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Washington, D.C., circa 1920. "Draper window." A display for Lambert Trublpruf solid rubber tires, a business owned by Charles W. Draper.

" A display for Lambert Trublpruf solid rubber tires, a business owned by Charles W. We've seen these earlier at Shorpy on a few trucks.

Oversized VINT.1920s ART DECO window display*stamped

Oversized VINT.1920s ART DECO window display*stamped

Shop Windows, Window Displays, 1920s, Stamping, Dioramas, Art Deco, Boudoir, Glass Display Cabinets, Vanity

Vintage Original 1935 New York Macys Department Store Window Display Ad Furniture Lamps Black and White Art Deco. $16.00, via Etsy.

Vintage Original 1935 New York Macys Department Store Window Display Ad Furniture Lamps Black and White Art Deco

NYC, 1905

“The first street railway was built in Salina Street in 1859 and Syracuse was soon known “far and wide” as the city where the trains passed through the middle of downtown.

1920s Photo of the Boston Store Display Window full of Baby Photos by Photographer J. Fred Hays

Photo of the Boston Store Display Window full of Baby Photos by Photographer J. Fred Hays hang blown up photos of vignettes of product (requires lead time)

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