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Looking down Salina Street we see the "Butternut" trolley car coming up the street. Lighted signs include "Wilson's", "B.F. Keith's Vaudeville", "Loew's State", "Liggett's Drug Store" and "Empire". Automobiles are parked along the street and no pedestrians are visible. Written on back of print: "Downtown - looking south on Salina Street from Hunter-Tuppen Store, taken after the first snow fall of the Season." ca.1928  -"Schuelke Collection, courtesy of the Liverpool Public Library."

Looking down Salina Street we see the "Butternut" trolley car coming up the street. Lighted signs include "Wilson's", "B.F. Keith's Vaudeville", "Loew's State", "Liggett's Drug Store" and "Empire". Automobiles are parked along the street and no pedestrians are visible. Written on back of print: "Downtown - looking south on Salina Street from Hunter-Tuppen Store, taken after the first snow fall of the Season." ca.1928 -"Schuelke Collection, courtesy of the Liverpool Public Library."

Looking east on James Street before the overpass. The Snowden Flats on the right across State Street.

Looking east on James Street before the overpass. The Snowden Flats on the right across State Street.

Washington Street looking West.

Washington Street looking West.

Looking north during the 1910s on South Salina Street!

Looking north during the 1910s on South Salina Street!

This is a picture of my mother, Pauline (Baker) DeRoche, and her friend, Helen Heid, walking down the street in downtown Syracuse, probably in 1938 or 1939. I just love the way they dressed and walked, arm in arm. I'm not sure who took the picture or what street it is. This is definitely a reflection on the history of downtown Syracuse!! If anyone could possibly help name any of the stores in the picture, that would be great!!! This was WAY before my time!

This is a picture of my mother, Pauline (Baker) DeRoche, and her friend, Helen Heid, walking down the street in downtown Syracuse, probably in 1938 or 1939. I just love the way they dressed and walked, arm in arm. I'm not sure who took the picture or what street it is. This is definitely a reflection on the history of downtown Syracuse!! If anyone could possibly help name any of the stores in the picture, that would be great!!! This was WAY before my time!

1928  Night scene showing a lighted Clinton Square and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument from the left side of the Square. We see (left to right) the darkened Syracuse Savings Bank, the Chimes Building (also dark), the State Tower Building (lighted) and Onondaga Savings Bank with sign lighted and some offices still lit. Snow on streets and parked cars.  -Schuelke Collection, courtesy of the Liverpool Public Library

1928 Night scene showing a lighted Clinton Square and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument from the left side of the Square. We see (left to right) the darkened Syracuse Savings Bank, the Chimes Building (also dark), the State Tower Building (lighted) and Onondaga Savings Bank with sign lighted and some offices still lit. Snow on streets and parked cars. -Schuelke Collection, courtesy of the Liverpool Public Library

The Oswego Canal at the Sycamore Street bridge in Liverpool, looking north along canal from the towpath.

The Oswego Canal at the Sycamore Street bridge in Liverpool, looking north along canal from the towpath.

The Rexall Train  In 1902, Louis K. Liggett persuaded 40 independent drug stores to invest $4,000 in a retailers' cooperative called United Drug Stores, which sold products under the Rexall name. After World War I, the cooperative established a franchise arrangement whereby independently owned retail outlets adopted the Rexall trade name and sold Rexall products. The company was based in Boston, in an area now occupied by Northeastern University.

The Rexall Train In 1902, Louis K. Liggett persuaded 40 independent drug stores to invest $4,000 in a retailers' cooperative called United Drug Stores, which sold products under the Rexall name. After World War I, the cooperative established a franchise arrangement whereby independently owned retail outlets adopted the Rexall trade name and sold Rexall products. The company was based in Boston, in an area now occupied by Northeastern University.

Vintage 1920's Photo 8 x 10 B & W Liggett's Drug Store Grand Rapids Michigan

Vintage 1920's Photo 8 x 10 B & W Liggett's Drug Store Grand Rapids Michigan

Vintage Photo 8 x 10 B & W Liggett's Drug Store Grand Rapids Michigan

Stunning and Elegant Vintage Menu from Liggetts by PrettyPaper09

Chicago 1940s Vintage Menu from Liggetts Biltmore Grill at State and Madison Streets 1940s Stunning and Elegant

Stunning and Elegant Vintage Menu from Liggetts by PrettyPaper09

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