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Posted By: David Holcombe
Posted On: Tuesday June 23, 2020 at 2:59 PM
 
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Picture #2 of the Studebaker et al. dealership is Roy L. Sparks, as shown. He is listed as
Roy L. Sparks, Inc., \ 460 E Street \ San Bernadino, CA / 1934 (26122018) among others in a Studebaker dealer listing on the web. Could this be the San Bernadino noted at the top of the picture?

Picture #1 is Emmett, Idaho, taken in June 1939, according to my sources.

Picture #3 is just too much! I found Anderson Chevrolet dealers in Logansport, IN; Ossian/Ft. Wane, IN; Lake Elsinore, CA; Yulee, FL; Chicago, IL; Merrillville and Anderson, IN. And I think there are others!

Enough research! I like these old pictures.

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PIC: A trip back in the time machine, enjoy, mostly street scenes, by Dick Johnson #48845
So there really is a place called Cripple Creek....The Band weren't lying! Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #48845.1
Picture #2 of the Studebaker et al. dealership is Roy L. Sparks, as shown. He is listed as by David Holcombe #48845.2
Awesome! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #48845.3
Can't help wondering how most of those cars got unparked in the 1942 San Pedro pic. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #48845.4
Back when bumpers were designed for bumping and not cosmetics. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #48845.4.1
Perhaps the policeman standing there on the walk is trying to figure out the same thing, Frank? (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #48845.4.2




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