|Downtown Hallock nearly a century ago...|
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Right/South side of street: Taft's Cafe, Bank, Dentist, The Womans Shop
|Ad in back of 1943 Uof M |
Crookston 'Aggie' yearbook
At crossing, mid-street: "Keep to the Right" sign
On left, a men climbs a ladder to do some work, perhaps remove a window
Below him a pedestrian is about to step up onto the modern sidewalks (although streets still appear to be dirt, no gravel or paving)
Further back, another pedestrian hurries across to avoid the approaching automobile, caught in a blur by the photographer.
Electrical cables overhead, and street lights. Haphazard parking indicates early automobile age was somewhat casual on the rules - looks like somewhere between parallel and diagonal!