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ACCESSION NUMBER   976:0021:0140
CATEGORY   Business, Retail
SUBCATEGORY   Food store
TITLE   IGA Grocery
DESCRIPTION   Interior view of IGA Grocery (International Grocer's Association), located across from Beynon's shop, in Corpus Christi, Texas. A man in a white apron and cap stands behind a check-out counter in front of a large calculating machine with tape. Two additional men in business attire stand to the right. The man in the center holds a cigar between his fingers. A woman can be seen in the rear of the store. This store sold Nestlé, Nueces, and IGA coffee, Wrigley's gum for 5¢, Lillian Russell cigars, Imperial sugar, Baby Ruth candy bars, and Fair-Maid sliced bread. A poster on the wooden bin holding loaves of French bread advertises oyster stew made with Borden's milk.
SUBJECT   Consumers. (lctgm)
Grocers. (lctgm)
Grocery stores. (lctgm)
Interiors. (lctgm)
Men. (lcsh)
Self-service stores. (lcsh)
United States--Texas--Corpus Christi. (lcsh)
Women. (lcsh)