Smile building historical gallery is a (South) Main attraction

That’s good ole’ Wilfred P. Hamel, outside of his shop at 67 S. Main St. in the mid-20th century. He sold furniture and was district manager for the Wurlitzer Piano Company.
That’s good ole’ Wilfred P. Hamel, outside of his shop at 67 S. Main St. in the mid-20th century. He sold furniture and was district manager for the Wurlitzer Piano Company.
This is a view inside Alosa’s Self-Service Market, which stood at 111 1/2 S. Main St. Is it just us, or is that box of Corn Flakes humongous?
This is a view inside Alosa’s Self-Service Market, which stood at 111 1/2 S. Main St. Is it just us, or is that box of Corn Flakes humongous?

We checked out the sweet historical photo gallery, South Main Below the Crook, in the Smile Building lobby (the crook refers to the bend at Fayette Street), featuring photos chronicling the road’s evolving appearance.

Author: Keith Testa

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