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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • VINTAGE MIAMI: c. 1960s

Community Pool: 1941

Community Pool: 1941

April 1941. "A game of pool in the general store. Franklin, Heard County, Georgia." The contest last seen here. Acetate negative by Jack Delano. View full size.

 

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Raleigh, plain or cork

The pride of the Regiment.

Long Lived Brands

Stanback, Goodys and Van Camp's all still in business.

Wow

I can imagine going back in time right now and walking into that place!

Sanitary Grocer

Although a number of Shorpy photos display a sign proclaiming "sanitary" this or that, the proprietor of this shop would never be so bold.

Electrician Wanted

That rats' nest of wires to the left of the door and the scorch marks above it lead me to believe that they should start looking for someone else to install their wiring.

Is that banjo music coming from the radio?

I'm always amazed at the items people can spot in the background of the Shorpy photos. With collecting/restoring antique TVs and radios being my hobby, it didn't take me long at all to spot the Sears Silvertone model 4567 radio up on the shelf. Radio reference picture credits go to radioatticarchives.com which makes it fairly easy to identify common radios.

It had to be there

My first impulse upon seeing the picture was to look for the Prince Albert in a can. It didn't take long.

I Hear Banjo Music

and I. am. out. of. here.

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