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The Fad Clothing Store

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

The Fad Clothing Store

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

The Fad Clothing Store

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

The Fad Clothing Store

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

The Fad Clothing Store

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

The Fad Clothing Store

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

The Fad Clothing Store

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

The Fad Clothing Store

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

The Fad Clothing Store

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

The Fad Clothing Store

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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…

Service Drug

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The exterior of the front and east side of Service Drug in the Walton block. A sign on the corner of the building reads 'Doctor Weir & Weir Dentists Upstairs'. There is a man crossing Sims Street.

Service Drug

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The exterior of the front and east side of Service Drug in the Walton block. A sign on the corner of the building reads 'Doctor Weir & Weir Dentists Upstairs'.

Price Funeral Home

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The exterior of the Price Funeral Home.

Electric Sales and Service Trucks

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The exterior of the front of Electric Sales and Service, The Fad and the Rialto. There are five Electric Sales and Service pickup trucks lined up in front.

Looney Mercantile

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The interior of the Looney Mercantile store.

Looney Mercantile

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The interior of the Looney Mercantile store. The view is from above.

Looney Mercantile

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The interior of the Looney Mercantile store. The view is from above.

Looney Mercantile

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The interior of the Looney Mercantile store. The view is from above.

Looney Mercantile

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The interior of the Looney Mercantile store.

Fad Clothing Store

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5 men wearing cowboy hats standing outside the Fad clothing store. 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…