File 16 - Tobacco shop: interior.

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Tobacco shop: interior.

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1 photograph : b&w ; 20 x 26 cm.

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Photo shows interior of Strum Brother's Tobacco and Barber, with five men, a spittoon, a stuffed raccoon, and a moose head. John Simpson is on the far right in his firefighter uniform. As well, a print of Seagram's King's Plate winners is visible in the top right corner. John Simpson is listed as a member of the Waterloo Fire Department in the 1913 Vernon Directory, but does not appear in the 1927 directory.
Strum Brothers Tobacco and Barber shop located on King Street in Waterloo just south of the railway tracks in 1913 Vernon Directory.

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Original at Waterloo Public Library.

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Published in: Waterloo: an illustrated history / by Ken Mclaughlin, 1990, p. 34 with note "Courtesy, Waterloo Pulic Library."

This photo is also in the Seagram fonds.

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