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    a general store in Maryland, taken in about 1900

    Circa 1880. Interior of Helmbold's Drug Store, New York City

    Interior of Rural Frontier Country Store

    Vintage Oklahoma old general store

    Stores in the 1800s - Bing Images

    Granny's Kitchen: 1917

    Life was different in the 50′s......there was a Blue Law that required stores and most places of work and business to be closed on Sunday.

    General store interior, Moundville, Alabama, 1936

    Store window of a doll shop, 1920s

    New York City (1918)

    Old Pictures...excellent source for vintage photos

    Girls deliver ice. Heavy work that formerly belonged to men only is being done by girls. The ice girls are delivering ice on a route and their work requires brawn as well as the partriotic ambition to help. 09/16/1918 From the Records of the War Department; American Unofficial Collection of World War I Photographs, 1917 - 1918

    New York circa 1910-1915. "N.Y. Drug Store, Pennsylvania Station."

    1920's -- The radio

    Old Doughnut Shop. Taken between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing. The image shows F.w. Grand Store.

    When I was a kid in the early 40's Mom and Dad would have to drive 4 miles to the country store to buy ice out of a ice storage box. Ray

    JUNE 21, 1879: Frank Woolworth opened his first successful Woolworth's 5 and 10 Cent Store in Lancaster, PA. His first store, in Utica, NY, sold 5-cent items only and closed after 2 months. image: F. W. Woolworth - North Queen Street, Lancaster - the firm's first successful store

    Man Holding Baby - what I love most oabout vintage photos is the details....what's on the dresser, the linens, wallpaper, their clothes, etc. All the tiny things

    Flipping through albums in a record store...for hours

    Picture of 2 orphans at the Anna Spafford Baby Home. Her husband, Horatio Spafford wrote the hymn, "It is Well with My Soul" after the tragedy of losing his 4 children from a ship wreck. You can click on the picture and it will take you to the site for the full story. Very moving.