A new exhibit honoring the once ubiquitous shoeshine stand was unveiled Thursday at Union Station. An original shiner, Sonny Gibson (right), described the job to Union Station board chairman Bob Regnier (left) and Henry Lyons.
A new exhibit honoring the once ubiquitous shoeshine stand was unveiled Thursday at Union Station. An original shiner, Sonny Gibson (right), described the job to Union Station board chairman Bob Regnier (left) and Henry Lyons. Roy Inman Special to The Star
A new exhibit honoring the once ubiquitous shoeshine stand was unveiled Thursday at Union Station. An original shiner, Sonny Gibson (right), described the job to Union Station board chairman Bob Regnier (left) and Henry Lyons. Roy Inman Special to The Star

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