Black and white photo of George Terovolas inside Palace Food Market. George is standing in front of the wall and behind some wooden crates. In the crates and on the wall there are fruits and vegetables. Canned goods are stacked in the shelves on the wall above the produce. George is clean shaven, has shorter gray hair parted on his left side and is wearing a white collared shirt with a medium-colored v-neck sweater over it. He is also wearing a white bib apron. Handwritten notes along top and bottom of photo.
Courtesy of Crystella Terovolas and Tess A. Baziotes. George Terovolas was Crystella's father he lived to be 100 years old, dying in 1985. This photo was taken in the 1920's or early 30's it was the original store owned by George and his brother Alexander.
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Photograph, 1920 – 1935, Crystella and Tess's Collection, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/4054. Accessed 12/01/20.