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Eagle Market

Date of photo: 1950s
Photographer: Unknown

Contributor: Arlington Group Events (via Flickr)
Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/flickr2284774476
Shortlink: http://wnhpc.com/d/245
Tags: carsoncity carsonstreet downtowncc eaglemarket proctorstreet sprousereitz timsliquorhouse

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Thanks to Fred Nietz

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The Eagle Market occupied part of this building at the southwest corner of Carson and Proctor streets. The phone number was GR 2-1183. Next door is Tim's Liquor House, taking up the other half of the building. The prominent 'X' on the sign advertises Lucky Lager beer, "One of the world's finest beers." A Standard Stations sign is perched on the roof, pointing to a filling station across the street.

Next door to Tim's is Sprouse Reitz variety stores.

The building housing Tim's and the Eagle Market was demolished circa 1960 to build the Security National Bank.

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Date Uploaded: February 24, 2008

Source: Flickr

Source URL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jfreddmuggz/2284774476


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