Fairbanks-Alaska It was made in between ca. 1900 and 1916.
For some reason I just think that these days would have been so much better. I know there were other trials and tribulations, but think how slow and peaceful the average day would have been. if you look at the simplicity of the advertising, it is wonderful. Surely we do not need blasting rap music, dancing girls and nonsense humor in order to be intrigued, do we? When did it come about that we need advertising at the gas pump, it is idiocy. Our parents and grandparents had the right of it!
Not all of the hustle and bustle of today, people actually knew their neighbors, actually knew their family. You could probably go into any of these stores at anytime and know everyone in it! To me, that would just be an awesome thing. I wish there were a way for us to get back to these times!
Schneider Electric Store. Interior. It was created between 1905 and 1945
Raleigh Haberdasher show window, Washington, D.C. It was made in 1925.
Window display featuring Pond’s Extract products in O’Donnell’s drugstore, probably in Washington, D.C. It was taken in between 1909 and 1932.
Washington Auto Exchange. It was made between 1905 and 1945
People of Deadwood celebrating completion of a stretch of railroad. It was made in 1888
James Store, 12th Street, Washington DC. It was taken between 1905 and 1945
Atlanta, Georgia. View on Marietta Street. It was made in 1864 by Barnard, George N., 1819-1902
Mullany’s Saloon. It was created in 1913
North side of Chestnut Street, between Second Street and Third Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was taken in 1842
Old Doughnet Shop. It was created between 1905 and 1945
Ox teams on Main St.,Sturgis, Dakota Territory. It was taken in 1887