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Interior of Unidentified Grocery Store

Description: Interior of unidentified grocery store with five unidentified men standing in the back. There are glass counters on either side of the store with items above, below, and inside the glass. Shelving is also visible on the left side of the store, running the length of the wall and stacked full of goods.
Date: June 24, 1893
Partner: Denton Public Library

Unidentified Grocery Store

Description: Two unidentified men stand center-frame in an unidentified grocery store. The left wall is lined with cans stacked up on shelves. The center has wooden barrels and sacks of goods. On the right is a glass counter with items inside and behind the counter are more shelves with more stacked items.
Date: unknown
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Schwitter's Grocery - 409 Avenue A]

Description: Frank and Rosa Schwitter's Grocery store in 1930. They stand in the center of this photo with Mrs. Artie Pagett to the right. To the left is Lillie Sullivan (Her husband was a clerk here), Herman Brumbly, and Vernon Wyett. One of the African Americans in the back is Clarence "Slick" Muse. It is unknown who the other man is. All of these people, with the exception of Lillie Sullivan, were employed here.
Date: 1930~
Partner: Anderson County Historical Commission

Safeway Grocery Store

Description: Photograph of an interior view of Safeway grocery store on South Twenty-fifth and Barrow in Abilene, Texas. Two empty display cases line a wall, with double doors in the center of them. On top of the cases, there are trash cans and storage bins. Text above the case says "Fruits Vegetables."
Date: 1960
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[F. A. Windhausen Groceries and Feed]

Description: Photograph of the F. A. Windhausen Groceries and Feed store. The brick building is at the corner of a block. There are large windows in front on either side of the door and an awning above. There is a sign for flour painted on the brick at the corner as well as a large sign in German.
Date: 1929~
Creator: Winkelmann's Studio
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
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