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Three men in the entrance to J. F. Miller blacksmith shop in Sebastopol, about 1880s to 1890s
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Photo--black and white: The J. F. Miller blacksmith shop in Sebastopol circa 1880s to 1890s. Three men stand in the entrance to the shop. The center man wears a three-piece suit and may be the owner. The signs advertise practical horseshoers, general blacksmith and plow points ground. Sign painted by Corts. Per Harold Pellini the store was located at the current location of Sebastopol Auto Body at 351 Petaluma Avenue( formerly Chiaroni Dodge Plymouth).
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