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Third & Locust: 1910

Third & Locust: 1910

Third and Locust in Columbia, Pennsylvania, circa 1910. Photographer unknown. Scanned from a broken 8x10 glass negative (shown cracks restored via Photoshop but otherwise not retouched). The black edges are due to lost emulsion aging. Most buildings shown still exist. The corner building on the right was, for many years, Hinkles Pharmacy, where "Doc Hinkle" (the pharmacist) conjured up the famous Doc Hinkle's Easter Egg Dye in 1893.

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