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    Crossroads Store at Sprott, Alabama, ca. 1935 or 1936. Photograph by Walker Evans

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    • Pamela Liles

      Crossroads Store at Sprott, Alabama, ca. 1935 or 1936. Photograph by Walker Evans My grand uncle Bert Wilder had a country store next door to his brother's house (Melvin Wilder, my grandfather). My Uncle M. C. Wilder also had a country store that his family still operates. It's been completely renovated.

    • Folie à Deux

      Crossroads store at Sprott, Alabama. 1935 or 1936. Photograph by Walker Evans - love the huge Coca Cola ad in the center of all this folksy.

    • robinson

      This picture shows an old rural post office and general store in Sprott Alabama. The photograph was taken in 1935. Notice the Coca Cola sign, and the old style gas pump.

    • Sylvie Leroy

      Crossroads Store at Sprott, Alabama, ca. 1935 or 1936. Photograph by Walker Evans ::: #Photography #Photo #BlackAndWhitePhotography #Art #OldPhotography

    • Sarah Waldroup

      Crossroads Store, Sprott, Alabama (1935). Photo by Walker Evans. ** Would LOVE to have this on Canvas **

    • Jennifer Kaye Smith

      Crossroads Store photo Circa 1935. "Crossroads store at Sprott, Alabama." Photograph by Walker Evans.

    • Lisa Myrick

      Crossroads store at Sprott, Alabama. 1935 or 1936. Photograph by Walker Evans. [Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Sprott, Alabama: 1935]

    • Polly Morris

      The Crossroads Store, Sprott, Alabama c. 1935-6; photo by Walker Evans

    • Linda

      U.S. Post Office and Gas Station, Sprott, Alabama 1935

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