([Sammons & Trout Grocery], ca. 1896, photographer unknown. Courtesy of Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District. Image Number: 001-2096.)

Two men wearing white aprons pose in doorway of small wood frame building with sign “Grocries [sic] & Meat Market, Sammons & Trout Prop.” Other hand-printed signs read “Fresh Fish” and “Sweet, Mixed and Sour Pickles.” Small child is sitting on front step holding on to apron of man on right.

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