Stickers are in English and Spanish, as though this were some kind of barrio payphone.

Payphone with English/Spanish stickers partially obscures a sign in blackletter type: Sand Ba

It almost is, as it’s right there on St. Clair West, home to U.S.-style Latinos and to Filipinos.

And there you were thinking I was interested in the blackletter signage.

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