Dixie-Hot Fried Chicken on 14th Street

Sadly, this place no longer exists. And, the building it was in, is long gone. But, back in the day you could go to 2213 14th St. NW for some delicious fried chicken.

The ad was placed on May 20th, 1939 in the Baltimore Afro-American.

Dixie Chicken Shop advertisement (May 20th, 1939)
Dixie Chicken Shop advertisement (May 20th, 1939)

This sounds pretty damn good.

 

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