Owl Drug Store, Kansas City, Missouri


285. Owl Drug Store, Kansas City, Mo.
Published: Edward J. Mitchel, San Francisco
c.1903

The Owl Drug Company was an American drugstore retailer with its headquarters in San Francisco.[1] It was a subsidiary of Rexall stores[2] at its peak in the 1920s through 1940s. The founder of the Owl Drug Company was Richard Elgin Miller, R.E. Miller. The company sold medicines and pills, and later ventured into cosmetics, perfumes, and other goods.
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Photo of exterior

Street View–approximate location at 12th & Walnut

Montague Bridgman Ltd, Victoria

A portion of the main floor from the Cup and Saucer Gallery

Montague Bridgman Ltd.
“The Wedgwood Shop”
811 Government Street
Victoria, B.C. Canada.

Montague Bridgman Ltd.
More than 100 open stock patterns of English China, by Minton, Wedgwood, Royal Doulton, and other famous names
North America’s largest selection of Wedgwood.
Royal Doulton figurines — Cups and Saucers
Fine Crystal Distinctive Gifts.

1960s

Street View (exterior (Hop on Hop Off))