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The group in front of the grocery

The group in front of the grocery

(DLC/PP-1933:0205). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "An Old man from the old country" by George H. Jessop, Century, 37:454 (Jan. 1889).

[Grocery, I.I. Lapin, Moskow, Russia]
[Grocery, Fipeltaner and Vida, Ungaria, Sopron]
Left hand view of grocery

Left hand view of grocery

Interior of grocery store. Copyright by William G. Bell Co., Boston.

Arnold Genthe - The grocery store, Chinatown, San Francisco
Arnold Genthe - A grocery shop, Chinatown, San Francisco
Arnold Genthe - A grocery shop, Chinatown, San Francisco
Arnold Genthe - A grocery shop, Chinatown, San Francisco
[Interior view of grocery store in Georgia]

[Interior view of grocery store in Georgia]

In album (disbound): Negro life in Georgia, U.S.A., compiled and prepared by W.E.B. Du Bois, v. 3, no. 236. B&w copy prints for LOT 11930 are provided as surrogates of original photographs for reference use in ... More

[Unidentified grocery store, probably in Germany]
[Grocery store of Michael Peter, Jr., 1047 Thomas Jefferson Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.]
Grocery store in Overton, Nebraska.
Feature 234:  118-122 South Main Street (in 2011)

Feature 234: 118-122 South Main Street (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: LaClede Hotel. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: ca. 1880/ca. 1906/1949. Period 4 of Harry S Truman's Life: Attaining National Prominence, 1934-19... More

Feature 234:  118-122 South Main Street (in 2011)

Feature 234: 118-122 South Main Street (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: LaClede Hotel. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: ca. 1880/ca. 1906/1949. Period 4 of Harry S Truman's Life: Attaining National Prominence, 1934-19... More

Feature 234:  118-122 South Main Street (in 2011)

Feature 234: 118-122 South Main Street (in 2011)

Classification: Contributing. Historic Name: LaClede Hotel. Architectural Style: Commercial. Construction Date: ca. 1880/ca. 1906/1949. Period 4 of Harry S Truman's Life: Attaining National Prominence, 1934-19... More

[View of interior of grocery store, from outside]

[View of interior of grocery store, from outside]

Title devised by Library staff. (Source: similar stereograph on the Online Archive of California website) Caption from similar image on the Online Archive of California website: "Grocery Store, Guayaquil, Ecuad... More

Henry Schmitt Grocery Store, 1224 Second Avenue, Altoona, Blair County, PA

Henry Schmitt Grocery Store, 1224 Second Avenue, Altoona, Blair County...

Survey number: HABS PA-5824 Building/structure dates: 1906- 1907 Initial Construction

Mexican grocery store, Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico
Local salesmen representing a box car grocery firm distributing groceries
[District Grocery Stores]
Sarah Nelson, County Street, (over grocery store) Arthur Sarasin (see 2286). Sarah is 14 years old.  Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.
These garters are made for Berger, 92 Spring St. 9:00 P.M., Feb. 27/12. Making garters (armlets). A Jewish family and neighbors working until late at night. This happens several nights in the week when there is plenty of work, the youngest children working until 9 P.M. and the rest until 11:00 or later. Family of Adolph Weiss, 422 E. 3rd St., N.Y., Seven-year-old Sarah, next is 11 yr. old sister. Next is 13 yr. old brother. On left is seven-year-old Mary and ten-year-old Sam, and next the mother is a 12 yr. old boy. The last three are neighbors children who come in regularly to work. "It's better than running the streets" the father said. He was a grocery clerk but has been out of work for some months and works at home on the garters.  Location: New York, New York (State)
The war in Snider' The war in Sniders grocery store
Cathedral Mansions, [Washington, D.C.], Grocery
[Shelves in a Piggly Wiggly self-service grocery store in or near Memphis, Tennessee]

[Shelves in a Piggly Wiggly self-service grocery store in or near Memp...

Photo by Clifford H. Poland. Copyright by Clarence Saunders. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Photog. I; Shelf.; Geogr.; Stores; Self-service.

[Interior of Piggly Wiggly store, Tenn., showing entrance turnstile with small wicker shopping baskets, and check-out counter; 1st self-service grocery store in U.S.]

[Interior of Piggly Wiggly store, Tenn., showing entrance turnstile wi...

Photo by Cilfford H. Poland copyrighted by Clarence Saunders. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Tenn. Misc.; Stores; Shelf.

[Interior view of a Piggly Wiggly self-service grocery store showing check out counter with cash registers]
[Interior view of a Piggly Wiggly self-service grocery store showing merchandise on shelves]
[Interior of a Piggly Wiggly self-service grocery store in or near Memphis, Tenn., with two turnstiles in foreground]
[Interior views of a Piggly Wiggly self-service grocery story showing merchandise on shelves]
[Exterior view of Mead's Model Market, a member of the District Grocery Stores chain, in Washington, D.C.]

[Exterior view of Mead's Model Market, a member of the District Grocer...

Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. LOT subdivision subject: Architecture in the Washington, D.C., region: Business establishments and office buildings. National Photo Company Co... More

Facade of a grocery store, New Orleans or Charleston, South Carolina
Interior view of a grocery store, Washington, D.C.

Interior view of a grocery store, Washington, D.C.

National Photo Company Collection.

Interior view of a District Grocery Stores grocery at 3925 12th St., N.E., Washington, D.C.

Interior view of a District Grocery Stores grocery at 3925 12th St., N...

National Photo Company Collection (Library of Congress). No. F82-10319.

Grocery store of Fred Gauer, 117 Hare St., Baltimore. Exterior of Fred Gauer's grocery store
Sanitary Grocery Co., 5201 Georgia Ave. Sunkist exhibit by Mr. Kelly II
Sanitary Grocery Co., 5201 Georgia Ave. Sunkist exhibit by Mr. Kelly I
Richardson's department store, Charleston, West Virginia. Grocery department of Richardson's department store
California Sunkist displays. Window display at Sanitary Grocery Co. II
California Sunkist displays. Window display at Sanitary Grocery Co. I
Grocery store
Sanitary Grocery Co. Inc. Exterior of Sanitary Grocery Co., Eckington Place and R St. N.E.
Sanitary Grocery Co. Inc. Pitcher and glasses II
Grocery store of Fred Gauer, 117 Hare St., Baltimore. Interior of Fred Gauer's grocery store, meat counter II
Sanitary Grocery Co. Inc. Pitcher and glasses I
[Exterior view of Morris Miller's Grocery, a member of the District Grocery Stores chain, Washington, D.C.]

[Exterior view of Morris Miller's Grocery, a member of the District Gr...

Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. Date based on information from "Prince of Petworth" blog post 2012 April 30. LOT subdivision subject: Architecture in the Washington, D.C., r... More

The grocery store in the group of buildings shown in K 1870 was likewise designed as an offset to the usual dark and messy crossroads establishment typical of rural areas. While originally established to serve TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) employees, it is now used by residents of the vicinity in general
Grocery and filling station. Irwinville Farms, Georgia
A sign in grocery store window "PAPER - 9 rolls for 25 cents CORN 14 1/2 cents," Manchester, New Hampshire
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Neighborhood grocery store owned by United Cooperative Society. Fitchburg, Massachusetts
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Grocery store and delicatessen off Lincoln Highway, Franklin Township, Bound Brook, New Jersey
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Neighborhood grocery store owned by United Cooperative Society. Fitchburg, Massachusetts
Grocery store in mining community. Cherokee County, Kansas
Grocery window, Jackson City, Ohio
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Grocery store. Greensboro, Alabama
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Grocery store. Widtsoe, Utah
PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE MADE BY SANITARY GROCERY CO.
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Woman sitting in front of a grocery store. Shawneetown, Illinois
Men in front of grocery and department store. Shawneetown, Illinois
Men in front of grocery store. Shawneetown, Illinois
Mississippi grocery store
In front of a grocery store. Shawneetown, Illinois
An old grocery building and the Posey Building where Abraham Lincoln and Robert Ingersoll had law offices. Shawneetown, Illinois
Store clerk painting sign on grocery window. Minneapolis, Minnesota
Interior of grocery store. Funkley, Minnesota
Grocery store. Salina, Kansas
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Resident at Greenbelt with child in the Greenbelt cooperative grocery store. Maryland
Making purchase at traveling grocery store, Forrest City, Arkansas
Grocery store specializing in feed and seed. Topeka, Kansas
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Home turned into grocery store. Omaha, Nebraska
Proprietor of small grocery store, Jeanerette, Louisiana
Interior of traveling grocery store selling to rural people near Forrest City, Arkansas
Rear of grocery store. Baltimore, Maryland
Proprietor of small grocery store weighing dried beans. Near New Iberia, Louisiana. This small grocery store was the center of the social life of the community
Corner of grocery store with man taking bottled drinks from supplies to fill ice box. Near New Iberia, Louisiana
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Negro making purchase at traveling grocery store, Forrest City, Arkansas
Making purchase at traveling grocery store, Forrest City, Arkansas
Copenhagen, Denmark. The doorway of a grocery store
Wrapping fatback in country grocery store. Florence County, South Carolina
Traveling grocery store, Forrest City, Arkansas
Weighing fatback in country grocery store. Florence County, South Carolina
Farmer's Union Coop grocery store, Centralia, Kansas. This cooperative has received a loan from the FSA (Farm Security Administration)
Interior of traveling grocery store selling to rural people near Forrest City, Arkansas
Shenandoah(?), Pennsylvania. Display windows of a furniture store and an Atlantic and Pacific grocery, at night
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Native Texan farmer on relief. Goodliet, Hardeman County, Texas. "Tractored out" in late 1937. Now living in town, and on the verge of relief. Wife and two children. "Well, I know I've got to make a move but I don't know where to. I can stay off relief until the first of the year. After that I don't know. I've eat up two cows and a pair of horses this past year. Neither drink nor gamble, so I must have eat'n 'em up. I've got left two horses and two cows and some farm tools. Owe a grocery bill. If had gradutated land tax on big farms, that would put the little man back again. One man had six renters last year. Kept one. Of the five, one went to Oklahoma, one got a farm south of town and three got no place. They're on WPA (Works Progress Administration). Another man put fifteen families off this year. Another had twenty-eight renters and now has two. In the Progressive Farmer it said that relief had spoiled the renters so they had to get tractors. But them men that's doing the talking for the community is the big landowners. They got money to go to Washington. That's what keeps us from writing. A letter I would write would sound silly up there."
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