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A & B Drug Company, Marysville, Kansas

A & B Drug Company, Marysville, Kansas
Creator: Hawkins, Omar F. (Omar Finlay), 1890-1967
Date: October 23, 1931
This is a view of the soda fountain counter and pedestal stool seats at the A & B Drug Company located at 905 Broadway Street in Marysville, Kansas. The fountain's menu and prices are posted on the wall above the Art Deco embellished mirror.


A and B Drug Company, Marysville, Kansas

A and B Drug Company, Marysville, Kansas
Date: October 23, 1931
These three photographs show interior views of the A and B Drug Company located at 905 Broadway in Marysville, Kansas. The first photograph shows the display cases and shelves along the right side of the store. Magazines are visible in a rack on the right side of the picture, and various items are visible in the cases and on the shelves. A few tables and chairs are visible towards the back of the store, and the stools along the soda fountain service counter are visible on the left side of the picture. The second photograph shows the opposite side of the store from the first photograph. Shelves and a display case that appears to contain boxes of cigars are visible on the left side of the picture, and the soda fountain and service counter are visible near the middle of the picture. More shelves are visible along the back wall of the store. The third photograph shows a different view with more of the shelves and display cases to the left of the soda fountain counter visible. Various items are partially visible on the shelves and cases.


Barricklow Drug Store, Great Bend, Kansas

Barricklow Drug Store, Great Bend, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1940
This photograph shows the interior of the Barricklow Drug Store in Great Bend, Kansas. The picture shows items for sale in display cases, a soda fountain, and several people seated at tables in the store.


Berges Drug Store, Onaga, Kansas

Berges Drug Store, Onaga, Kansas
Date: Between 1940 and 1945
This photograph shows an interior view of Berges Drug Store in Onaga, Kansas. The people in the photograph are identified as Louie and Cleo Berges and Genevieve Schumate. A soda fountain is visible on the left side of the picture, and tables, chairs, a tall weighing scale, and various items for sale are visible in the rest of the picture.


Brunt Drug Company, Topeka, Kansas

Brunt Drug Company, Topeka, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1920
This photograph shows an exterior view of the Brunt Drug Company in Topeka, Kansas. A smaller sign on the store advertises "Soda, drugs, and sundries." A few people are visible on the sidewalks outside the store.


City Drug Store, Fredonia, Kansas

City Drug Store, Fredonia, Kansas
Date: 1912-1914
This photograph shows an interior view of the City Drug Store in Fredonia, Kansas. There are six men visible in the picture. A soda fountain and service counter is visible on the left side of the store. There are shelves along the left wall of the store filled with bottles containing chemicals and pharmacy supplies. There are display cases partially visible on both sides of the store, and there are strings of decorations hanging from the ceiling. There are also some tables and chairs near the middle of the store. Above the shelves on the left side is a sign advertising Coca-Cola.


City Drug Store, Fredonia, Kansas

City Drug Store, Fredonia, Kansas
Date: Between 1930 and 1939
This photograph shows an interior view of the City Drug Store in Fredonia, Kansas. There are two women visible standing behind the soda fountain counter on the left side of the store, and a man is visible standing near the back of the store towards the right side of the picture. There is a glass display case visible on the right side of the picture. This may have been the opening of the drug store as several boquets of flowers are visible towards the back of the store. A sign by the wall near the back end of the counter advertises Whitman's Chocolates.


Dick Brothers Drug Store, Lawrence, Kansas

Dick Brothers Drug Store, Lawrence, Kansas
Date: 1913
This photograph shows an exterior view of Dick Brothers Drug Store located at 847 Massachusetts Street in Lawrence, Kansas. The sign painted on the side of the building shows the traditional mortar and pestle pharmacy symbol. Other signs advertise paints and oils, Chancellor cigars, toilet articles, and soda. The building behind the drug store appears to be the YMCA. (The original negative of this photograph was damaged, causing the loss of the image on the bottom of the photograph.)


Drugstore interiors, Great Bend, Kansas

Drugstore interiors, Great Bend, Kansas
Date: Around 1900
These photographs show the interiors of two unidentified drugstores in Great Bend, Kansas. One picture shows stationery items for sale, a soda fountain, and some employees and customers. The other picture shows a soda fountain and three men, with items for sale in display cases. The latter photo has been identified as Lefty Holmes' Drug Store in the 1400 block of Main Street, Great Bend, courtesy of the Barton County Historical Society.


Drug stores on Main Street, Ottawa, Kansas

Drug stores on Main Street, Ottawa, Kansas
Date: 1898
These photographs show four drug stores on Main Street in Ottawa, Kansas. The first photograph shows two drug stores right next to each other: C. L. Cowdery's Drug Store on the left, and the J. E. Youngberg Drug Company in the middle. An ice cream and soda shop is on the right. The second photograph shows the C. L. Becker Drug Store in the building second from the right. Other businesses visible include the C. B. Jones Shoe Store on the right, and the Dress Cutting Academy and The Up to Date store to the left of the drug store. The third photograph shows the S. H. Lucas Drug Store in the third building from the left. Other businesses visible on the block include The Racket; Mitchell Wagons; Topping Hardware Company; Davenport, Lathrop and Company; and J. D. Chamberlain Groceries, Bakery, and Feed. Several people are visible in front of the stores, and several horse-drawn buggies and carriages are visible on the street.


Durant Drug Store, Topeka, Kansas

Durant Drug Store, Topeka, Kansas
Date: Between 1890 and 1899
This photograph shows an exterior view of the original Durant Drug Store located at 1316 West 15th Street in Topeka, Kansas. A man is visible standing in front of the store. The sign on the left window reads, "S. W. Durant, M. D." The sign on the right window advertises postage stamps. The hanging sign above the doorway advertises "Delicious soda water, Choice Havana and domestic cigars." A sign in the left window advertises the store as an agency for the White Star Laundry in Topeka. Various other signs are partially visible in the front windows of the store.


Frank O'Neal's confectionery shop, Tribune, Greeley County, Kansas

Frank O'Neal's confectionery shop, Tribune, Greeley County, Kansas
Date: 1920
An interior view of the Frank O'Neal confectionary shop and soda fountain, Tribune, Greeley County, Kansas. Mr. O'Neal stands behind the counter.


Graves Drug Store, Garnett, Kansas

Graves Drug Store, Garnett, Kansas
Date: Between 1920 and 1950
Interior view of Graves Drug Store. Shown is the soda fountain, employees, and a customer.


Hainer Drug Store, Emporia, Kansas

Hainer Drug Store, Emporia, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1909
This photograph shows an interior view of the Hainer Drug Store located at 603 Commercial Street in Emporia, Kansas. The store started operating in 1884, and the owner was Daniel W. Hainer. A soda fountain counter and stools are visible on the left side of the picture. A man identified as Cliff E. Frost is visible standing behind the counter. Shelves and display cases filled with various items are visible on both sides of the store. Tables and chairs are visible near the center rear of the store close to the heating stove. A hanging sign advertises "Nunnally's Delicious Candies," and a sign on the back wall advertises Coca-Cola.


Hillside Prescription Shop, Wichita, Kansas

Hillside Prescription Shop, Wichita, Kansas
Date: Between 1950 and 1970
This photograph shows an exterior view of the Hillside Prescription Shop in Wichita, Kansas. The sign above the corner of the store includes the traditional Rx pharmacy prescription symbol. The sign below it advertises "Armstrong's Quality Chekd Ice Cream." Signs visible in the windows also advertise "Prescriptions, Cosmetics, Gifts," and "Johnson and Johnson First Aid Needs." Another sign advertises "Vitamins." To the left of the corner of the building, a telephone booth is visible, and an automobile is partially visible behind it.


Holmes Drug Store, Great Bend, Kansas

Holmes Drug Store, Great Bend, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1940
This photograph shows the interior of the Holmes Drug Store in Great Bend, Kansas. A soda fountain is visible on the left, and items for sale are in display cases on the right.


John Waterman Drug Store, Washington, Kansas

John Waterman Drug Store, Washington, Kansas
Date: 1910
This photograph shows an interior view of the John Waterman Drug Store in Washington, Kansas. Three men are visible in the picture. A soda fountain and service counter are visible on the right side of the store. Shelves filled with bottles of chemicals and pharmacy supplies are also visible along the right wall of the store. Shelves filled with a variety of items are visible along the left wall of the store, and the display cases in the left foreground of the picture appear to be filled with pocket watches or other jewelry.


Kansas Avenue, Liberal, Kansas

Kansas Avenue, Liberal, Kansas
Date: Between 1928 and 1938
This photograph shows a street scene of Kansas Avenue in Liberal, Kansas. Although they are only partially visible, there are signs for at least three drug stores among the businesses in this picture. Starting from the left side, the first sign is for Taylor's Drugs. The next sign reads, "Dr. Beaty, Dentist, X-Ray." Another drug store sign is visible after that, then a sign for the Stoner Jewelry Company. Other signs on the left side of the street are less visible in the background. On the right side of the street, the sign for the Warren Hotel is visible, and farther in the background, to the left of the sign, another drug store and soda sign is partially visible. Other signs on the right side of the picture include a theater marquee, signs advertising Blatz Milwaukee Beer and Budweiser, and a sign reading, "Department Stores" on the far right. Many automobiles are visible along the street, and several people are also visible along the street.


Linn Pharmacy and Drug Store, Linn, Kansas

Linn Pharmacy and Drug Store, Linn, Kansas
Date: 1918-1925
These five photographs show an exterior view and interior views of the Linn Pharmacy and Drug store in Linn, Kansas. The first photograph shows an exterior view of a building with a sign reading, "Algie's," and two men standing in front of the building. The building is identified as containing a pharmacy on the left and a doctor's office on the right. The men are identified as Clarence Johnson on the right, and Franklin Johnson on the left. The small sign on the left window reads, "Rats, kill them with Hobson's Rat and Roach Paste." The second photograph shows an interior view of the Linn Pharmacy, with Franklin Johnson standing on the left and Clarence Johnson Standing on the right. Shelves in the background are filled with bottles of chemicals and pharmacy supplies. A sign visible in the upper left part of the picture reads, "The Premo Camera, for satisfaction." A cash register is visible on the right side of the picture. The third photograph is another interior view of the Linn Pharmacy, showing various items on the shelves in the background, and tables and chairs in the right foreground of the picture. The fourth photograph shows a different interior view of the Linn Pharmacy, showing various items for sale in the display cases and on the shelves. The display visible in the right foreground of the picture advertises "Soap Sale, 2 for 11 cents, Colgate white perfumed soaps, 12 floral odors." Tables and chairs are also visible on the left side of the picture. The fifth photograph shows display cases and shelves with items for sale in the Linn Pharmacy. The signs visible in the upper left part of the picture read, "Headquarters for school supplies," and below that, "Refresh yourself, drink Coca-Cola." Items in the display case in the left foreground include Iodent toothpaste and Palmolive Shave Cream.


Linn Pharmacy and Drug Store, Linn Kansas

Linn Pharmacy and Drug Store, Linn Kansas
Date: 1917-1925
These four photographs show an exterior and three interior views of the Linn Pharmacy and Drug Store in Linn, Kansas. The first photograph shows an exterior view of the building, with a large sign reading, "Drugs" on the front of the store. There appear to be two men partially visible through the front window of the store on the left side of the picture. The signs below the windows appear to be advertisements for Coca-Cola. The second photograph shows an interior view of the store with shelves filled with bottles of chemicals and pharmacy supplies in the background, and display cases filled with items for sale in front of them. Some tables and chairs are visible in the right foreground of the picture. Items in the display cases on the left of the picture include fly paper, a "Nite Lite," displays for "Snapit Switch Plug Cord Set," and "Snapit Electrical Necessities." A display offering a "Soap Sale" is visible near the middle of the picture. Above the doorway in the right background is a sign advertising Ex-Lax. Visible in the upper right part of the picture is a framed document that appears to be a diploma or certificate with the word "Nebraska" visible on the top of it. The third photograph shows another interior view of the store with items for sale on display. The advertising poster on the lower left side of the picture reads "A hen lays only as well as she feels," and advertises "Pan-A-Min." Displays advertising "Soap Sale" are visible on the right. The fourth photograph shows an earlier interior view with a man identified as Clarence Johnson visible sitting in a chair. Signs near the floor behind him advertise "Chloraide." On the wall in the background are several framed documents that appear to be diplomas or certificates. One has the word "Nebraska" visible on the top line, and two others have "Kansas" visible on the top line. Display cases are visible on the left side of the picture, and tables and chairs are visible on the right.


Living charter members of the Kansas Pharmaceutical Association

Living charter members of the Kansas Pharmaceutical Association
Date: 1937
This page from the Kansas Pharmaceutical News shows photographs of the only four charter members of the Kansas Pharmaceutical Association still living in 1937. The association was founded in 1880. The four charter members are John Schmitter of Gypsum, L. D. Havenhill of Lawrence, A. J. (Gus) Saur of Wichita, and Matt Noll of Atchison.


Loeb and Hallis Drug Store's soda fountain, Junction City, Kansas

Loeb and Hallis Drug Store's soda fountain, Junction City, Kansas
Date: Between 1895 and 1905
This photograph shows an interior view of the soda fountain in the Loeb and Hallis Drug Store in Junction City, Kansas. A gentleman in a suit is visible standing behind the counter. Behind the soda fountain equipment is a large mirror surrounded by very decorative woodwork.


Low's Drug Store, Salina, Kansas

Low's Drug Store, Salina, Kansas
Date: November 13, 1908
This photograph shows an interior view of Low's Drug Store in Salina, Kansas. A soda fountain service counter is visible on the left side of the picture. Various pharmacy supplies are in bottles on the shelves on the left. Tables and chairs are partially visible in the middle of the store behind two heating radiators. Many other items for sale are visible in display cases and shelves on the right side of the picture. The display case in the right foreground appears to contain boxes of cigars. A Coca-Cola advertising sign is visible behind the soda fountain counter on the left.


Lytle's Drug Store, Topeka, Kansas

Lytle's Drug Store, Topeka, Kansas
Date: Between 1962 and 1969
These photographs show views of Lytle's Drug Store on East 4th between Quincy Street and Kansas Avenue in Topeka, Kansas. The store was in the area of Topeka that was designated for urban renewal projects. The owner is identified as Charles Lytle, an African-American who had a career as a policeman and as deputy state fire marshal before purchasing the drug store. Charles Lytle also owned two barber shops in Topeka. (His sister was Lutie Lytle, famous as one of the first African-American women lawyers in the nation.) The first photograph shows an exterior view of the store. Signs advertise sodas, lunches, cigars, cosmetics, medicines, magazines, Coca-Cola, and Borden's Ice Cream. A sign along the bottom of the window to the right of the door reads, "Come in, sit down in comfort, we serve everybody." This may be a reference to racial segregation and civil rights issues affecting society at that time. Other small signs on the outside of the building advertise photographic film for sale and developed, cigarettes, and cosmetics. The second photograph shows an interior view of the drug store. A soda fountain and service counter is visible, and several signs on the wall behind the counter advertise food and drinks available, including signs for Coca-Cola and Borden's Ice Cream. A row of display cabinets and shelves is visible on the left side of the picture. Other signs in the background advertise Chesterfield Cigarettes.


Miller Drug Store, Topeka, Kansas

Miller Drug Store, Topeka, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1909
These four photographs show interior views of the Miller Drug Store in Topeka, Kansas. The first photograph is identified as being in a wooden building at 6th and Topeka streets which was the first store while their brick store was being built. A man is visible standing behind a soda fountain counter. Various display cases and shelves filled with items are visible in the background. The second photograph shows a different interior view with display cases along the left side and a long soda fountain counter along the right side. A man is standing by the cases on the left, another man is behind the counter on the right, and a man who appears to be a customer is seated at a table in the middle. Bottles filled with chemicals and pharmacy supplies are visible on the shelves on the right, and signs in the background advertise cigars. The third photograph shows an interior view similar to the right side of the second photograph. More of the soda fountain and the shelves, mirror, and decorative woodwork behind it are visible. Two men are standing behind the counter. Pharmacy bottles on the shelves in the background are also visible. The fourth photograph shows an interior view similar to the left side of the second photograph. Display cases and shelves behind them are visible along the wall of the store. Some of the display cases appear to contain perfumes, hand mirrors, and other toiletry items.


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