“A one-story brick building stands on a street corner in this 8″ x 10” black and white acetate negative. The building has signs that read “Hinky-Dinky”. There are cars parked outside the store and streetcar tracks running through the street. “
“This 8″ x 10″ black and white acetate negative shows a large, eight-story brick building. Painted on the side of the building is: “Omaha Owned Hinky-Dinky Food Stores, Merchants Wholesale Grocery Co”. An overpass with steps leading up to it crosses the street in front of the building. There are cars parked on the right side of the street and a rail car on the left.”
Mr. Berkowitz is looking sensational for a man of 95 years. This photo was taken on a recent trip by Bob and Murray to visit Herb in Ft. Myers, FL where he’s currently residing while making plans for his future.
Is that a smile or a grimace? Looks like about 35 pounds of turkey hefting about 16. That’s ‘1.3’ there in front of 72nd & Dodge in 1960. He’d later top out at 6’5″. This is as big as the bird would get.
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