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3 Grocery Finds That Prove a Little Dirt Don't Hurt — The Grocery Insider

Grand Grocery Company in Lincoln, Nebraska, [John Vachon, who took some of the only color photographs in the 'America in Color from Property of the Library of Congress.

A midday street scene in Lincoln, Nebraska

Lipstick and labor: Rare color photographs show glamorous women workers doing their bit for the nation on the eve of World War Two

Lincoln, Nebraska, 1942 just south of the intersection of Street and N Street photo by John Vachon

Eggs - 19 cents  New Potatoes 5lb. 25 cents  Wow ! Those were the good old days...

DIY Projects & Crafts

This picture was taken in 1940 and shows a Grocery Store front in The picture was taken in Salem, Illinois. I like looking at the simplicity of the items being sold, and the prices advertised in the window.

Seldom-seen photos show what America looked like in the 1940s…in color

Seldom-seen photos show what America looked like in the 1940s…in color

Eagle Fruit Store and Capital Hotel, Lincoln, Nebraska 1942 by John Vachon, Library of Congress collection

Lu Yifei; Zhang Guiming; Xu Zhiwen - A spring breeze in a snowy night

Xu Zhiwen (徐志文), A spring breeze in a snowy night, July A shop scene in the with abundant goods and happy customers.

Because Food Lion didn't exist.

Eagle Fruit Store and Capital Hotel: Lincoln, Nebraska 1942

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