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Pacific Auto Laundry Hollywood California

This Pacific Auto Laundry branch location one was of three modern car washes constructed by silent screen actor and director William Beaudine and his cousins Albert and William Russell. A.A. Redford, the patent holder of the conveyor belt system used at the facility, was the managing partner of the new enterprise that opened in 1931…

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Staying Cool During a Heat Wave

As the sweltering weather drags on in here in New England, folks are resorting to familiar methods to try to beat the heat. Some spend as much time as possible near a refreshing body of water; their backyard pools or one of our lovely lakes and rivers. Others jump from one air conditioned space to another….

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Scrub-A-Dub-Model T In A Tub.

In the late 1920s the Neway Auto Wash Bowl was built in Chicago in 1924 by The Newway Auto Cleaning & Service Corp. The car was first run around in the pool of water to flush mud and dirt off of the undercarriage. It was then driven up into a stall and the car was washed in…

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