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Name Grocery store

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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 Hot Cake Machine at Ralph's Market - 1940/06/21

Hot Cake Machine at Ralph's Market - 1940/06/21

Advertising for Sperry Flour featuring a hot cake machine, at Ralph's Market.

Image of Hot Cake Machine at Ralph's Market - 1940/06/21

Hot Cake Machine at Ralph's Market - 1940/06/21

Advertising for Sperry Flour featuring a hot cake machine, at Ralph's Market.

Image of Ribbon Cutting for Reopening of Von's Market at 1311 Wilshire, 1949 - 1949/10/12

Ribbon Cutting for Reopening of Von's Market at 1311 Wilshire, 1949 - 1949/10/12

Dignitaries at the ribbon-cutting for the newly remodeled Von's Market at 1311 Wilshire Boulevard. A similar photo in the Outlook is captioned "Market Reopened - Surrounded by executives of Von's Market Co. and the Queen of Santa Monica City College, Mayor Pro Tem George A. Neilson this morning cut the ribbon for the official opening of the newly-remodeled Von's Market on Wilshire Boulevard." Included in the photograph are Anatol Josepho, owner of the property; C.M. Nickerson, market manager; Ted Von der Ahe, general manager of Von's; Wilfred Von der Ahe; Mayor Pro Tem George A. Neilson; Lee Hayde, City College Queen; and Walter Von der Ahe.

Image of Ribbon Cutting for Reopening of Von's Market at 1311 Wilshire, 1949 - 1949/10/12

Ribbon Cutting for Reopening of Von's Market at 1311 Wilshire, 1949 - 1949/10/12

Dignitaries at the ribbon-cutting for the newly remodeled Von's Market at 1311 Wilshire Boulevard. A similar photo in the Outlook is captioned "Market Reopened - Surrounded by executives of Von's Market Co. and the Queen of Santa Monica City College, Mayor Pro Tem George A. Neilson this morning cut the ribbon for the official opening of the newly-remodeled Von's Market on Wilshire Boulevard." Included in the photograph are Anatol Josepho, owner of the property; C.M. Nickerson, market manager; Ted Von der Ahe, general manager of Von's; Wilfred Von der Ahe; Mayor Pro Tem George A. Neilson; Lee Hayde, City College Queen; and Walter Von der Ahe.

Image of Ribbon Cutting for Reopening of Von's Market at 1311 Wilshire, 1949 - 1949/10/12

Ribbon Cutting for Reopening of Von's Market at 1311 Wilshire, 1949 - 1949/10/12

Dignitaries at the ribbon-cutting for the newly remodeled Von's Market at 1311 Wilshire Boulevard. In the Outlook, this photo is captioned "Market Reopened - Surrounded by executives of Von's Market Co. and the Queen of Santa Monica City College, Mayor Pro Tem George A. Neilson this morning cut the ribbon for the official opening of the newly-remodeled Von's Market on Wilshire Boulevard." Included in the photograph are Anatol Josepho, owner of the property; C.M. Nickerson, market manager; Ted Von der Ahe, general manager of Von's; Wilfred Von der Ahe; Mayor Pro Tem George A. Neilson; Lee Hayde, City College Queen; and Walter Von der Ahe.

Image of Exterior Night View of Elmer Lebert's Markets on Montana Avenue, 1940 - 1940/01/17

Exterior Night View of Elmer Lebert's Markets on Montana Avenue, 1940 - 1940/01/17

An exterior night view of Elmer Lebert's Markets. The market facade is completely open, so the interior of the store is also visible. The produce on display at the front of the market is stacked in pyramids. The market was located at 1627 Montana Avenue.

Image of Man and Woman Work at Vons Checkout, 1941 - 1941/07/15

Man and Woman Work at Vons Checkout, 1941 - 1941/07/15

A woman operates the register while a man bags groceries at a Vons grocery store checkout stand.

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 Cold Drinks, Candy, Tobacco - 1928

Cold Drinks, Candy, Tobacco - 1928

A view of 21st Street and Ocean Park Boulevard (eastbound) in 1928. The pictured grocery store advertises cold drinks, candy, and tobacco.

Image of Saxman and Tegner Grocery Store at 256 Third Street - undated

Saxman and Tegner Grocery Store at 256 Third Street - undated

A group of men are posed for a group portrait at the back of a general store, perhaps owned by Saxman and Tegner, in 1900. Their store was located at 256 Third Street. Advertisements for various products and provisions, including Owl cigars, are posted around the walls and counters of the store.

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 Neighborhood Grocery Store, 1923 - 1923

Neighborhood Grocery Store, 1923 - 1923

An unidentified man and woman are standing at the entrance of a neighborhood grocery store. A sign on the door advertises boiled ham and bacon. The couple are likely the owners of the business that was located in Ocean Park or Venice.

Image of Neighborhood Grocery Store, 1923 - 1923

Neighborhood Grocery Store, 1923 - 1923

An unidentified man is standing outside a corner "cash grocery." Signage advertises home-made pies and cakes. The building to the man's right has a sign indicating "apartments." The location is Ocean Park or Venice.

Image of Boardwalk and the Santa Monica Pier - circa 1920s

Boardwalk and the Santa Monica Pier - circa 1920s

A view from Appian Way of the Whirlwind Dipper roller coaster on Santa Monica Pier and adjacent commercial buildings. Signs on the commercial buildings identify Pound's Bath House, Stone's Cafe, an ice cream stand and a grocery store. Two Model T cars are visible near the roller coaster. The Whirlwind Dipper was built in 1924 by the Santa Monica Amusement Company which had purchased Looff Pier in 1923.