Tommy’s Produce

Tommy's Produce Stand, run by the Inouye family, was one of several businesses located in the Sanitary Public Market, 1108-14 Market St., in 1922. The Sanitary Public Market, designed by architects Heath & Gove, was constructed in 1917 for $20,000. There downtown residents could shop for fish, local produce, coffee, and baked goods. Tommy's Produce Stand had fresh corn, celery, cauliflower, home-grown tomatoes and melons on sale on this particular September day in 1922.

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