1907. “Unveiling tablet commemorating first settlement of Massachusetts Bay Colony. Stage Fort Park, Gloucester.” 8×10 glass negative.
San Francisco, 1928. “Auburn Phaeton Sedan.” Note the unusual center-hinged doors. 5×7 inch glass negative by Christopher Helin.
San Francisco, 1939. “William Corcoran showroom, Post Street.
“And on this latest model, they’ve removed the headphone jack.”
San Francisco, 1939. “William Corcoran showroom, Post Street.” Distributor of Wurlitzer Simplex jukeboxes as well as the Buckley Music System “Music Box,” the mobile version being presented here for appraisal. 8×10 acetate negative, late of the Wyland Stanley and Marilyn Blaisdell collections.
August 1942. “And so he says to me — Sailor mechanics at the naval air base in Corpus Christi, Texas, laugh heartily over a good story between servicing operations on Navy planes.” 4×5 inch nitrate negative by Howard Hollem for the Office of War Information.
“Slot machine stockroom, Maser Music Co., Mission and Washburn sts., San Francisco, 1944.” 8×10 inch Eastman acetate negative, photographer unknown. Late of the Wyland Stanley and Marilyn Blaisdell collections.
December 1960. “Interior, barber shop. Republic Building, 209 South State Street, Chicago. Architects, Holabird & Roche. Completed 1905; demolished 1961.” Photo by Richard Nickel the Historic American Buildings Survey.