The Bread Box and Beverage Barn is still on Islington Street in Portsmouth, but now it is more like a sub shop or cafe. Back in 1980 when I drew this pen and ink view from the parking lot the interior was jammed with cases of beer, and you had to kind of squeeze your way around. I just loved the graphic assault of all those signs. I sold the original to Bruce and Carol Marshall, the owners at the time. Duff’s Dump was the cafe across the street. I only went in there once, when I was tending for mason Steven Lee and he bought lunch. Yeah, it was pretty much a dump.