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Don Boyd | all galleries >> Memories of Old Hialeah, Old Miami and Old South Florida Photo Galleries - largest non-Facebook collection on the internet >> 1950 to 1959 Miami Area Historical Photos Gallery - click on image to view > 1951 - Filers Hardware store on the southwest corner of NW 7 Avenue and 95 Street, Miami
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1951 - Filers Hardware store on the southwest corner of NW 7 Avenue and 95 Street, Miami
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1951 - Filers Hardware store on the southwest corner of NW 7 Avenue and 95 Street, Miami

Southwest corner of NW 7th Avenue and 95th Street


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Guest 15-Jan-2011 07:08
Oops... I'm wrong. Never mind that!
Guest 15-Jan-2011 07:06
Based on the look of the structures at that intersection today, I'd say that building was on the NW corner... Now going by Slashers Printing Center, I believe.
Larry Schattle 09-Nov-2010 21:58
The awning at the back corner of Filers was the entrance to Reddish's barber shop .Had my hair cut there from the late 40's till the early 50's .
Don Boyd20-Aug-2010 07:09
Okay, if someone named Hilsenbeck says it was on the southwest corner after Kinseeker says so then it has to be right and I have changed the description. Thank you to both of you. : )

Don
J Hilsenbeck 20-Aug-2010 01:15
Kinseeker is correct. Filer's was on the SW corner of NW 7th Avenue and 95th Street. I passed it going to North Shore Hospital. Filer's was on the left as I crossed NW 7th Avenue traveling west on 95th Street.
Don Boyd26-Apr-2010 01:36
You could be right, kinseeker. I don't know where the NW came from but I may have a way of finding out in the future.

Don
kinseeker26-Apr-2010 01:24
Wasn't Filer's on the SW corner of 7th and 95th?
Jeff 17-Sep-2007 20:36
In the late 1960's or early 1970's, my dear friend Al Eckhardt (1929-2005) of Allied Signs relocated his shop from NW 12th Avenue and 54th Street to a retail space in the back of Filer's. He stayed there until becoming semi-retired, moving his shop to a rear garage at his home (where he continued to work until his passing)...

A truly talented sign painted of the "old school", he's missed by many...