The Weekly Record
Silver Bell, Arizona
We found this small storefront in our reference town of Silver Bell, Arizona. Like many retail buildings there, it features a cut stone front and native stone sides and rear. It is in ruins now but we do know that at one time it was a printing office.
It is a common type of storefront that appeared in America's small towns around the turn of the century where stone was available as a building material. You may use it to house many Main Street enterprises.
(Description from the original Main Street Heritage site)
We've lettered our print shop as the "Sentinel Printing Company." Signs are included for both the Sentinel Printing Company and original name of The Weekly Record.
• Length: 4 1/8"
• Width: 3"
This kit features:
• Cast resin part for easy assembly
• Laser cut window glazing
• Simple step by step instructions
• Proudly made in the USA
This kit contains small parts and is not intended for small children.
The kit is complete with instructions. The packaging does not yet have a label.
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