About a month ago, we were down in Carrboro, NC looking at the Weaver Street
cooperative food store. I took photos of a few other buildings in town
that seemed like former grocery stores to me, but other than my
impressions, I have no reason to believe they ever were.
This location is the top right star. Image from Google Maps.
particular building looked to me like a 1920s-era food store, maybe a
general store. It's almost definitely a 1920s-era building.
The building with the white facade is reminiscent of grocery/general stores
of the 1920s, don't you think? Especially with the higher center
section on the facade. The awning is also the right style, although
The building, which is located at 309 E Main St, is now Surplus Sid's, a junk military surplus, antique, and general merchandise store. Inside, it's hard to tell what it may have been in the past.