Sunday, October 22, 2006

Main Street INA Corner Shop, November 1960

Here’s a look at the INA Carefree Corner (and the Red Wagon Inn), which today, is the Kodak Photo Corner. It would also appear that a tour guide is standing on the corner as well. And, to answer yesterday’s “anonymous” question, not only did the photo have a goat, but a cuddly little sheep as well. Here’s the detail shot:

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Matterhorn1959 said...

Great early image. That is the design of the first tour guide outfit. And the wagon did not last very long before being moved to the Swift Market House further down Main Street.

Major Pepperidge said...

2 more great shots, thanks Dave!