Close-up view of the Singer Sewing Center and Easy Way. Caption on back of photo reads, "11-8-1949 Main Street."
Standard Auto Supply Co. at 132 Monroe Ave. with Model T Ford truck advertising Ajax tires parked in front [negative included].
Looking north at Riverside Drive construction and businesses alongside the Mississippi River. Caption on front of photo reads, "1935 North From Point Where Drive Leaves River."
EEE Shoe Co. at 1-3 N. Main St. & Madison Ave. with windows broken out on side of building facing Madison. Billboard for Memphis Electric Co. and Hunt-Berlin Coal Co. above the building.-- Text on fro…
Star Painless Dentists at 81 S. Main St. on 2nd floor. Sign for Dr. C.C. Winfrey. [B&W glossy copy & negative included].
Lehman's at 5 N. Main St. & Madison Ave. -- Text on front: K14-32
The Majestic Theatre - New No. 2 at 138 S. Main. -- Text on front: 189
Standard Auto Supply Co. at 132 Monroe Ave. with Model T Ford truck advertising Ajax tires parked in front.
“Confederate Park, showing Post Office, Memphis, Tenn.” Color image with gardens.
Joseph Fowler Electric Co. at 42 N. 2nd St. [negative included]. Sign reads, "Fowler Electragist."
N. Main St. looking south, Moseley-Robinson Drug Co. at 2-4 N. Main St. in foreground. -- Text on front: G14-35
S.H. Kress & Co. Five & Dime at 80 S. Main St. on bottom floor, Macon & Andrews College upstairs [B&W glossy copy & negative included].
Looking north on Main St. at Union Ave.
Several people stand in front of a Singer Sewing Center on Main Street. An Easy Way grocery store is next door. Caption on back of photo reads, "11-8-1949 Main Street."
Levy Bros. department store at 100 S. Main with trolley car in foreground. -- Text on front: 119 -- Text on back: A Velox Print. -- Made in Memphis by the -- Memphis Photo Supply Co. -- 60 S. Main St…
“Falls Building” Color image of city of Memphis from the river, with an arrow specifically pointing at the Falls Building in downtown.
Maxine Smith and others boycotting downtown businesses. Photo shows Goldsmith's sign above them. NOTE: Photo cropped and marked for publication.
Hirsch & Slager Cigar store at 9 S. Main St. owned by Sam Hirsch & Harry Slager. -- Cotton bale in front with sign, "We bought our bale at ten cents, have you? Hirsch & Slager." [negative included]
Looking towards downtown Memphis from the Riverside Drive construction. Caption on front of photo reads, "6, 1935 North From Coal Conveyor Near Butler."