259. Murphy Millinery Shop, 1897

Description: This building is unique in that it is in the shape of a parallelogram. The two story brick building has a flat roof, store front display windows across the two sides that are visible and an awning over the Millinery shop. The entrance at one end proclaims it to be Mrs. Dennis Murphy's Millinery. To the side a young boy stands on the sidewalk between the building and a pole. a Grocer's delivery wagon with horse and drive are on the right side of the picture.
Origin: 1983
Created By: Day, Stephen T.
Contributor(s): Fordyce, Jerry
Source: http://indianamemory.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16066coll24/id/792
Collection: Clark County Visual History
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Geography: 519 Spring Street (Jeffersonville, Clark County, Indiana)
Subjects: Commerce
Education
Clothing Stores
Millinery
Clark County (Indiana) -- History
Murphy, Mrs. S. J. B. (Dennis)
Hats -- Indiana -- History
Millinery Shops -- Indiana -- HIstory

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