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Jack Allison’s tire store, 2005 (now)
Jack Allison’s tire store, located across from The Coffee Shop, was a thriving business in the mid-1950s when the then photo is believed to have been taken. Allison, right, sold the establishment in 1971 to current owner Paul Hall, 76, who has worked at the tire company since he was 15 with the exception of his military service. Hall, who still operates Hall’s Tire Service, said he can’t remember when the shed at right was torn down. These days, Hall said he mostly repairs smaller tires, such as lawn mowers and wheelbarrows. Hall still uses a tire-welder that’s a holdover from Allison’s, and said he thinks it’s one of only a few still in use. – Herald file photo (then) and Herald photo by Nick Breedlove. Originally published Nov. 10, 2005.Main Street, Showing ZCMI Building
ZCMI (America's First Department Store) is gone. The ZCMI (Zions Cooperative Mercantile Institution) stores were sold to Meier & Frank stores out of the NorthWest. They were part of the Federated Department Stores that were later acquired by May Company. The flagship store in downtown Salt Lake was torn down in 2007-2008 to make way for a new shopping center. Hand written message on reverse of card: "To: Mr. A. B. Ullesy, Denver, Colo, 1605 Larimer Street, Room 6 Dear A.B. I am on my way to dear old D, and hard work. will see you in few days. Tired and feeling punk. Best regard to all yours. H.W.A.
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