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Color photo of the Salad Bowl, 4321 W. State St., with four people on the lawn in front, three seated women and a man standing behind. "Dine with the Beasley's, Bill and Jessie. Home of golden fried chicken. More than 30 kinds of food on our…
This card is in a booklet stamped "Souvenir Letter: Views of Rockford, Ill." This depicts a cigar shop and a cafeteria on the left; Deming's, C. F. Henry's, Ashton's, and Armstrong's on the right.
On the left there are signs for a Ladies' Tailors, Ashton's, and C. F. Henry in the second block; on the right are signs for a Dentist, Harvester Havana Cigars Smoke Shop, and a Hotel sign.
At Church Street intersection. "This new twenty-square-block downtown lighting area was installed at a cost of over $250,000." Osco Drug, Carson, Pirie, Scott, Rockford Dry Goods, and Busch Jewelers on the left with the Hotel Faust's red neon sign in…
From West State Street looking north on Main Street: on the left, Rockford Dry Goods Co., Kress', and the Coronado Theatre in the distance; Mason's, Doran's, and the Palace Theatre on the right.
Building-high street view looking East toward State Street Bridge. C. F. Henry, Clothier & Furnisher, on left; United Cigar, S. Scher Tailor, Moffatt's, Elliott's, and Hallock Furniture on right.
A nighttime neon-lit street scene with Rockford Dry Goods and the Coronado Theatre on the left, and Masters Shoe Company, Busch Jewelers, and Woolworth's on the right.
Majestic view of the theater's white and gold organ. On the back: "The Grande Barton Theatre Pipe Organ (4 manuals, 17 ranks) opened the Coronado Theatre, Rockford, Illinois in 1927. Restored in 1971, it is maintained by the Land of Lincoln Theatre…