A woman walks east on the 1200 block of Main Street, Green Bay, in 1934. During the 1930s, Main Street was the less fashionable offshoot of the downtown business district. While Washington Street had popular businesses like Kaap's Candy, Brice Jewelers, and numerous lawyer and physician offices, Main Street had less prestigious establishments that catered to the more basic needs of the neighborhood. In this photograph, Joseph Feldhausen's Soft Drinks is next door to Van Veghel Brothers Hardware. Johnson Fish Company is across the street, along with Francois Hardware Company, the Farmers Exchange Bank, and numerous taverns, now selling "soft drinks" during prohibition.