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These three photographs show exterior views of the Tully-McFarland Drug Company located on the northwest corner of 9th Street and Kansas Avenue in Topeka, Kansas. In the first photograph, signs on the front of the store read, "The Rexall Store," and advertise for cigars, candies, prescriptions, and Coca-Cola. Various items are partially visible in the store windows. A standing weighing scale is in the doorway outside the store. The second photograph shows a view looking down the sidewalk past the front of the store. Other business signs visible along the block include signs reading, "Doctors Lindsay," "Avalon Bar," and "Jewelers." A few people are visible walking along the sidewalk, and an automobile is visible parked at the curb. The third photograph shows a view looking past the corner of the drug store towards buildings across the street. Items in the drug store window are labeled, "Trutone, the Strength Maker." A sign advertising the musical comedy "My Home Town Girl" on Tuesday, February 8, indicates the year is 1916. A sign on a building in the background advertises Owl Cigars for 5 cents.

Date: 1916

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Item Number: 213942
Call Number: FK2.S5 T.5 KanA.9S *11-13
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 213942

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