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Clark and Leffingwell. Hockman, F. Grocery. Children line up for after-school confections. [Check locatation --SMHS shows Michigan and Courtois].

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Identifier: N05028

Title: Clark and Leffingwell. Hockman, F. Grocery. Children line up for after-school confections. [Check locatation --SMHS shows Michigan and Courtois].

Description: Horizontal, black and white photograph of a two story brick commercial building with dentilling. Shutters frame each window and a tattered overhang reading "Eagle Stamps" is on the left side of the building and a group of children are gathered underneath and on the brick paved street. An advertisement for "Ceresota Flour" is painted on the right side of the building and a sign for "Vulcanol" is above the door. A car is parked against the sidewalk.

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Dates: c. 1912-1914

Type(s): Photograph
Image

Maker/Creator: Swekosky, William G., 1895-1964

Subjects: Public architecture
Midtown (Saint Louis, Mo.)

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