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The picture features an envelope of La Esmeralda. The famous store was situated on 528 S. El Paso Street. It offered watches, jewelry and engravings.
On the envelope is written: "Factory of watches, jewelry and engraving. Selling watches and articles of gold and silver. Well stocked with imitation jewelry."

Uploaded on 03.20.2014 by El Paso Museum of History

Central / Downtown, (1920 - 1929), Business

  • downtown
  • downtown

Toni Canales Hurt is the granddaughter of the owner

This store was in Segundo Barrio of El Paso, TX circa 1925.

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