Photograph of the exterior view of Roberts Public Market showing the delicatessen and produce sections, ca.1940. At top, a marquee-style sign reads, "Roberts Public Markets" with a "Free Parking" sign to the left and vertical sign reading "Liquor" to the right. The market can be seen through a large opening that appears to be at least thirty feet in length below. To the left of the opening is a glass showcase with a meat slicer above and a sign that reads "Delicatessen". To the right are at least eight produce stands with an assortment of fruits and vegetables stacked in rows and piles. Light-colored signs located near many of the produce read "7 for 10 cents, 4 for 10 cents, 10 for 19 cents". A man is riding a bicycle at right. A sign at the base of a pole in the left foreground reads, "First Prize $10,000.00 [...]".