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BACK IN TIME: 1941 Corn Palace Festival display
Mitchell South Dakota 120 South Lawler 57301

Shown is a Corn Palace Festival display sponsored by Rozum Motors in 1941, showing the new Ford vehicles for the year. Rozum Motors (shown on the right) was located at Main Street and Fifth Avenue (northeast corner). In front of the tent is a Ford half-ton pickup, a Ford coupe and a Ford sedan. The tall building behind the tent is the Salvation Army building, which is still standing but is now empty. The last business to occupy it was Jitter’s Coffee Shop. To the left of that is the Corn Palace. (Photo courtesy of the Mitchell Area Historical Society)

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