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S. Mayo, successor to Mayo and Bacon

S. Mayo, successor to Mayo and Bacon



Stereoview shows a street view of a business operating out of the ground floor of a three story building with a sign, "S. Mayo, successor to Mayo and Bacon." A group of soldiers are in the foreground on the left while a group of men, including two African Americans, stand on the porch.
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Purchase; Philip D. Nathanson 2013; (DLC/PP-2013:099).
Was AP 1180.





Cooley, Sam A. (Samuel A.), photographer




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