• Rhodes-Jennings Furniture

    Rhodes-Jennings Furniture store on North Main Street. Caption on back of photo reads, "N. Main June 1954."

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  • R. B. Buchanan Seed Company on Front Street

    A photograph of Front Street with various seed companies lining the right side of the street: Otto Schwill & Company, R. B. Buchanan Seed, and Russell-Heckle Seed Company. In the background (far left)…

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  • Second Street and Jefferson

    Pedestrians and traffic near the intersection of Second Street and Jefferson Avenue, with a Double Cola billboard in the background. Caption on back of photo reads, "C80 Second & Jefferson - looking s…

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  • Madison Avenue

    Intersection of Madison Avenue and Second Street with businesses and pedestrians in front of Portnoy's Men's Wear.

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  • Main Street

    Pedestrians and a line of streetcars at the intersection of Main and Madison Streets.

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  • "Youngs Cafe"

    Young's Cafe near the intersection of Poplar Avenue and Second Street. Caption on top of photo reads, "Apr 59." Caption on back of photo reads, "Poplar Ave. looking east near Second St., From the Civi…

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  • Streetsweeper on Main Street

    Busy street life on Main Street. Walgreen Drugs, Florsheim Shoes, Kress and the Lincoln American Tower are all visible.

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  • Madison Avenue

    Intersection of Madison Avenue and Second Street showing pedestrian and business activity in front of Portnoy's Men's Wear.

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  • Buildings on Front Street in 1907

    A photo of Front Street, looking southwards. Pedestrians and horse-drawn carriages are outside the storefronts that line Front Street.

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  • Madison and Second

    Busy street life near the intersection of Madison Avenue and Second Street. Caption on back of photo reads, "Madison & Second, March 1952."

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  • Hollywood at Chelsea

    Franklin's (with the clock), H & M Bakery and the Hollywood Theater.

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  • Front Street in 1845 (3)

    A sketch of Memphis in 1845. Duplicate available: "Memphis - Streets - Front Street - 1845 -- #557"

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  • Hotels on North Main Street

    Several hotels and businesses on North Main Street, including Washburn's Store, the Arlington Hotel, and the Travelers Hotel. Caption on back of photo reads, "N. Main Jan. 1954."

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  • Cleveland and Overton Park

    The southwest corner of Cleveland and Overton Park, where Midtown Liquors is located.

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  • Women on Main Street

    Close-up view of street life on Main Street. The Warner Theater is on the right side of the photo.

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  • Madison Avenue

    Intersection of Madison Avenue and McLean Boulevard with pedestrians and signs. Looking east down Madison, the Bank is located in the Gilmore Building.

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  • Lehman's Cigar store

    Lehman's at 5 N. Main St. & Madison Ave. -- Text on front: K14-32

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  • Bowling Newman Athletic Club

    Looking north at businesses and street life on Second Street. Caption on back of photo reads, "Second Street - just south of Madison, looking north." The Bowling Newman Athletic Club is visible in the…

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  • Businesses on Front Street (2)

    A photograph of Front Street with various companies lining the right side of the street: Otto Schwill & Company, DeSoto Hardware Company, and R. B. Buchanan Seed. Duplicate available: "Memphis - Stree…

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  • Main and Adams

    Cotton Carnival banners hang over the intersection of Main Street and Adams Avenue with the surrounding businesses. Caption on back of photo reads, "Main and Adams."

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