Red McDaniel and Paul Fletcher, employees of Smithers Sign Co., put up a new Rite Aid Pharmacy sign on  April 28, 1988, at the former Begley drugstore in Imperial Shopping Center on Waller Avenue in Lexington.
Red McDaniel and Paul Fletcher, employees of Smithers Sign Co., put up a new Rite Aid Pharmacy sign on April 28, 1988, at the former Begley drugstore in Imperial Shopping Center on Waller Avenue in Lexington. staff
Red McDaniel and Paul Fletcher, employees of Smithers Sign Co., put up a new Rite Aid Pharmacy sign on April 28, 1988, at the former Begley drugstore in Imperial Shopping Center on Waller Avenue in Lexington. staff

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