The rest of the block. The Eustis building lasted into the late 70s, but I don't remember any of these stores. Doubtful that Wormser Hats survived the LBJ administration, perhaps because it sounds like something you'd wear while searching for bait after a rainstorm. Williams Bar wasn't shy about its virtues: you could start getting hammered for 40 cents, and continue on that merry trajectory for the same low, low price.

Note the "Gold Bond" and "SuperValu" signs on the bus - both are still around, in a way. SuperValu remains a locally-based national supermarket chain, and Gold Bond morphed into the gigantic Carlson company.