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Description: Photograph of the Santa Anita Mexican Restaurant's front entrance. White stucco building with red-clay tiled roof. Large billboard advertising Sprite is visible in the background.
Description: Photograph of the Santa Anita Mexican Restaurant taken from the opposite street. White stucco building with red-clay tiled roof.
Description: Photograph of School Pastors' Wives Association, Rio Grande Conference, 1960.
Description: Photograph of Scordino Boot Shop, circa 1920. From left to right: unknown ; unknown ; unknown ; unknown ; Victor Scordino ; Scordino's son ; Edmundo S. Moreno. Edmundo Moreno had his own shop in San Luis where he made military boots.
Description: Photograph of Scordino Boot Shop on 1700 Congress Avenue. From left to right: unknown ; unknown ; unknown ; Edmund S. Moreno ; Victor Scordino (owner of the shop) ; customer. Moreno lived in 2nd Ward during this time.
Description: Photograph of seven men inside of the Scordino Boot Shop, during the 1940s. From left to right: unknown ; Edmundo S. Moreno ; unknown ; unknown ; unknown ; Victor Scordino ; Jimmy Scordino. Sign at the front of the desk reads: "Expert Shoe Repair." Victor and Jimmy Scordino are brothers.
Description: Photograph of the employees from the Second-Hand Bag Department of Long Star Bag and Bagging Company.
Date: November 15, 1937
Description: Photograph of the Southern Pacific Lines Mechanical Department, second shift crew. A Southern Pacific train car stands behind the large group of forty men. A sign at the front of the group reads: "Southern Pacific Lines Mechanical Dept. Second Shift May 1963 Houston, Texas Barrett & Assoc."
Date: May 1963
Description: Photograph of the Second Ward Merchant's Softball team, with thirteen players in uniform and another four coaches and assistants. The team is posed in front of 2002 Congress Avenue Grocers. A collection of bats and mitts lie in the foreground.
Date: July 23, 1944
Creator: Litterst Commercial Photo Company