Happy #ThrowbackThursday from the Nebraska Memories archive!
This week, we’re taking a peek inside the C.E. Wilson Clothing store in 1909. Merchandise displayed in the store includes shoes, suites, ties, and wooden trunks.
This 6″x9″ black and white photograph is owned by the Crawford Historical Society and Museum and is published to Nebraska Memories by Crawford Public Library. This collection includes a number of images of the Crawford area from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Images include portraits of residents, local businesses, and souvenir postcards.
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