The new underground facility, called suite 17 N, is 95 feet under the surface of the earth. Access is by way of an elevator or, more directly, by means of a tunnel entrance off Thirty-first street. Aero specializes in the manufacture and installation of draperies for homes and commercial establishments. It also handles some slip covers and bedspreads.
The new underground facility, called suite 17 N, is 95 feet under the surface of the earth. Access is by way of an elevator or, more directly, by means of a tunnel entrance off Thirty-first street. Aero specializes in the manufacture and installation of draperies for homes and commercial establishments. It also handles some slip covers and bedspreads. File photo
The new underground facility, called suite 17 N, is 95 feet under the surface of the earth. Access is by way of an elevator or, more directly, by means of a tunnel entrance off Thirty-first street. Aero specializes in the manufacture and installation of draperies for homes and commercial establishments. It also handles some slip covers and bedspreads. File photo
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Time Capsule: Underground business is a sewing concern

August 04, 2016 08:00 AM

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