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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, January 15, 1922, Sunday Edition, Image 44

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Popular luncli of Bacas
Bros.. at 1120 Eighth street, op
posite the main gate of the Navy
^ard.?Photo News.
. R. H. Reamy's music stot?
?t 623 Pennsylvania avenue, is
completely stocked and has a
justifiably large patronage - Photo
" The heart of thrSoutheas^^iusiness district. Eighth street
and Pennsylvania arenue Photo News.
Establishment of NX 11li<*r>i
h street.? Photo News.
Alpha Lunch, at 7o3 r.iv;J>th
street, just a ?trp Irom thr Viv?
^ard. Cjr-i?ryr- ,\ 1. .Standi- i? pro
pnetor
Scott, funeral director, at 40Q
flourishing financial ;n
is the Washington Me
Savings Bank at Eighth
streets.? Photo News.
- ?' " One of the longest
-? """established and best garages in t lie South
east is the Congressional at 628 Pennsylvania avenue.
F. E. Saundersand F. W. Mattingly. proprietors.? Photo News,
Une of ^ ashington's mo?' reliable plumbini
films is that of Ocorge J. Cross, jr.. at
636 Pennsylvania avenue.?Photo News .
Sales establishment of C. L
dealer in coal. wood, feed
and and building material,
at 622 Pennsylvania avenue.
?Photo News.
The American Meat Market,
C. Fuss, proprietor, does a big
business at 924 Eighth street.?
Photo News.
Bieber-kaufman Company's men's furnishing store in Eighth
street.
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