Village Shop, Mexico, ca. 1900
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This photograph depicts a building that appears to be a shop at the turn of the century in Mexico. This building is typical of those seen during the early 1900s in Mexico Village, or Mexico Corner as it was called at that time.
The banners hanging on the windows indicate that on the second floor of the building housed a Pool Hall and a Barber Shop, and the first floor was Meat Market and an Ice Cream Parlor.
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