Here is a jackpot for Don Watson. Taken in Fulton NY in the 20's
The cars look like pre-'19s, with cowl lamps, non-demountable rims and no spare tires. Prohibition would soon close down the Happy Hour, or turn it into a speakeasy.
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Just had a second look after I blew it up a bit, I think there is a 4th one way-down the Street
Notice they're all parked by the "Happy Hour" sign?
I don't know, maybe it was the 1930s. Stealing a tailight bulb to trade for food sounds like a depression era act.
Wow! Three 1917 Town cars! Great picture Dan!!!!!!
Could that be a taxi company?
The Happy Hour was a theater in Fulton, NY. It was later renamed the Avon. Next Time we drive through Fulton, I will check to see if the buildings are still there. My thoughts are the Town Cars were Taxis.
Could be refilling the font for the night trade.
Gosh Dan, you spoiled it for me. I was thinking they were all in the Happy Hour having a brew!