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Four unidentified men pose by the building's entrance. The store windows advertise "American Field and Hog Fencing: For Sale Here" and "The Two Johns". This is became the location of Danny Foster's in 1986.
Hinton's oldest store doing business under the same trade name. Noted as one of West Virginia's finest men's stores. In 1952, the HUB Clothing Co. opened its doors for business in a room on 3rd Avenue.
Interior of the store located on Temple St. A crowd of people shuffle through the store and examine the products for sale. Subjects unidentified.
Interior of the store located on Temple St. A crowd looks through the store to examine products for sale. Subjects unidentified.
Gentleman third from the left is identified as "Punchy" Neely. The rest are unidentified. Interior of the store located on Temple Street.
Employees pose inside the store located on Temple Street. Subject unidentified.
Building located on Temple Street and between 2nd and 3rd Avenues.
The building is located in what is today the Alderson Shumate Building. Woman is Elizabeth Heatwell, who worked in this bakery. Subjects unidentified.
The building, located on Temple Street, is home to many stores including Dr. Abott's Dentisttry (pictured on the right) and a drug store (pictured on the left). Alderson-Shumate Bootery pictured in the center.
The building, home to the Alderson-Shumate Bootery, is located on Temple Street. Dr. Abbott dentistry pictured on right.
Inside the store located on the corner of 3rd Avenue, between Ballengee and Temple streets. Employees behind the counter are identified, from left to right, as Lorene Jones, an unidentified man, Mary Eades, and Maycle Scott who is the mother of Jack Scott.
Looking at the store's entrance located on 3rd Avenue.
View of the store's entrance located beside Doyle's Market of 3rd Avenue.
View of the store's entrance located on 3rd Avenue.
Street view of the store located on Ballengee Street.
Shanklin holds two babies in front of a "Shanklin for Sheriff" campaign sign. His store was located on Second Avenue.
A group of men sit on the deck of what was the first store to be built in Hinton. Located in the Avis section of the cit, the building is now where the Sears Rosebuck parking lot is today.
A woman and her children stand outside of the building beside three men. The building is located on Third Avenue. A sign on the entrance-way advertises Fels-Naptha soap. Subjects unidentified.
From left to right is the Hardware Store, Bell Telephone Business Office, Watt's Studio, and Sutherland Jewelry on 3rd Avenue. The store owners and clerks pose outside of their respective places. Subjects unidentified.
Parker stands behind the store counter.