One of Atlanta’s Last Stores On Wheels Navigates A World Of Change

Via The New York Times

Via The New York Times

Mr. Palmer’s truck is among the last of a small and dying tradition in this section of black Atlanta, just west and northwest of downtown. In the 1970s and ’80s, there were rolling stores all over neighborhoods like English Avenue and Vine City, stocked with all of the fixings for a real supper, recalled Greg Morgan, the owner of a brick-and-mortar convenience store in a notoriously rough area called the Bluff.

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