(80) 411 – 413 Main Street

411-413 Main"Carstensens built the two-story brick for a home upstairs and grocery and meat market downstairs. George Sauter bought out Mrs. Carstensen and Ed Gernsey (Gernsey's Cash Food Shop) bought from Sauter. Harkins followed Gernsey. The room was next used for a Laundromat, then Sanz Electric shop. Ruchti's had their paint and paper store there. It is now the Hobart Gazette office."

Images (links open in a new window):
This post includes a photo of the interior of George Sauter's grocery store.
Another undated view of the interior of the Sauter grocery, and yet another, this one with George himself standing at left. (At this point I know only enough to date these sometime between 1919 and 1929.)
♦ A Sauter delivery truck parked on Main Street, in front of the store.
♦ The Hobart Launderette in July 1947.

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