|Title||Bill Lescohier in front of Davy Crockett sign on Throckmorton Avenue, 1965|
|Type of Object||Print, Photographic|
Bill Lescohier at 1 1/2 years old in front an ad for Davy Crockett 5 cent cigars at 120 Throckmorton Ave. The ad was uncovered when the adjacent building was torn down in order to build the phone company building in 1965. The sign is still there as of 2011 but out of sight behind a building. Included with this photo is a note written by the donor with information about the photo.
|Physical Description||1 photographic print, color, 3.5" x 3.5"|
|Site Name||120 Throckmorton Avenue|
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|Site #||Throckmorton Avenue (120)|