Although the mural here is fictional, it recalls an earlier time when soda fountains were staples in almost every American small town. The name, "Roszell's," was the name of a Pontiac, Illinois dairy which operated there around the turn of the 20th century. This mural was designed by Pontiac's own Joe Diaz.
I was intrigued by the realism seen in this mural where the "storefront" shows nice depth despite being on a flat wall.
Photo captured in an alley in downtown Pontiac, Illinois on August 4, 2019.
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