Vintage photo of an African-American businessman behind the counter of a grocery store. Visible in the photo are meat, eggs, canned and dry goods. Writing on the reverse indicates “Don(?) 22 years old” along with a date 7/28/43. The box in front reads “No Ration Points! Lipton’s Soup 10 cents”
Dimensions: 7” Wide, 5” High
Date: Mid 20th Century 7/28/1943
Condition: The photo is partially torn in the top left corner one half inch. Several pinholes are in the top middle of the photo. Several minor creases and one prominent crease that runs the whole width of the photo in the bottom third. The bottom left corner has a small tear at the edge of the photo. Please see photos as they are an integral part of the condition report and ask any questions that you have about the item so that we can satisfy you.
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