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Title: Sterick Building At Night, Memphis, Tennessee
Other Titles: Memphis, Tennessee Gateway to the South and West about 1940
Keywords: Memphis (Tenn.);Postcards;Sterick Building;Commercial buildings
Issue Date: 1940
Series/Report no.: Rhodes College Postcard Collection
Abstract: This is an image from a postcard folder of the Sterick Building in downtown Memphis, Tennessee. It opened in 1930, was once known as “the Queen of Memphis", and was the tallest building in the South. It was named for the first owners, Texans R.E. Sterling and Wyatt Hedrick.
Description: A 3x5 image from a Postcard folder
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10267/157
Appears in Collections:Rhodes College Postcard Collection

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