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Name Grocery

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Image of Edgemar Farms & Imperial Ice Collection - Signs

Edgemar Farms & Imperial Ice Collection - Signs

4 store display signs, printed in red on white plastic, EDGEMAR EGGS, SUNNYSIDE LARGE GRADE AA.

Image of Edgemar Farms & Imperial Ice Collection - Signs

Edgemar Farms & Imperial Ice Collection - Signs

3 store signs, printed in blue on white plastic, EDGEMAR EGGS, FRESH MEDIUM GRADE A.

Image of Roberts Market, 1940 - 1940/01/12

Roberts Market, 1940 - 1940/01/12

Exterior view of the Roberts Market at night. The street facing wall is open to reveal produce on display. It was located at 1505 Wilshire Boulevard. The signs read: "Roberts | Markets Everywhere", "Schober's Bakery | Outstanding Quality", and "Roberts | Union Produce Co".

Image of Roberts Market, 1940 - 1940/01/12

Roberts Market, 1940 - 1940/01/12

Exterior view of the Roberts Market at night. The street facing wall is open to reveal produce on display. It was located at 1505 Wilshire Boulevard. The signs read: "Roberts | Markets Everywhere", "Schober's Bakery | Outstanding Quality", and "Mom! Look | Walnuts | Are here again".

Image of A&P Super Market, 1940 - 1940/08

A&P Super Market, 1940 - 1940/08

The front of an A&P Super Market with an open front and food such as watermelons, bananas, and canned food on display. A grocer wearing an apron stands near a produce display. Visible signage includes: "A&P Super Market | Food Market | The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Market | Self Service." A&P was the country's first grocery chain and the largest food/grocery retailer in the United States from 1915-1975. It was the largest retailer of any kind until 1965.

Image of A&P Super Market, 1940 - 1940/08

A&P Super Market, 1940 - 1940/08

The front of an A&P Super Market with an open front and food such as watermelons, bananas, and canned food on display. Visible signage includes: "A&P Super Market | Food Market | The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Market | Self Service." A&P was the country's first grocery chain and the largest food/grocery retailer in the United States from 1915-1975. It was the largest retailer of any kind until 1965.

Image of Clerk at African-American Owned Grocery Store - undated

Clerk at African-American Owned Grocery Store - undated

An unidentified man posing behind the counter in an African-American owned grocery store and fountain.

Image of Elliot & Co. Grocery Store and Meat Market - undated

Elliot & Co. Grocery Store and Meat Market - undated

A clerk is standing behind the counter at Elliot & Co. Grocery Store and Meat Market.

Image of A Grocery Store and Meat Market - undated

A Grocery Store and Meat Market - undated

A group of men standing at the back of a general store, probably in the late 1890s.

Image of Grocery Store and Meat Market - undated

Grocery Store and Meat Market - undated

Six unidentified men are standing at the back of and behind the counter of a general store, probably in the late 1890s. There are advertisements on the wall for English biscuit companies, Peek, Frean and Company and Huntley & Palmers.

Image of Grocery Store and Bakery in Ocean Park -

Grocery Store and Bakery in Ocean Park -

Cash grocery and apartment buildings in Ocean Park. Man is standing out front near sign that reads "Home made pies & cakes, made to order, Bakery, Groceries, Soft drinks, Tobacco."

Image of Grocers' Parade - undated

Grocers' Parade - undated

A. F. Johnston was a leading grocer on 203 Third Street. Also advertised is Sue's, selling ice cream and fruit, her shop located at 201 Utah, telephone 521. Written on the back of the photograph is "Grocers' parade, in front of immense water tanks full of salt water, used to keep the dust down in the streets in summer, c. 1900" and "Ottie Carrillo."

Image of Grocery Wagon on Pier Avenue, Ocean Park - early 1900s

Grocery Wagon on Pier Avenue, Ocean Park - early 1900s

This photo from the Watson family album collection is inscribed: "Just starting with a load of groceries." The horse and buggy isstationed in front of the Rockhold Grocery Co. and to the left is the A. M. Montgomery Dry Goods store. Both businesses were located on Pier Avenue in Ocean Park. (Image for Viewing Only)

Image of Businesses along Pier Avenue, Ocean Park - early 1900s

Businesses along Pier Avenue, Ocean Park - early 1900s

This photo from the Watson family album collection is of the shops and businesses along Pier Avenue. On the far left are furnished rooms. Next to that is the Rockhold Grocery Co. with the grocery delivery man ready to go in his horse and buggy. Ocean Park Drug Co. is next to the grocery store and has its awning out. The business on the corner is a hardware store, also offering home furnishings. (Image for Viewing Only)

Image of Ocean Park Bath House - early 1900s

Ocean Park Bath House - early 1900s

A photograph from the Watson family album collection of the Ocean Park Bath House. Built in 1905 by A. R. Fraser, partner of Abbot Kinney, it was one of the most impressive buildings during its day. Also visible are Hotel Decatur and the H. C. Burmister, specializing in "fancy groceries, wines, liquors and cigars." (Image for Viewing Only)