title: Looking West from Barber Shop
Description: View down Main Street of businesses along the right side. A young boy stands with a shovel near a pile of gravel near the barbershop, which has a barber's pole in front. Two men and a dog stand in front of the brick building next door. Further down is the Farmers State Bank, a furniture store, harness shop, and the "J. Buhlman The Clothier" store. On the left side of the street, a man on a ladder is working on a building. Piles of building materials are in the street.

Image ID: 101035
Creation
Date:
1913 
Creator
Name:
Gillett, Sherwin
City, State: Waunakee, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Gillett, Sherwin H.: Papers and Photographs, 1910 - 1961
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
One of 6 photographs of Waunakee, WI by Sherwin Gillett. Not all images are available online.
Subjects: Trees
Banks and banking
Central business districts
Cities and towns
Clothing trade
Markets
Children
Men
Outdoor photography
Barbershops
Building materials
Brickwork
Clothing and dress
Dogs
Ladders
Shovels
Signs and signboards
Moustache
Facades
Sidewalks
Streets
Handbags
 

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