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Super Coola display
Hawkins, J. Allen
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Pasadena Museum of History
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Pasadena Museum of History
Pasadena Museum of History
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A woman and a little girl stand in front of a large display of Super Coola in the Shopping Bag grocery store, on May 25, 1955. The product is a canned soft drink. While documentation provided by the photographer indicates the store was in Pasadena, on Sierra Madre Boulevard, the 1955 Pasadena City Directory lists Shopping Bag Food Stores at 2408 Lincoln Avenue, in Altadena. The store at that time was managed by Alfred Ellis. The photograph was ordered by Bud Jones for Life Magazine. The original negative was badly damaged and is no longer available.
Women's clothing--California--Altadena
Grocery shopping--California--Altadena
Grocery trade--California--Altadena
Display of merchandise
Lincoln Avenue (Altadena, Calif.)

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