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Constan Groceries (81 Cannon Street)


B&W photograph (scan) of 81 Cannon Street (Constantine Groceries), corner view of the building. Christmas trees and men line the sidewalk in front of the store. Cars parked in front. Photo is captioned [name in Greek] / Constan Groceries / Dec. 12, 1931.

Per Old Codgers Charleston Address Book, appears to have had a history of being a corner grocery in the 20th century: 1901-1910 J. Henry Dreyer, grocer; 1920 K. F. Karast, business; 1930 Aotonio Contontino [sic], ftuits; 1940-1960 Demetre Grocery Store / Peter Demetre; 1960 Cannon Electronics; 1970s Demetre's Grocery; 1980 Murry & Middleton Meats; 1990 Vacant.