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(Photo: Public Domain

File:1922 Detroit store.jpg

Created: 31 December 1921

Polish-American grocery, 1922, Detroit, Michigan.

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Smykowski Bros. Grocery, 1922, located 31st and Herbert Street, Detroit. This is a reduced-resolution photo scanned from original. On the left is Leo Smykowski in the center is Stefan Smykowski, the person on the right is unknown. The Smykowskis, Polish immigrants, ran three stores in Detroit, the last one closed in the early 1970s. Another photo of Leo can be seen at Excelsior Motor Manufacturing & Supply Company. His son, Marion, can be seen in a photo loading airmail.)

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