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Just Rollin’ Along on Firestones

That’s exactly what Jules Verne Allen was doing when he posed for his portrait at this Firestone Service Station in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his faithful terrier, Jerry sometime in the early 1930s.  Throughout his career, Allen made the claim that he was the original singing cowboy performing long before stars like Gene Autry and Roy Rogers became well…

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The Kaiser-Frazer Go Round

In the post WWII era, the pent up demand for new automobiles encouraged newcomers to the industry to dive in with both feet. Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser was one whose wartime production experience made him especially well suited to take on the challenge. He had revolutionized the building of cargo ships during the war by…

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