Workers stand in front of the Mineral Point Laundry; a placard in the window advertises a "Night School" that teaches Bookkeeping. This stone building is longer extant; it was located between the William Lanyon building at 121 Commerce and the James Polkinghorn building at 111 Commerce. (2010 addresses.)
Stone buildings; Laundresses; Storefronts;
Stone buildings; Vernacular Architecture; Workers;
Commerce Street Buildings; Mineral Point Businesses;
Mineral Point Historical Society;
Glass Plate Negative Collection;
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