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“Oh Mom! Here Comes the Omar Man”

Beginning in the early-1900s to as late as the 1970s in most locations in the US, the automobile and later the motor truck were used for home delivery of baked goods, groceries, milk products, and other commodities. In the Midwest, the Omar Baking Co. opened for business in Omaha, Nebraska in 1923 when William Coad constructed a building…

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Detroit Michigan: Grand River Avenue Street Scene

Today’s circa 1965 feature image shot from above the intersection of Grand River Avenue in Detroit, Michigan with another thoroughfare contains relatively heavy traffic. The Avenue heads in a northwesterly direction from the center of downtown Detroit, and travels for seventy-five miles ending in the City of Williamston, Michigan. Some of the newest automobiles in the scene…

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