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Winter view of Sims Street, looking north from the corner of First Street and Sims. On the left is a two-story house that was the home of Dr. V. H. Stickney, which is partially obstructed from view by trees. There is a fence around the yard. On the…

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The exterior of the front of The Fad store at night.

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The exterior of the front of The Fad store at night.

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The exterior of the front of The Fad store at night.

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The exterior of the front of The Fad store at night.

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The exterior of the front of The Fad store at night.

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The exterior of the front of The Fad store at night.

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The exterior of the front of The Fad store at night.

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The exterior of the front of The Fad store at night.

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The exterior of the front of The Fad store at night.

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5 men standing in front of The Fad front door and window displays. From left to right these men are. Mr. L. Kostelecky, Mr. Paul Ebeltoft Sr., Mr. John Modisett, Mr, Michael G. Kuntz and Mr. John Wolf. All part owners of the Fad. From the reflection…