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TITLE: La Duna Cafe -- On U.S. 12 -- 5 miles west of Michigan City, Indiana
DATE: 1955
PUBLISHER: National Press, Inc.

POSTMARK: March 23, 1955, Dearborn, Michigan
COLLECTION: S. Shook
 

TITLE: Gielow's Grocery
DATE: circa 1960s
PUBLISHER: unknown
POSTMARK: not applicable
COLLECTION: M. Fleming
REMARK: Gielow's Grocery was located at the northeast corner of the intersection of present day Brown Road and US Highway 12.
 

TITLE: Interior of Gielow's Grocery
DATE: circa 1960s
PUBLISHER: unknown
POSTMARK: not applicable
COLLECTION: M. Fleming
REMARK: Gielow's Grocery was located at the northeast corner of the intersection of present day Brown Road and US Highway 12.
 

TITLE: Gingham Inn, U. S. Hwy 12, 4 mi. west of Michigan City, Ind.
DATE: circa 1935
PUBLISHER: unknown (#38859)
POSTMARK: unknown
COLLECTION: S. Shook

TITLE: Al & Sally's Motel. On U.S. 12 - 3 Miles west of Michigan City. Air Conditioned - Beautyrest Beds - Tubs & Showers in Ceramic Tile Bathrooms - Phone in Rooms - FREE 21" Television in Each Unit. Phone: TR 2-9131. Al & Sally Nastoff, Props.
DATE: circa 1965
PUBLISHER: Martin Strefling, Colourpicture Publishers, Inc. (#P32175)
POSTMARK: unknown
COLLECTION: S. Shook
 

TITLE: Al & Sally's Motel, On west U. S. 12, Michigan City, Indiana
DATE: circa 1955
PUBLISHER: unknown
POSTMARK: unknown
COLLECTION: M. Fleming
 

TITLE: Vernier China Co., U. S. 20 at Pines cut-off - Michigan City, Ind
DATE: 1936
PUBLISHER: Curt Teich (#D-4426)
POSTMARK: none
COLLECTION: S. Shook
REMARK: Reverse of this postcard is to the right.
The Vernier China Company was owned by Glenn and Eva (Fagley) Vernier. It is believed that the shop opened in 1936. Glenn Vernier died about 1966 at which time the business was taken over by his son Robert and perhaps his daughter Pauline (Mrs. George Schlundt), both of whom lived in Michigan City, Indiana. Robert died in 1976. It is believed that Robert's eldest son, James, then ran the company.
 

TITLE: For Discriminating Buyers. Gifts. For All Occasions. Do not fail to visit Vernier China Co. Fine china and glassware (Black Night and Haviland China). Finest display of Cambridge hand-made glassware and imported and domestic dinnerware and novelties in the United States. We invite you. Route 20 - 16 miles east of Gary. Open daily 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
DATE: 1936
PUBLISHER: Curt Teich (#D-4426)
POSTMARK: none
COLLECTION: S. Shook
REMARK: Front of this postcard is to the left.
The Vernier China Company was owned by Glenn and Eva (Fagley) Vernier. It is believed that the shop opened in 1936. Glenn Vernier died about 1966 at which time the business was taken over by his son Robert and perhaps his daughter Pauline (Mrs. George Schlundt), both of whom lived in Michigan City, Indiana. Robert died in 1976. It is believed that Robert's eldest son, James, then ran the company.
 

TITLE: Vernier China Company, Fine China and Glassware, on U.S. 20, four miles west of Michigan City, Ind. Haviland, Syracuse Fine China. 150 Patterns, Open Stock American Dinnerwear. Cambridge Hand Made Glasswear. Gifts for All Occasions. Visitors Welcome Any Time. Open Daily Including Sunday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mail Address: Michigan City, Ind.
DATE: 1940
PUBLISHER: Curt Teich (#0B-H2058)
POSTMARK: none
REMARK:
The Vernier China Company was owned by Glenn and Eva (Fagley) Vernier. It is believed that the shop opened in 1936. Glenn Vernier died about 1966 at which time the business was taken over by his son Robert and perhaps his daughter Pauline (Mrs. George Schlundt), both of whom lived in Michigan City, Indiana. Robert died in 1976. It is believed that Robert's eldest son, James, then ran the company.
 

TITLE: Vernier China Company, Fine China and Glassware, on U.S. 20, four miles west of Michigan City, Ind. Haviland, Syracuse Fine China. 150 Patterns, Open Stock American Dinnerwear. Cambridge Hand Made Glasswear. Gifts for All Occasions. Visitors Welcome Any Time. Open Daily 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. Mail Address: Michigan City, Ind.
DATE: 1948
PUBLISHER: Curt Teich (#8B-H171)
POSTMARK: none
The Vernier China Company was owned by Glenn and Eva (Fagley) Vernier. It is believed that the shop opened in 1936. Glenn Vernier died about 1966 at which time the business was taken over by his son Robert and perhaps his daughter Pauline (Mrs. George Schlundt), both of whom lived in Michigan City, Indiana. Robert died in 1976. It is believed that Robert's eldest son, James, then ran the company.
 

COLLECTION: S. Shook

TITLE: Vernier China Company
DATE: 1948
PUBLISHER: Retail Merchants Association, Chesterton, Indiana (1948)
POSTMARK: not applicable
COLLECTION: S. Shook
The Vernier China Company was owned by Glenn and Eva (Fagley) Vernier. It is believed that the shop opened in 1936. Glenn Vernier died about 1966 at which time the business was taken over by his son Robert and perhaps his daughter Pauline (Mrs. George Schlundt), both of whom lived in Michigan City, Indiana. Robert died in 1976. It is believed that Robert's eldest son, James, then ran the company.
 

TITLE: Blackhawk Motel
DATE: circa 1962
PUBLISHER: unknown
POSTMARK: unknown
COLLECTION: M. Fleming
 

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