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ANN ARBOR CUNNINGHAMS 1940's photo print
ANN ARBOR CUNNINGHAMS 1940's photo print
Photo #1236
(Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins

OLD ANN ARBOR MI CUNNINGHAMS 1940's photo picture art print for sale. This old vintage ANN ARBOR photo picture art print for sale is of the corner Liberty and Main St. in downtown Ann Arbor, MI during the mid 1940's. It shows the original occupant of this art deco structure. Late 1930's vehicles are parked on the streets as two ladies walk past the entrance. In the background you see a large sign offering 'war savings stamps.' This sepia toned historic vintage ANN ARBOR photo picture print is made from the professional restored Original black and white negative/photo from that era. Cunningham's Drug Stores later became the Parthenon Gyros Restaurant and most recently is the new incarnation of the PRETZEL BELL RESTAURANT.

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