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22 NORTH MAIN STREET 2003

22 N. Main Street,
Phillipsburg, New Jersey

This Picture was taken July 26, 2003. With the windows painted white and the window over the right hand door uncovered, the building looks brighter. The repair page will be online soon.

This historic location was discovered November 24, 2001.
The FOR SALE sign in the front window received attention.

On February 6, 2002, this building was purchased by: Daniel Z. Seyler. In March 2002, National Lambast, Inc. started to operate out of this location. Thanks for keeping in touch.

Photographs of artwork on the southern side of this gray building indicate there was once an advertisement here. The implication is this building was the tallest building on this street. The faded word is unmistakable, "CUBANOLA". A search on the internet of the word "CUBANOLA" indicates this advertisement may have been for a RAGTIME SONG called,
"The Cubanola Glide"
by Harry Von Tilzer, CIRCA 1909

CLICK HERE TO VISIT: Sakae Watanabe's Ragtime MIDI Files
http://ragtime.topcities.com/watanabe/

FILES ARE ALPHABETICAL by Composer,
CLICK AND TURN IT UP !

Thanks to Colin D. Macdonald @ RAGTIMEMUSIC.COM
who helped with the investigation of this antique advertisement.

LYRICS AND SHEET MUSIC for this piece and many others may be found
@ DUKE UNIVERSITY - http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/sheetmusic/

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A visit to the property on January 7, 2002 discovered the faded word,"CIGAR" painted under the word "CUBANOLA". Continued research discovered, maybe it's just a another common hundred year old advertisement for CUBANOLA-CIGARS. Another search on the internet found the CUBAN cigar industry was nationalized in 1958. When the CIGAR industry was nationalized, the word CUBANOLA became a nonword.

OTHER CUBANOLAS
CLICK HERE FOR A BALTIMORE SUN ARTICLE
ABOUT OTHER CUBANOLA ART

PUBLISHED JANUARY 27, 2003.

Remodeling at the Cubanola
Downtown South Boston, Virginia

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PICTURE OF TIN COPIED FROM TIAS.COM

There might be an artifact for CUBANOLA CIGARS @
http://pages.tias.com/140/InventoryPage/4701/1.html .
Scroll down to ITEM 50628.
( THE ART BELOW IS ENHANCED )

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CLICK HERE: http://www.ftc.gov/opa/1999/9907/cigarrep.htm
TO READ GOVERNMENT STATEMENT ABOUT
ELECTRONIC ADVERTISEMENT OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS.

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