Who are these people?
Here's a hint, they are from Somers.
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The image has been provided by the Somers Historical Society.
Last week's question was "Where Was This Photo Taken?" and there were several guesses. It is Homer's Store on the corner of Main and Maple streets in Somersville.
According to Images of America: Somers, from the Somers Historical Society:
"Homer's Store stood on the corner of Main and Maple Streets in Somersville. In this 1913 picture, two delivery wagons are shown. Employee Frank Connell drives the one in the rear, accompanied by his son bucky. In the basement of this building was an ice-cream manufactory, which used ice that was cut from the millpond and stored in an icehouse on the property. George Homer came to Somersville with the Keeneys and rented 63 Maple Street as a residence. George's wife was sister to the wives of Lafayette and George Keeney. George bought the large corner lot from Dorothy Spencer and built the store in 1901."