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Auburn Poster featuring the painting Auburn Sani-Freeze - The Flush by Mark Tisdale


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8.00" x 6.50"


10.00" x 8.50"


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Auburn Sani-Freeze - The Flush Poster

Mark Tisdale

by Mark Tisdale


Product Details

Auburn Sani-Freeze - The Flush poster by Mark Tisdale.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

One of Auburn's lost landmarks was the Sani-Freeze on East Glenn Avenue. The humble little building was originally a sandwich shop called the Doll... more

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Auburn Sani-Freeze - The Flush Painting by Mark Tisdale


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Auburn Sani-freeze - The Flush Metal Print

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Auburn Sani-freeze - The Flush Acrylic Print

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Auburn Sani-freeze - The Flush Wood Print

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Artist's Description

One of Auburn's lost landmarks was the Sani-Freeze on East Glenn Avenue. The humble little building was originally a sandwich shop called the Doll House which opened in the late 1930's. The building was later rented and re-opened as a dairy bar called Barber's Sani-Freeze in 1952. Apparently because of Sani-Flush toilet cleaner advertisements, the Sani-Freeze was inevitably nicknamed The Flush. Despite the name, it was a local hangout and popular landmark on a par with Toomer's Corner.

The Flush was forced to close its doors in 1993 to make way for a bank that owned the property and wished to build a new branch there. There were initially plans to move the building but it was discovered to be structurally unsound and demolished. While the Sani-Freeze reopened in a shopping center, the charm was lost and it closed entirely a few years later.

I lived in Auburn just a few years too late to experience the original "Flush" and I admit I don't remember the shopping center...

About Mark Tisdale

Mark Tisdale

Life is full of happy surprises. After just over a decade working in the 9 to 5 cube world, I threw caution to the wind to follow my dreams of being a full time visual artist. That was five years ago! Is it easy? No, but something truly worthwhile is rarely simple. My body of work is wide ranging from photographic scenes of far away places, more near and dear locations, and more fanciful artwork. It's all crafted with a heartfelt love for finding the beauty in little captured moments. My artwork also hangs on walls near and far from private homes to businesses who have chosen to decorate with my art. Whether you've purchased one piece or a house full or you simply admire and share with your friends, your patronage of my art is...



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