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The article discusses the history of the A. Schwab family business, the building's history, the merchandise that is sold at the store, and the various archival items in A. Schwab Collection.

The item is a blank order form for A. Schwab Trading Co.

The photograph is of a "100 Years on Beale St." banner that was hanging in the storefront window of A. Schwab Trading Co.

The item is a black and white photograph that is of a young male wearing boxing gloves. On the front of the photograph the male has been labeled "Eddie." One the back of the photograph Morris Goldstein has written, "Do you remember him? This was…

The photograph is of a crowd in front of A. Schwab Trading Co. located on 163 Beale St. Memphis, Tenn.

The photograph is dated June 1922 before the store's expansion into 165 Beale St., which housed a Piggly Wiggly.

The Harahan Bridge, named in honor of the former Illinois Central Railroad executive James Theodore Harahan, is a cantilevered through truss bridge that carried two rail lines across the Mississippi River between West Memphis, Arkansas and Memphis,…

Photograph of A. Schwab store front on 163 Beale St. advertising a sample sale. Four individuals are in the photograph and are unidentified.

The four-page health and beauty booklet is an instructional guide written for women on how to use six different Schwab's Nature Beauty-Aids in a five-step beauty routine. Additionally, the booklet describes Schwab's Nature Beauty-Aids and provides…

The metal plate used to create advertisements for short coats, suits, dresses, hats, and pants.

Included is a reverse image to increase legibility.

A metal plate used to create advertisements for bargain booth specials on the second floor.

Included is a reverse image to increase legibility.
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