The Imperial Cafe
8229 Oak street, New Orleans, “All tables and chairs that were in saleable condition, two electric fans, an electrical music machine, seven-tube radio, cash register and a prize machine were seized.”
“Dry Agents Take Fixtures as New Policy Prevails: Tables, Chairs, and Other Articles Are Seized at Cafe.” The Times Picayune [New Orleans]. 15 March 1932: 15. Print.
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