My grandparents bought and remodeled the building at 114 Fullerton Street (at Center Avenue) in 1923. In the 1940’s, Fairman’s distributed wallpaper books and made catalogs for other paperhangers and for hardware and department stores in small towns. Outside, under the large Murphy paint can, there was an ornate door that lead upstairs to rented rooms for the Witts and Zeidenschneiders, who became their life-long friends. The family quarters were on the second floor. My parents lived there after they got married, and my brother and I were born there.
Fine Art, Giclee Print on Canvas, 16 x 16 in.
Each painting is custom made as orders are received. They arrive ready to hang.
The original painting of this print, has been sold. Original media: Acrylic on Canvas, original size 24″ x 24″.
alan reznik –
Fairman Wallpaper and Paint store on Fullerton St at end of Center Ave. was a neat place. I like how the artist captured its elegance (as compared to the other Hill stores)