|Object Name||Negative, Film|
|Photographer||Flamm, Herbert A.|
|Date||September 13, 1952|
|Collection||Herbert A. Flamm Photograph Collection|
Original B&W film negative. Street scene; front view of a store with large sign "MAYFLOWER". Sign at top of building: "LEO BUILDING". Store windows display clothing; women and children walk on the sidewalk in front of the building. A Woolworth's store is partially visible at left. One car is parked at left side of image. Part of a Lerner shop is visible on the right.
(Keywords: Automobile, Twentieth Century, New York)
|Film Size||8 x 10|
|Acquisition||Gift of Herbert A. Flamm|
|Ownership and History||
The Mayflower store was located at 114 Richmond Avenue, Port Richmond.
A native of Staten Island, Herbert A. Flamm was an active community leader as well as a prolific commercial photographer. Clients such as the Board of Transportation, the Richmond Poster Company, and owners of family businesses hired Mr. Flamm to document local stores and street scenes. The Staten Island Historical Society owns more than 7,000 of Mr. Flamm’s original film negatives.
Clothing & dress
|Lexicon Sub-category||Documentary Artifact|
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