Making flags, Philadelphia, February 1942

Making flags, Philadelphia, February 1942

Tumblr fuckyeahvintage-retro: Piggly Wiggly store, c.1950s (via)

Tumblr fuckyeahvintage-retro: Piggly Wiggly store, c.1950s (via)

La tienda

La tienda

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: When the Grocery Looked Like That: 1944 San Francisco The De Luxe Groceteria.

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: When the Grocery Looked Like That: 1944 San Francisco The De Luxe Groceteria.

The old General Stores were the "BEST"

The old General Stores were the "BEST"

Niels Christian Pedersen Troelstrup opened the first Troelstrup store in the basement of 17 Møntergade in Copenhagen. A few years later, Christian Troelstrup bought the whole property which he redesigned as a department store selling men’s and boyswear. n 1936, the Municipality of Copenhagen condemned the building in Møntergade. Christian Troelstrup purchased the corner property at 5 Vester Voldgade which is the current location of the store.  As his final goodbye to the property in…

Niels Christian Pedersen Troelstrup opened the first Troelstrup store in the basement of 17 Møntergade in Copenhagen. A few years later, Christian Troelstrup bought the whole property which he redesigned as a department store selling men’s and boyswear. n 1936, the Municipality of Copenhagen condemned the building in Møntergade. Christian Troelstrup purchased the corner property at 5 Vester Voldgade which is the current location of the store. As his final goodbye to the property in…

There's something for everyone at the Rabbit Hash General Store

There's something for everyone at the Rabbit Hash General Store

Shopping downtown, rather than at the mall!

Shopping downtown, rather than at the mall!

Come here for the bagels, and the rugelach, and the chocolate babka, and the smoked fish, and we could go on and on. This Upper West Side specialty grocer, which has been operated by the Zabar family (out of the same location) since the 1930s, is still the place to stock up on old-school Jewish delicatessen fare. It’s one of those classic city shops that’s as worth it for the goods as it is for the characters who shop there regularly.

The New York City Foodie Guide

Come here for the bagels, and the rugelach, and the chocolate babka, and the smoked fish, and we could go on and on. This Upper West Side specialty grocer, which has been operated by the Zabar family (out of the same location) since the 1930s, is still the place to stock up on old-school Jewish delicatessen fare. It’s one of those classic city shops that’s as worth it for the goods as it is for the characters who shop there regularly.

grocery shopping...1925

grocery shopping...1925

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