: This photograph shows eleven people standing in front of a large sign reading "Daniels One Price Clothier." The men and women, possibly employees of the store, appear to have switched hats to pose for the photograph. Additional text on the sign reads "Post no bills" and "Gonder the dauber. Nuf ced." "Nuf ced" was slang for "enough said," popularized as the catchphrase of Michael "Nuf Ced" McGreevy, the notorious owner of the city of Boston's first sports bar. "Gonder the dauber" could refer to the painter of the sign, as the term "dauber" means a crude or unskilled painter.
Photograph by Harry Evan Kinley (1882-1969), a native of Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Kinley was active in local events and organizations, and spent his professional career as a clerk at his father's store, and later as a traveling salesman for the Marion Paper & Supply Company (1934-1962). Kinley was also an avid lifelong photographer, and the bulk of the Harry Kinley Collection is comprised of glass plate negatives documenting the Kinley family, the city of Upper Sandusky and Wyandot County and surrounding areas.
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: AV30_B01F03_06 Subjects
: Business--Ohio; Advertisements; Group portraits; Clothing and dress Places
: Upper Sandusky (Ohio); Wyandot County (Ohio);