An image taken by press photographer Bernard Mann, showing us the scene on Wacker Drive in Chicago during a heat wave on June 19, 1953. The line of cars on the left are stalled by over heating and vapor lock. The Old Motor photo.
A very clear press photo of a the scene filled with cars, trucks and in the center, a street car equipped with a crane possibly used for maintenance. It was taken on Randolph street and the cross street is Halstead, in the city of Chicago in the early fifties. The Old Motor photo.
An unknown downtown in the mid to late thirties, can anyone ID the city or town?
A press photo by photographer Ralph Arvidson, dated September, 21 1955, showing West Town Square, at Division, Ashland and Milwaukee. It was part of a Chicago neighbor-hood series in the Chicago Sun-Times. Note the Chevrolet Turbo-Fire billboard with a clock on it. Photo The Old Motor.