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  • Tags: Stores & shops

Horsedrawn vehicles in front of businesses on unpaved street.

Shows jeweler's, beauty salon, and other Arvin businesses damaged by the 1952 earthquake

Men standing beside horse-drawn carriages in Austin Foster Stoner's shop; Austin Stoner is at far right. From the collection of Gaye Lenahan, great-granddaughter of Austin Foster Stoner.

Earthquake-damaged businesses on Chester Avenue, near 21st Street; includes Western-Gamble Auto Supply, Gil's Cafe, and Clinton Clothes

Dewar's Soda Fountain and Ice Cream, 1120 Eye Street, located between 11th Street and California Avenue

shows automotive shop operated by Benjamin L. Brundage, located on 18th Street; front entrance of Hotel Moronet just visible at far right

Front of picture labeled " me and my pal 'Dick,' " with full surnames included on back of photo. Several signs visible in store window behind the men.

Economy Mercantile, and other Tehachapi businesses, after the 1952 Kern County earthquake

J.C. Penney, located on Chester Avenue between 20th and 21st streets, with automobiles parked at entrance
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