Manhart Store interior, Plum Avenue, Sedalia, Colorado. circa 1911. Photographer unknown. Source: Douglas County History Research Center.
Shelves and counters are filled with items for sale. The floors and ceiling of the room are wooden. Items for sale include graham crackers, cans of tobacco flour, Lindquist Crackers, sugar, tea, and coffee. A young man (Winfield Manhart) stands behind the counter near the cash register wearing a white shirt and dark pants.
Interior view of Manhart Store. Shelves and counters are filled with items for sale. On the right of the photograph, the boxes for the Sedalia Post Office are in the foreground. A sign for the Ford Motor Cars is in the center of the print. The floors and ceiling of the room are wooden. Two men stand behind the counters on either side of the room. A woman in a long dress and gloves is standing on the other (public) side of the counter.