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Michigan West: 1937

Michigan West: 1937

October 1937. "Main street in Michigan, North Dakota." Medium format acetate negative by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

 

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Occasio Praeceps

Dave -- Your update on "Ars est longa. . ." is a masterpiece as an example of the unregenerate punster's relentless eye for opportunities to create groans, giving the lie to "iudicium difficile."

Is Beer Worth Selling?

From the looks of the main street in Michigan now I would venture to say beer only provided short term gains since the last business standing is the only one without a beer sign.

[Johnson longa, fermenta brevis! - Dave]

Still Going Strong

The "Johnson Store" is still alive and kicking.

I came to town for three things

1. Schmidt's. Check.
2. Peerless. Check.
3. Old Heidelberg. Check.

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