At a time when “shanks mare” was used rather more, and was more dependable than other forms of transport, we can be sure that Dr. Scholl’s devices and treatments were a Godsend? Mr. Cahill’s shop on Barronstrand Street in Waterford shows a fine array of products, but also shows a great series of buildings reflected therein.
+++ UPDATE +++
Argument raged (in our usual friendly fashion) as to the exact location of this shop on Barronstrand Street, Waterford. Input from our roving Waterford Correspondent in California, Paul O'Farrell
, helped Niall McAuley
in this regard. Meanwhile, there are more Dr. Scholl’s foot products in this shop window than you could shake a walking stick at. Only you'd never need a walking stick again with all of these “Foot Comfort Appliances”. Bunion reducer, anyone? Or could we interest you in a Toe Flex or a Zino Pad?
Photographer: A. H. Poole
Collection: Poole Photographic Collection
Date: Wednesday, 1 October 1924
NLI Ref: POOLEWP 3218
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Owner: National Library of Ireland on The Commons
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