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Stores of the Past 1950's | Pictures Form The Past -- Spring Street

Stores of the Past 1950's | Pictures Form The Past -- Spring Street

Classic Winn Dixie store ~ worked at one in Auburn/Opelika Alabama

Classic Winn Dixie store ~ worked at one in Auburn/Opelika Alabama

Sears Sears building in downtown Houston, March 1, 1959

Sears Sears building in downtown Houston, March 1, 1959

Duffield, Virginia - named in honor of one of the "Samuel Henry Duffs" that resided in southwest Virginia.

Duffield, Virginia - named in honor of one of the "Samuel Henry Duffs" that resided in southwest Virginia.

Eckerd Drugs

Eckerd Drugs

#Sarver Cabin Homestead on Sinking Creek Mountain in Virginia. This cabin, though weathered & somewhat dilapidated, still stands along the Appalachian Trail

#Sarver Cabin Homestead on Sinking Creek Mountain in Virginia. This cabin, though weathered & somewhat dilapidated, still stands along the Appalachian Trail

Supermarkets

Most Bruno's stores in Mobile area would stay open under Southern Family Markets bid, but closures plentiful in Birmingham and Montgomery

Piggly Wiggly trucks, while growing up I can remember my Grandmother saying "let's go to the Piggly Wiggly", not to the grocery store but always the "Piggly Wiggly"

Piggly Wiggly trucks, while growing up I can remember my Grandmother saying "let's go to the Piggly Wiggly", not to the grocery store but always the "Piggly Wiggly"

Front of the courthouse, Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky

Front of the courthouse, Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky

Two young boys talking to Mary Breckenridge, Frontier Nursing Service, 1930. The photograph was taken at either Wendover, Kentucky or Hyde, Kentucky. (ULPA CS 115344 Caufield & Shook Collection, Photographic Archives, University of Louisville)

Two young boys talking to Mary Breckenridge, Frontier Nursing Service, 1930. The photograph was taken at either Wendover, Kentucky or Hyde, Kentucky. (ULPA CS 115344 Caufield & Shook Collection, Photographic Archives, University of Louisville)