ROCHESTER, NEW YORK
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This picture is probably from around 1960. What's striking to me is the contraption in front of the building for conveying groceries in tubs from the cash registers inside, then around that bend in the entrance and out to the front of the store, where workers would load the groceries into cars lined up to the right of those signs.
The 2001 Club was one of the most popular local spots to dance and party the night away. 2001 was part of a franchise operation that started in Pittsburgh. Rochester’s version was in Chili-Paul Plaza in the town of Chili. At 15,000 square feet, the disco was said to be the largest in the Rochester area. 2001 followed Club 747 in Henrietta, which offered a swankier alternative to neighborhood bars with dancing that called themselves discos.