Photograph of the south and east sides of the Towne Services building located on the north side of Business Hwy. 190, about 150' west of 38th St in Killeen, Texas. There are several large moving trucks parked outside of the building.
The Northside Cinema in Killeen. The movies displayed on the sign are Gregory Peck in "Shoot Out", and Barbara Streisand in "The Owl and the Pussycat." The theater, located at the southwest corner of 38th St. and Rancier, closed in late 1999 and burned down a few years later.
Photograph of the Bass Grocery store in downtown Killeen. Text next to photo reads, "A Quiet Day - in the early 1930s, traffic is light in this photo looking south on 6th Street (Gray) from the Avenue C intersection. A Killeen native remembering the depression days says,'The town was just about that dead, too!' "
Group with two women and three men in business attire. One man has a beard. Two of the men wear glasses. There is a patch on one man's jacket that appears to say, "Killeen Chamber of Commerce" with an emblem of Texas.
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