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11208-11210 S. St. Lawrence Ave.Image No. 11643

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11208-11210 S. St. Lawrence Ave.

Joseph Guest emmigrated from Dublin, Ireland in 1910 and moved to Pullman. He worked as a chef and manager of the Pullman Executives Club on 111th Street and lived in the carriage house (no longer in existence) behind the club. He purchased the house to the right of this image in 1912 and built the bakery/grocery store in 1916. Man in front of the building is Mr. Guest. View of bakery with delivery truck parked in front. This non-Beman building was built in the backyard of corner house, later a boat shop, and later (1947-1980), Bob`s Sugar Bowl, a soda fountain.

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Title  11208-11210 S. St. Lawrence Ave.
Description  Joseph Guest emmigrated from Dublin, Ireland in 1910 and moved to Pullman. He worked as a chef and manager of the Pullman Executives Club on 111th Street and lived in the carriage house (no longer in existence) behind the club. He purchased the house to the right of this image in 1912 and built the bakery/grocery store in 1916. Man in front of the building is Mr. Guest. View of bakery with delivery truck parked in front. This non-Beman building was built in the backyard of corner house, later a boat shop, and later (1947-1980), Bob`s Sugar Bowl, a soda fountain.
Subjects  Pullman_Town;
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Date  -00-00
Format  Photograph (all forms)
Identifier  7449: PVM:fbsugarbowl.jpg
Rights  The Pullman State Historic Site provides reproductions of items from its collections for personal or research use. If an image is to be reproduced in any type of publication or on the web, written permission is required and use fees may be assessed. Digitization of some of the items in this collection was developed pursuant to a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant awarded by the Illinois State Library, an Office of the Secretary of State using funds provided by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act.
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