My father had a small photography business for a while in the late 40s/early 50s in Eldorado. I found a photo among some of his other photos from that time period of an intersection I am trying to identify. My first thought would be Eldorado, but it could be Harrisburg. No street signs appear in the photo. The prominent feature is a Texaco station, situated diagonally on the corner lot. Across the street is Stricklin Studio (currently communicating with relatives of this family also), a building with the name PUTNAM on the front, an R&K Food Market, and on the same side of the street as the Texaco, a Hausser's Ready-to-Wear. Anyone remember an intersection like this?