Shorpy September 30, 2016

Washington, D.C, circa 1920. "Police coffee." Backed by the Salvation Army's powerful message of hope and/or thrift. 8x10 glass negative.

Washington, D.C, circa 1920. “Police coffee.” Backed by the Salvation Army’s powerful message of hope and/or thrift. 8×10 glass negative.

 

June 7, 1944. "Maser Music showroom, Mission and Washburn streets, San Francisco." On display on D-Day Plus One, a selection of Wurlitzer jukeboxes and two Mills Panoram "Soundies" machines, a sort of early video jukebox that played 16mm film loops of musical acts for a dime. 8x10 inch acetate negative, late of the Wyland Stanley and Marilyn Blaisdell collections.

June 7, 1944. “Maser Music showroom, Mission and Washburn streets, San Francisco.” On display on D-Day Plus One, a selection of Wurlitzer jukeboxes and two Mills Panoram “Soundies” machines, a sort of early video jukebox that played 16mm film loops of musical acts for a dime. 8×10 inch acetate negative, late of the Wyland Stanley and Marilyn Blaisdell collections.

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