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From pump jockey to wrench

Not long ago, we were treated to a rare photo of Chris Paulsen in a prior life pumping gas. Here is another photo of Chris, having been promoted to a hands-on mechanic. The car that seems to have him flummoxed is a 1905 Packard model N touring, with Wisconsin plate c. 1912-13. I am pretty…

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George W. Schott

George W. Schott as seen above in his 60 hp Stearns, must have been a successful man. He owned one of the best cars you could purchase at the time. Schott also owned the Terminal Hotel in Philadelphia, behind himself and also note the fancy electric sign on the wall. He could look at his…

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Signs Of Past Times

The Sign above, from Wartrace, Tennesse, 1959. Below left, Charlottesville, Virginia, a sign that was supposed to read “Food Of All Foods,” 1958. Second from left, the UK, 1958. Third from left , Detroit, 1948. Far right, Anderson, Indiana, 1959

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