This is a wonderful photograph showing a feed store in Lincoln, Nebraska. It was taken in 1942. It just seems like shopping was so much more civil back in the 1940's. Little shops like these were owned by individuals who operated them with pride. When you bought something, you were buying from the person who owned the store. When I was growing up in the 60's I can remember Mom and Pop grocery stores similar to the one pictured above. I think America really lost something when we lost these small corner shops.