MIAMI LANDMARK: Eleanor Pesce opened Paul’s Drugs (seen here in 1957) on Northwest Seventh Avenue in Miami. By the 1960s, with the addition of a Western Union, post office, beauty salon and soda fountain, Paul’s Drugs became a favorite neighborhood draw until its sale in the mid-’80s.
MIAMI LANDMARK: Eleanor Pesce opened Paul’s Drugs (seen here in 1957) on Northwest Seventh Avenue in Miami. By the 1960s, with the addition of a Western Union, post office, beauty salon and soda fountain, Paul’s Drugs became a favorite neighborhood draw until its sale in the mid-’80s. Miami
MIAMI LANDMARK: Eleanor Pesce opened Paul’s Drugs (seen here in 1957) on Northwest Seventh Avenue in Miami. By the 1960s, with the addition of a Western Union, post office, beauty salon and soda fountain, Paul’s Drugs became a favorite neighborhood draw until its sale in the mid-’80s. Miami

Developer Eleanor Pesce, founder of Paul’s Drugs, dies at 88

September 17, 2015 12:02 PM

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