Posting ceiling prices. A poster shows ceilings in hardware stores. The General Maximum Price Regulation lists the cost-of-living commodities which storekeepers must display. They include a representative line of merchandise, such as ...

Hardware stores

Posting ceiling prices. Hardware stores find that a poster or sign tacked up on shelves displaying paints and similar goods on the cost-of-living list is often the easiest way to display the ...

Fuel oil conservation. Caulking is a useful trick John Citizen has learned. In brick, stone, or stucco houses, there may be small openings between the outside walls and the windows and door ...

Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. Stores of electric dealers I

NY Hardware and Furniture Co., Monroe, Louisiana

510 Central Avenue (Commercial Building), Ridgely, Caroline County, MD

Hardware & General Store, C Street, Virginia City, Storey County, NV

P. D. Shupe Hardware Store, 202 Point Street, Saltsburg, Indiana County, PA

Architectural drawings for alterations to a grocery and hardware store ("Carr Bros. and Boswell"), 71 Maryland Avenue, Hyattsville, Maryland

Interior view of historic Harrison Brothers Hardware, located on South Side Square, Huntsville, Alabama

Historic Harrison Brothers Hardware, located on South Side Square, Huntsville, Alabama

Model of historic Harrison Brothers Hardware, located on South Side Square, Huntsville, Alabama

The Placerville Hardware in the gold-country mining town of Placerville in California's Sierra Nevada Mountains

The C.J. Richardson Hardware Building in Marlinton, West Virginia

Display inside Flint's Hardware, Batesville, Mississippi's oldest store, founded in 1889

Arlington Hardware

[Hardware store, managed by Mr. Clarence Y. Martin, father of Glenn L. Martin, in the early days of Liberal, Kansas]

County Hardware, business in Town and Country Shopping Center, Stamford, Connecticut. General view

County Hardware, business in Town and Country Shopping Center, Stamford, Connecticut. Window detail

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