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Hokey Pokey Man.
Depicts a street vendor, with a wagon drawn by a donkey and protected by a striped awning, dispensing his wares to two young boys. Includes horse drawn carts in the background. The awning of The James Bell Co. is also visible in the background., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount., Slide number 41.

Looking up Market St. from Front.
Wagons, trolleys and pedestrians crowd the street and sidewalks in front of the shops along the north side of Market Street, west of Front Street. Names of businesses are painted on signboards along the block. Visible names include F. Frenzell, Vance & Co. and Coates Bros. Wool. A cigar shop occupies the southwest corner lot in the foreground., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount.

Old houses, N. side of Locust near 5th St.
Depicts a row of old dwellings and businesses along the north side of Locust Street, near Fifth Street, including a grocer (left) and L. Bernhardt, tailor, at 241. Includes the back of a delivery wagon, a partial view of a carriage (right) and a single pedestrian passing a row of barrels on the sidewalk., Photographer's imprint printed on mount., Title and date given in manuscript on mount.