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Pacific Avenue, April 14, 1925

Black and white elevated view of the 900 Block of Pacific Avenue in Tacoma, WA taken on April 14, 1925. The businesses are, from left to right, Lundquist-Lilly men's clothing; Chas F. Lewis, hatter; Halbert and Manning Billiards, Scobey's Cigars, a lunch counter; Davis Men's Shop; Haugen and Loney Tailors and Friedman's Jeweler. The three story building on the right is the San Francisco Block. On the top floor, the middle left window reads: Hops and below: Klaber Inv. Co. The middle right window reads: Oriental Method and below: D.G. Chan. The top right window reads: Chinese Medicine. The two advertisements on either side say: Chinese Natural Method, Remedies, Cure, Acute- Chronic & Peculiar Diseases, Young & Old, Either Sex. Chinese Medicine Co., Doctor Will Tell Your Trouble, Consultation Free. On the middle floor the windows in the middle reads: Medical Dispensary; Genito-Urinary Diseases. The window on the right says: G. B. Aldrich, lawyer. On the ground floor the business on the left is the Regal Shoe Company and on the right is a lunch counter. Several automobiles are parked in front of the buildings. The second automobile on the left is a delivery vehicle. There is a street clock in front of Friedman's Jewelers, A large sign shaped like a boot extends out over the sidewalk in front of the Regal Shoe Company. Two sets of trolley tracks run down the center of Pacific Avenue.


Creation Date: Apr. 14,1925

Catalog ID: 1957.64.B12319

Call Number: 1957.64.B12319

Object Types: negative, cellulose nitrate

Creator: Marvin D. Boland

Dimensions: Height 7.813 in . Width 9.813 in

Related Subjects: Tacoma, WA Pierce County Pacific Avenue (Tacoma, WA) street scene Tacoma business automobile clock, street track, trolley Lundquist-Lilly Friedman Jewelry Co. Chas. F. Lewis Davis Men's Shop Haugen & Loney Tailors Regal Shoe Company G.B. Aldrich Scobey Cigar Company Chinese medicine