Earhart to Tulane Avenue
|I've divided Carrollton Avenue into sections. Links to other
sections are included at the bottom of this page.
|Jim's Fried Chicken and Jerry's Fried Chicken restaurants, next door
to each other, near Palmetto Street, 1950; below, a closer look.
|Continuing the chicken theme, Selby's Poultry Market,
1941; notice the Dr. Nut soft drink sign.
|Waldo Burton Memorial Home for Boys, above, about 1930; below, 2013.|
|3600 block of S. Carrollton, strip mall with Kogos Bros. Seafood, Harry's Shoe Store, Tip Top Shoe Service, a laundromat and McKenzie's Bakery; above and directly below, about 1950; second photo below, the site as it looks today.|
|The same shopping strip can be seen to the left in the photo below, with the sign on the right announcing that a new K&B Drugstore would soon be built.|
|3600 block, across the street from above, shopping square included Staurtz Sporting Goods, Morgan & Lindsey's and A&P foodstore; 1940's.|
|Photo above and two photos below, 3500 S. Carrollton:
Top, early 1940's; middle, late 1940's; bottom, today.
|Aerial view of the "new" Carrollton Shopping Center, 1964.|
|The link to this page is:
Carrollton Avenue: Oak Street to Earhart Avenue
Carrollton Avenue: Tulane Avenue to City Park
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