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Sam Razook entering post office, 1922
Collection: Street Scenes

Title

Sam Razook entering post office, 1922

Subject

street, main street, post office, automobile

Description

Sam Razook entering the Post office when it was located at 119 N. Main St. This building was built by Jacob Baer and Will Baer, his son. It was purchased by Alvin B. King and used as the Ford Automobile Dealership for many years. note the gas pump at curbside. It required hand pumping gas into glass cylinder tat top which was caliberated [sic]. Gas then flowed by gravity into the automobile. -- label on back of photograph

Est. date 1922. 76/1 owner: Lola Glenn. -- handwritten on back of photograph

Creator

unknown

Source

Murray Bandy Hesston Centennial 1886-1896, Hesston Public Library

Publisher

Hesston Public Library

Date

1922

Contributor

Glenn, Lola

Relation

Bandy, Murray C., "Hesston Centennial 1886-1896", pg. 76.

Format

image/jpeg

Language

English

Identifier

mb_street_015

Coverage

1920s

Hesston (Kan.)

Kansas


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Citation
unknown, “Sam Razook entering post office, 1922,” Hesston Public Library, accessed December 7, 2021, https://hesston.digitalsckls.info/item/1294.
Original Format

Photograph

Physical Dimensions

3.5 in x 5 in.