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  1. swi66
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  2. Vintageride
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    Russian Built Zis automobiles. Very cool photo.

    Thank you for showing.

    Peter

     
  3. Harms Way
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    I know you see Motorcycles,..... But look closer California 1946

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  4. 296ardun
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    Intersection of Fair Oaks and Colorado, Pasadena, CA 1929
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    Taxis in front of Tanner Livery, 1936

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    Arroyo Terrace, Pasadena, 1915. The wall in the picture is still there today.

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    Moon roadster, 1924, Pasadena

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    Gilmore Gasoline and Miller Tire store, Pasadena, 1926
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    Southeast corner, Los Robles and Colorado, Pasadena, 1924. Before traffic signals, there was the traffic cop in the middle of the intersection on a box.

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    Foothill looking towards Lake, Pasadena, 1927

    All these photos from the Huntington Library collection
     
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    Thats about the time we used to go watch the "La Brea hill climbs" in the hills above Crenshaw blvd. (L.A.)
    Some were even brave enough to run a full dressed Harley or Indian up the climb, only to stall out or fall off, resulting in the bike chasing the rider back down the hill!!
     
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    from Hays, Ks

    ^^^^^^^^^^
    Hollister?
     
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  8. Harms Way
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    From the same collection,....
     

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    ^^ Great pics turning up lately.

    Mart.
     
  10. BobC45
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    I was wondering if anybody could identify the car in this picture.

    Man is my great uncle. According to a brief diary note, this picture was taken during a trip by my great aunt and uncle to Yellowstone National Park.

    They late owned a Dort touring car, but I do not think this is a Dort (wooden spoke rims).

    Thanks.
     

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  11. That is an early Dodge Brothers touring car about 1917, I think.
     
  12. JD Miller
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    Summit wolf creek pass colo elevation 10,500ft


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  13. BobC45
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    ??? Not sure where you get your info???

    Wikipedia states 10,857 ft for Wolf Creek Pass. My old Rand McNalley shows 10,850 ft...

    Not that I would expect my great aunt to be accurate in the early 1920's...
     
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  15. JD Miller
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    Looks like they gonna mess it up bad
     
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    Looks just like Victoria's Secret, built just last year. You guys are really pushing the buttons.
     
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