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See page 103 of the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection for more on William Reynolds and an outside view of his store.
|Circa 1880. Interior of Helmbold's Drug Store, New York City|
(multiple submissions to Pinterest)
|From Denver Public Library's Digital Collections:|
"Interior view of Forbes' Drug Store, in Georgetown, Colorado, on the first floor of the Cushman Block on Sixth (6th) Street. Showcases and shelves display small flat round boxes, a crate of seeds, rolls of wallpaper with an oriental rug hanging behind, tins and boxes,birdcages, a sign "Tarrants Seltzer" pharmaceuticals behind a "Forbes" sign, brushes, and a hanging row of oil lamps and lamp globes. Two men stand in the shadows of the store by the cases. A [gas] lamp with two globes hangs over the main aisle; signs read 'Wei De Meyer'sCatarrh Cure' and 'Castoria.'"
Z. D. Gilman's Drug Store, 627 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington DC
demolished in 1967!
|"Interior view of 'Dr. McDougald's Drug Store' (LOC)"|
somewhere in Georgia, USA, 1899
|Z.D.Gilman, interior detail|
|Johnston, Frances Benjamin, 1864-1952, photographer (LOC)|
|"Exterior view of 'Dr. McDougald's Drug Store' with three African Americans standing in the doorway|
and a horse-drawn carriage in the foreground (LOC)"
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
via YouTube published 8 Feb 2015
|"copyrighted 1878 by Wemple & Kronheim, NY"|
|79 White St., NYC|
(above two images from Google Street View, Oct 2014)
|sample views of victorian store interiors from Google Image search|
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