Picture of an old pool hall...

ugotactionTX

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I love these . North Carolina 1940's
 

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DaveM

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Nice pics, thanks for posting. I like the Orange Crush sign/scorekeeper?
 

beetle

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Nice pics. I always thought that using an apostrophe for plurals was a new phenomenon associated with the internet and laziness, but I guess it's been going on for decades.
 

livemusic

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Nice pics. I always thought that using an apostrophe for plurals was a new phenomenon associated with the internet and laziness, but I guess it's been going on for decades.

Good catch. Just bad spelling lol.
 

jimmyco

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Nice pics. I always thought that using an apostrophe for plurals was a new phenomenon associated with the internet and laziness, but I guess it's been going on for decades.

The bottom broke off that sign. The part that said "playing field".
 

Cuebuddy

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The dude sitting on the curb may have not been welcome in that room back in the day. I am glad things are different now. Cool photo, I also search that and other sites for old photos.

Thanks for the pic.:cool:
 

Dead Money

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The dude sitting on the curb may have not been welcome in that room back in the day. I am glad things are different now. Cool photo, I also search that and other sites for old photos.

Thanks for the pic.:cool:

Great catch. So focused on the table I didn't even think to look out the window.
 

garczar

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Table brand.....??

Anybody know what kind of table these cats are playin' on?? Don't think its a Brunswick.
 

forabeer

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Anybody know what kind of table these cats are playin' on?? Don't think its a Brunswick.


99% sure its a "Better Mass-Made Equipment Table"

The leg construction is IDENTICAL to mine.

They were made in Kinston, North Carolina and were 10 cent coin tables.

Could be wrong but was excited to see the table in this thread.
 

forabeer

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And an interesting side note, (and more reason to believe the brand of table),
mine came with the EXACT brand of talc dispenser as in pic#2.


Very cool.
 

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garczar

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And an interesting side note, (and more reason to believe the brand of table),
mine came with the EXACT brand of talc dispenser as in pic#2.


Very cool.
I'd love to have that OrangeCrush sign. I grew-up drinkin' those and Grapettes.
 
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