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Burnside Avenue Cash Store, 16 Burnside Avenue, East Hartford
about 1900
Photographer:Photographed by Unknown
Photography; albumen print on paper on cardboard mount
Primary Dimensions (overall height x width): 4 5/16 x 6 11/16in. (11 x 17cm)
Description: Three men and two women stand in front of a frame commercial building. The men have mustaches. Two wear aprons. A sign over the porch reads: "Burnside Avenue Cash Grocery." A sign over the front door reads: "Roberts." Other signs and advertisements read: "Get / Fels-Naptha / here" Bacon's..." "Drink / Phenix [sic] / for goodness sake..." "Brown's / charcoal" "Sunlight" "Hires / Root Beer" "Soap." Displays in the window include bags of flour and pineapples. Rakes are on the porch.
Subject Note: Charles S. Roberts operated a grocery store at 16 Burnside Avenue, East Hartford.
Object Number: 1976.39.16
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