Title: The Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy, SW corner of 9th and Market, Viewgram postcard
Catalog Number: 2017.054.0001
Date (Years): 1951-1960, 1961-1970
Viewgram postcard entitled “The Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy.” Image consists of a white man in a light colored suit with his right leg bent and his foot resting on a box. Crouching at the man’s feet is an African American man wearing khaki pants and a striped shirt. He has a cloth in his hands and is shining the man’s shoe while looking towards the camera. The picture was taken at the southwest corner of 9th and Market Streets. Peoples Credit Clothes and Reliable Loan Office are in the background.
The postcard has not been mailed.
Viewgram postcard. Bartone, Box175, Amarillo, Texas, Made in the U.S.A. 1-24455
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