Businesses, After World War II, in Erlanger, Kentucky
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Mrs. Juenkine at her Candy Store,
Dixie Highway at Vine, c. 1947
Edward A. Cooper's Appliances
422 Dixie Highway, Erlanger

 

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Doc's Place Erlanger, Kentucky
Known from Coast to Coast for Good Home-cooked Foods
Located Ten Miles South of Cincinnati, Ohio on U.S. 25 and 42
Phone: Dixie 9600
S. D. "Doc" Edwards' Obituary is here

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The Kentucky Independent Warehouse
 could hold up to 400,000 pounds
 of tobacco.  This is an AP wire
photo from 1965.
Chester Dryer's Gateway Grill

 

Frisch's

Frisch's

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Albers Grocery Store,
3104 Dixie
Dairy Queen
(Dixie Heights in the
background), 3042 Dixie
Shell Station, later Corky's
Shell, 3098 Dixie
the original Mickey D's
in Erlanger
All four of these were taken May 30, 1954

 

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Big Bob's Restaurant, later known
as the Dixie Airliner.  You most
likely know it  as The Round Up, 
May 30, 1954
Metropolitan Aluminum Company
819-821 Dixie Highway, Erlanger

 

Hagedorn's Hagedorn's Hagedorn's
Hagedorn and Sons Appliances

 

 

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Telephone Exchange Building
on Erlanger Road
Erlanger Hardware,
 On Dixie near Graves
Wimsatt & Keupel Auto Sales,
Kentaboo and Dixie

 

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Erlanger Motors, c. 1955 Employees at Mac Fisk's
Service Station

 

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Joe Michel's Service Body Shop
51 Dixie Highway, Erlanger
Brophy's Insurance and Real Estate
4444 Dixie at Kentaboo

 

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Putt Putt, 3139 Dixie Highway, 1964
next to China Town

 

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Dixie Chili, circa 1970 - W. corner of Bartlett & Dixie
(ever notice what a fine line there is between history and nostalgia?)

 

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Aerial Views of the Crestview Mall, the forerunner of the
Crestview Hills Town Center, and a successor of the
planned, but never-built Dixieland Shopping Center

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We're indebted to the Erlanger Historical Society for many of the pictures you see here.  Thanks, folks.

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