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Vintage Cars
Gordon Wilkison
Silent
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1960s
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B/W
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English
  • Map
  • Highlights
    Sign for Goodyear Service Center at 907 E. 41st St. This business is still in operation in 2009 at the same address.
    Outbuildings on the grounds of the Commodore Perry Mansion are visible in background.
    G. C. Murphy was a 5-and-10 cent store. By the middle 1970s this location had been taken over by Beall's department store.
    The white-on-black license plates using a two-letter, four-number system indicate this is an even-numbered year no later than 1964; Texas changed to using the "English" system of license plate numbering in 1965.
    Note runabout with unusual right-hand drive.
    Wyatt's Cafeteria sign visible in the background; the cafeteria was centrally located on the south side of the mall.
    Early Ford Model T
    Cranking car; the man who "winds" the crank shows his unfamiliarity with the safe method of crank-starting a car.
    Outbuildings on the grounds of the Commodore Perry Mansion are visible in background.