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Creech & Creed Serrus Real Estate Services, 718 Santee Avenue: 2019   1 comment

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Creech & Creed were in the old Five Points Bookshop storefront on Santee Avenue. You can see their branding in this shot at a somewhat out-of-date area directory. Their Yelp page, suggests they may have moved in here around 2014 (the bookstore closed in 2012). Google Streetview shows the sign gone by August of 2019, however, the inside picture above (which is really too blurry to tell too much) looks like it may have been more like some sort of antique shop moving out when I took the pictures back in March of 2020, so there may have been another store in here at one point.

Written by ted on June 26th, 2020

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  1. In the early 1970s this was the entrance to Technicraft, a media supplier to schools in the area. Technicraft was a division of Jackson Camera and sold overhead projectors, microphones and miscellaneous teaching aids. An interesting item they manufactured was a dissolve control unit that would connect between two Kodak slide projectors (with carousels) and fade the images in and out automatically while advancing the slides for presentations. These were assembled in the basement of the main Jackson Camera store on Main Street. Technicraft had 3 or 4 salesmen located around the state.

    Next door to the right was the office of the Star Reporter, today's Columbia Star. Across the street on Santee was Maudy's Bosom and Kenny's Auto Supply.

    Joe Shlabotnik

    26 Jun 20 at 6:18 am

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